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  • Writer's pictureLilac Mills

A Garden in Cornwall (A Wedding in Cornwall Book 12) by Laura Briggs


With their lives exactly what they've always dreamed, Matt and Julianne await the arrival of the third member of their family — but their happiness is threatened when their landlady Mathilda announces her intention to sell their beloved Rosemoor Cottage for an impossible value. Devastated, Julianne struggles to accept the cold reality of her and Matt making their home elsewhere.

Matt's life has taken a new turn as he finally puts aside his academic work to pursue his gardening hobby as a career: his first new job as a landscape designer involves neglected Penwill Hall's 'lost' garden — one with a truly romantic Cornish past. But the task of restoring its legendary beauty from nearly seventy years ago proves difficult among the ruins lost in weeds and wilderness.

With notions of secret gardens and wartime stories echoing in her thoughts, Julianne is determined to help Matt and the estate’s new owner after the discovery of a hidden mural in the hall itself, depicting a breathtaking garden that may well be the lost one. Her efforts to uncover the past lead her to a curmudgeonly local gardener who just may hold the knowledge that would restore the 'lost garden' to its former glory. Will Julianne's quest help her find a way to deal with losing the home she loves?

Hellos and farewells abound as Dinah returns to lend a helping hand at Cliffs House and Julianne relives her favourite memories of her and Matt's beloved cottage in Book Twelve — the final instalment in the bestselling series A WEDDING IN CORNWALL.

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Very sweet, very gentle, lovely slow pace. Descriptions are gorgeous. The whole story was like sitting in an English garden on a sunny, bee-droning afternoon, with a pot of tea and a cream scone, and watching the flowers bob their heads in a soft breeze.

Charming and delightful as it may be, but this is not your usual chicklit in that the boy meets girl bit has already happened, though there is plenty of love in the book. To me, it explores the Happy Ever After part of romance. And no, there's no real need to read the other books in the series to appreciate this one (it does actually work as a stand-alone), but I suggest you do start at the beginning because that's always the very best place to start, isn't it.

About the Author

Laura Briggs is the author of several lighthearted romance novels and novellas, including the bestselling Amazon UK series A Wedding in Cornwall. She has a fondness for vintage-style dresses (especially ones with polka dots), and reads everything from Jane Austen to modern day mysteries. When she's not writing, she enjoys spending time with family, caring for her pets, going to movies and plays, and trying new restaurants.

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