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Fairytale Beginnings by Holly Martin

Title: Fairytale Beginnings Fairytale Beginnings

Author:Holly Martin

Publisher: Bookouture

Published: July 10th, 2015

Rating: 4/5

Superb, funny, heartbreaking, heartwarming and totally amazing sums this book up IMHO. I really enjoyed it! It has great characters, a brilliant plot and lots of humorous moments making it a terrific book to escape into!

Milly Rose is obsessed with all things Disney but is also a highly qualified architecture historian working for a company that helps owners restore buildings of historic significance. She’s gone to the mysterious village of Clovers Rest (which doesn’t seem to appear on any proper map or website) to investigate the local Clover Castle – which looks like Cinderella’s castle!  She’s already spoken to the owner Cameron Heartstone, and arranged to stay in the Castle for a week whilst she carries out her investigations. They work together to see what they can discover about the Castle but find their mutual attraction difficult to ignore. They have both been seriously hurt in the past and really don’t want to succumb now, but love has a way of making them react with their hearts rather than their heads! Can they trust each other enough to make their own Disney style happy ever after?

With wonderfully weird villagers, ghosts haunting the Castle, treasure to be revealed, a double dealing, wicked conspirator as well as everything else that is going on, this is a fast paced, hilarious roller coaster romance that I have no hesitation in highly recommending – I’ll certainly be looking for other books by this author in future!

Thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley too, for letting me read an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

This book is available from a variety of sources including

amazon.co.uk           amazon.com          barnes and noble

P.S. Favourite quote from this book: “Life is short and precious and we never know what is around the corner. So you live for now, seize every moment that comes your way and if you’re going to look back on your life with regret, it’s easier to regret the things that you did do, rather than the things you didn’t.”

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