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Spring Skies Over Bluebell Castle by Sarah   Bennett
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it was amazing

“Take the advice of a woman who knows: when you find love, grasp it in both hand and don’t ever let go.”

Fancy some British literary fiction? How about interesting characters you will truly bond with, a lovely British landscape, and lots of love? Spring Skies over Bluebell Castle is as happy and entertaining a book as its title and pretty cover suggest.

Lucie is a young, professional woman, working in London at her dream job in a prestigious art house. She has overcome a past fraught with major upsets. But, on the day she achieves a major accomplishment at work, everything is ruined.

Meanwhile, at a partially ruined castle, Arthur and his brother Tristan and sister Igraine, triplets, are facing their own problems. Their father has passed away and now Arthur as the eldest is the new Baronet. But his “kingdom” mainly consists of beautiful bluebells that bloom every spring, a bunch of odd Camelot pieces, and lots of bills. Fortunately, he has a good heart and a loving family, which also includes his Uncle Lancelot and Great-Aunt Morgana. (Yes, you are right in noticing that the family has a Camelot/King Arthur “thing”.)

When Arthur advertises for a curator to come to the castle and inventory the contents, Lucie takes the position and hopes it will be her lifeline. Will it be more than that? Will the spring skies also awaken love?

This book will make you smile. If I were at the castle, I would be vying for Arthur’s attention, too! He is a fine fellow. I may still have a chance to win him, as there are two more books planned in this series. Good news- so start reading this book and enjoy your visit to Bluebell Castle.

Thanks to the author, NetGalley, the publisher and Rachel’s Random Resources for a review copy. This is my honest review.

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March 23, 2019 – Shelved

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