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Summary

Cal and Demi are preparing to launch their beloved Kilhallon Resort in Cornwall as a wedding venue. With the clifftop setting and coastal views, it's the perfect place for a magical ceremony.

But their first clients are no ordinary couple. The bride and groom are internationally famous celebrities Lily Craig and Ben Trevone. As secrets surface and truths are told, can Demi and Cal ensure that Kilhallon's first wedding is a success? One thing's for sure: this will be a Cornish celebration to remember....

©2017 Phillipa Ashley (P)2017 HarperCollins Publishers

Critic reviews

"Warm and funny and feel-good. The best sort of holiday read." (Katie Fforde)
"Filled with warm and likeable characters. Great fun!" (Jill Mansell)
"An utterly glorious, escapist read from a one of the freshest voices to emerge in women's fiction today. I loved every gorgeous page." (Claudia Carroll)

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What a fab book all 3 have been great and i could not put down, ii have loved getting to know Cal, Demi and family & friends, i hope there is more to come .... please

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Ok to pass a couple of hours

The book was ok, I have audio books and I must say,whoever narrated this was awful. The most boring voice, a good narrator brings characters to life, this one certainly did not!!!

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Not great!!

Didnt enjoy the naration cal & Demi's voices were the same and a bit dull, so had to concentrate on who was supposed to be talking.Think it would have been better with a different narrator.
Overall a good story and i did finnish it.

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I like the basic outline of the story, but a bit drawn out and the reader has a monotone voice. This is the last book I will listen to with her reading, she has a monotone voice. But I am also tired of the arch enemy Morgan. She hates cal but is dull. Sad this could have been a lovely story with a more upbeat voice. One other thing I find odd. demi is Cornish but her surname is jones. Her Cornish need is emphasized but no comment on why her Cornish father is a jones

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Better than expected

Having read the previous book I wasn’t sure that this one would live up to what I expected but sure enough it surpassed it and left me happily wanting more , it enhanced my love of Cornwall as well .

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love the whole Cornish Cafe series.

This book was great and really wrapped up the series beautifully. I'd love to know what happens to a couple of the characters who leave before the book ends.