I am so happy to be today’s host in Spring at Blueberry Bay blog Tour.
I want to say thank you to Holly Martin for giving me this opportunity.
Welcome to beautiful Hope Island where the sea sparkles, the daffodils are blooming and a blossoming romance is just around the corner…
Bella has always had a sunny outlook and caring nature, despite recently falling on hard times. When she finds a handsome homeless man on her doorstep, her kind heart tells her she must help him. So, she invites Isaac into her cottage and into her life in ways she could never have imagined…
But Isaac is not what he seems. He’s keeping a huge secret from Bella, yet he never expected to fall for this open, generous and charming woman.
Bella can’t ignore the chemistry between her and Isaac, but she’s had her trust badly broken in her past. Will she run when she learns the truth about Isaac, or will he be the one man who can help Bella believe in love again?
A gorgeously romantic and heartwarming story to completely lose yourself in. Perfect for fans of Sarah Morgan, Jane Costello and Miranda Dickinson.
Are you looking for something that will cure your boredom and make you smile?
Here, take one of Holly Martin’s books!
This one is the perfect choice, if you ask me!
Holly’s books tend to contain the same characteristics: The writing style is always querky, esay to read and fun, the places she describes are always so beautiful you can’t help but want to visit them, her characters are likeable, the romance is almost touchable and rooting for the two to get together is unavoidable, and they always put a smile on reader’s face. Every time.
This one was no exception.
Spring at Blueberry Bay was a quick, warm and fluffy read that brought some fun to my lately over-scheduled life.
It follows Bella who is a charity event fundraiser, and Isaac who runs an Umbrella company, the charity company Bella wants to work for.
After acting a role of a homeless guy and introducing himself with a fake name, Isaac falls for Bella and now telling her the true about his identity could mean the lost of her trust.
Bella was hurt before and finding a way to trust someone who lied to her can be pretty challenging.
I really, really, really liked this book. I enjoyed every single page.
I loved the place – Blueberry Bay, I loved the people, I even liked the dogs (I mean, I ALWAYS like the dogs)!
And there is also one more thing I liked above all – how the importance of the family and people we surround ourself with is explored.
I enjoyed reading scenes about Bella’s relationship with her cousins that she looked at as brother and sister, because they were there for her and gave her home when she didn’t have her own family.
If you’re looking for a book full of love, warmth, and affection, Spring at Blueberry Bay is the one you’re looking for.
I highly, highly recommend this one to romance lovers out there.
About the Author:
Holly has been writing for six years. She was shortlisted for the New Talent Award at the Festival of Romance. Her short story won the Sunlounger competition and was published in the Sunlounger anthology. She won the Carina Valentine’s competition at the Festival of Romance 2013 with her novel The Guestbook. She was shortlisted for Best Romantic Read, Best eBook and Innovation in Romantic Fiction at the Festival of Romance 2014. Holly lives in Bedfordshire.