When the second part of the series fulfills every expectation..
The summer she will never forget…
Time’s running out for Iggy Ludworth to restore the wild gardens of Camland Castle in time for the Summer Fete, so she ropes in hotshot gardener Will Talbot…
But she regrets her decision as soon as he sets foot in the historic grounds – not only is Will arrogant and bossy, he’s totally gorgeous!
And very soon, sparks are flying amongst the bluebells. Yet with summer nearly over, will their summer fling convince Will and Iggy to go the distance?
Perfect for fans of Trisha Ashley, Rachael Lucas and Hilary Boyd.
Book 1: Spring Skies Over Bluebell Castle
Book 2: Sunshine Over Bluebell Castle
Book 3: Starlight Over Bluebell Castle
I loved it! I loved it! I loved it! I loved it! I loved it!
What more can I say?
The first book already made me fall in love with Bluebell Castle and his inhabitants, but now I’m addicted!
When I got the opportunity to be joining the reviewing tour, I just KNEW I had to be in it. And I was over the moon when I received the copy of this book.
A little bit of fear I had, as sometimes the second part in a series is never as good as the first one. But never ever had I the feeling that this book was not as good as the first one.
Iggy is, despite living in a castle, such a normal, down to earth (even literally!) girl, not afraid to dirty her hands.
She is an independant woman, doing whatever it takes to make her plan come together. She doesn’t like to ask help, but she knows when it’s absolutely required.
But she’s also a bit insecure, can she just trust Will, are his feelings real or is he only pretending? And what about her own feelings?
And Will… he’s just this sexy gardener (but not just A gardener, he’s the most perfect one!) who works at Bluebell Castle, making Iggy her plans come into reality and even doing more than that!
As he is nationally famous, initially he ‘escapes’ London and hides in the castle. But after meeting with Iggy, he cannot ignore the attraction.
As already said, this story got me hooked, and I couldn’t put it away.
It was a genuine story, with deeper levels on the emotional parts. But also when Helena, the triplets mother, comes back, you know it that the worse it yet to come.
Despite having a horrible mother, Arthur, Iggy and Tristan are amazing persons, you just wish they were real and you could just go to Bluebell Castle!
I cannot wait to read Tristan his story!!! And now my list of ‘OMG, I have to read all the books this author wrote’ is even longer!