Tuesday, February 22, 2022

Meet Me At The Wedding by Georgia Toffolo

Lily loves living in Hawke’s Cove, and planning her best friend’s wedding at the Hawkesbury estate is the icing on the cake. But when the estate’s owner dies, and his son cancels the wedding, Lily must face Henry Hawkesbury – a man she hasn’t seen since that fateful night ten years ago…


Henry wants nothing more than to return to Hawke’s Cove, sell his estranged late father’s estate and leave. He certainly does not want to host a wedding, or face Lily, who gets on with everyone – except him!


But when Henry needs Lily’s help, she will only provide it if the wedding can go ahead. Working together means both must face their pasts, and, in doing so embrace their future. But can two people afraid of love acknowledge what they have always wanted…?



I received a copy of this from the publisher Mills and boon, and Netgalley in return for an honest review. 


I love Georgia’s ‘Meet Me…’ series, and was so excited to get the last one, although also a bit gutted it’s the last one. This one was just as good as the others, and it wraps the story of the four girls up nicely.


The girls are all amazing in their own way, but I’ve been waiting for Lily’s story. And it did not disappoint. Lily sounds like an amazing woman, and Henry started off a bit of an ass, but redeemed himself after not too long.


I love the way the Estate is described, but the surrounding areas too like the waterfront. I pictured it all beautifully in my head, and it feels like the type of place a week away would be lovely. It was so good to see all of the girls and other characters from the other 3 books, all together again, and to hear more about what happened on that fateful prom night.


If you haven’t read these books I suggest you go buy them as they’re such good, romantic, happy books. I hope Georgia writes something else as I have fallen in love with her writing.


Thanks again to Mills and Boon, and Netgalley for my arc. 




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