Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Start by marking “Summer Seaside Wedding” as Want to Read:
Summer Seaside Wedding (The Bluebell Cove Stories #4)
Dr. Amelie Benoir arrives in Bluebell Cove on what should have been her wedding day. She plans to spend the summer working in this idyllic coastal village and healing her bruised heart—not falling for the impossibly handsome and out-of-her-league Dr. Leo Fenchurch! But if Bluebell Cove can work its magic, who knows what might happen?
Published March 2011 by Harlequin
(first published January 1st 2011)
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
(showing 1-28 of 28)
I'm giving this a 2 star because though i thought the plot is great to begin with, the writing isn't. The author wasn't able to capture my emotions. When Amelie was happy i couldn't feel it, neither could i when she was supposedly distraughted. I just wasn't able to connect to both Amelie & Leo and that frustrates me. This is the only book I've read out of the series and i dont think I'll be picking up any of the rest.
I'm going with 3 1/2 stars on this one. I really liked the plot and the characters. This was definitely more of a chick-flick kinda book bit I still liked it anyway. It had plenty of emotions, a little steaminess but in a more conservative way that you don't see as often, a little angst, some yo-yo-ing, and a good and sappy-happy ending. But it leaves you with a little smile. Enjoy
Aug 12, 2016 Megan rated it it was ok · review of another edition
Felt this book was abit wah wah. Didn't fall in love with either of them. I like the characters don't get me wrong but I don't love them. Nor did I feel the love or even chemistry between them. Just felt a bit bored to be honest.
I can only hope for English readers that some of the wtf'ery in this book was due to a bad translation to Danish. It was horrible. It was all over the place season wise. The main characters we're like a couple of teenagers. Jumping from one person to another often leaving the reader in doubt which person we were supposed to follow.
I was born in a Lancashire cotton mill town where, for the lack of countryside, my playing fields were the slag heaps of a local colliery. As was the way for lots of families in the mill towns of those days, money was scarce, but in mine there was no shortage of love and laughter. Once every year, the Sunday School of the Methodist Chuch that my family belonged to would take all us children on a p ...more
Other Books in the Series
The Bluebell Cove Stories (4 books)