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A Summer Wedding for The Cornish Midwife by Jo Bartlett – #Contemporary #Romance filled with disasters and joy!

It’s wedding day in Port Agnes! 

The venue is booked, the dress is picked, and Senior Midwife Anna Jones only has to say ‘I Do!’ to the man she loves! Theirs might have been a whirlwind romance, but Brae Penrose is everything Anna dreamed her husband would be and she can’t wait to start a family with him.  

But as the big day approaches, Anna still isn’t pregnant and when disaster strikes, their perfect day looks destined not to happen at all! Is it a sign to slow things down?  

The other midwives won’t hear of Anna and Brae postponing their big day, and soon the whole community of Port Agnes comes together to make sure the Penrose wedding goes off without a hitch! 

And Anna realises, baby or not, she already has her dream family with Brae and her friends by her side. 

Meet The Cornish Midwives of Port Agnes- where community, friendship and love are always delivered. 

An uplifting and escapist read, perfect for fans of Christie Barlow, Jessica Redland and Holly Martin! 

My Review:

Gosh, it feels like if it could go wrong it will go wrong for Anna and Brae in this latest story involving the The Cornish Midwives of Port Agnes! With storms, rescues, fire and the usual midwifery emergencies this is a story filled with disasters but also packed with love and dreams.

It is a heartwarming story where friends and the community work together to help make Anna and Brae’s wedding goes smoothly – despite all the fraught and disastrous events in the run up to their special day. Their fears, hopes and dreams are explored, especially Anna’s concerns about her ability to have a baby. It also shows that sometimes what initially feels a portent of doom can turn out to be a fortuitous change for the better.

It is a great addition to this series, demonstrating the high esteem in which the midwives are held in this lovely community. It was lovely to catch up on Ella and Dan, to discover how things are working out for Jess and probably are for Toni, too. I really hope the next book will share more of their stories – I can’t wait to read them and find out more about the Port Agnes community.

Thank you to Boldwood Books and NetGalley for my copy of this book which I have voluntarily read and honestly reviewed.

Purchase Link – https://amzn.to/3gPXvj1  

Author Bio:

I was born a stone’s throw from the English Channel and I still live near the sea in Kent, with my own family – so close to the South Eastern edge of England that we’re very nearly French – and it’s probably why so many of my books are set near the sea too. I’ve made up stories for as long as I can remember, but never really took it any further. Concentrating on my career and family, writing went on the back burner until a catalyst called cancer gave me a major kick up the proverbial. I decided I was going to write that novel after all. 

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Bookbub profile https://www.bookbub.com/authors/jo-bartlett   

3 comments on “A Summer Wedding for The Cornish Midwife by Jo Bartlett – #Contemporary #Romance filled with disasters and joy!

  1. WendyW
    July 4, 2021

    Sounds like a lovely book, thanks for sharing.

    Like

  2. Pingback: A Winter’s Wish For the Cornish Midwife by Jo Bartlett – Awesome, heartwarming read. | splashesintobooks

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