#Book Review The Cornish Key To Happiness #bookseries

Reaching the end of a book series can be a strange moment. You have invested a lot of time getting to know the author’s characters during the series and you have endured their emotional highs and lows. You are excited for the end but you know you are going to miss these characters so it’s a bitter sweet time.

I view the final book in a good series as being similar to a memorable farewell party. This last book in Laura Brigg’s Cornish series had all the ingredients for a good memorable farewell party; a tense buildup to the event (the last book), a good selection of guests, a few shocks, some surprises, a bit of gossip, a good helping of romance and an exciting conclusion.

Yes I will miss these books and I want to thank Laura Briggs for whisking us all away for her delightful Cornish series.

Here’s the blurb:


Past secrets return to complicate Maisie’s future with the charming Sidney Daniels in the final installment of the Cornish romance series.

Picking up where book seven left off, Maisie’s plans to celebrate her book’s thrilling news remain on hold after Sidney has vanished from Port Hewer overnight, following a brush with his secret past. His departure leaves Maisie with a head full of questions and a heart torn in two, made even worse by the rumors flying about him through the town. Where and why has he gone? Will he ever come back again?

And—foremost in Maisie’s mind—was the heartache from his younger days somehow to blame for his sudden and mysterious flight?

But when Dean convinces her that Sidney may be facing a choice that could ruin his life, Maisie must set out to find him, once again leaving behind the Cornish seaside haven of Port Hewer she’s come to think of as home, and leaving behind the answer to a secret she’s been longing to know since the beginning. Not knowing when or if she’ll return, she’s taking the biggest risk with her heart so far…and the truth she discovers waiting for her at the end of her journey will make her wonder if things can ever possibly be the same as they were before.

Questions are answered, secrets are spilled, and the biggest reveal of the series is finally unveiled as A LITTLE HOTEL IN CORNWALL reaches its exciting conclusion.

Here’s my review

I loved the way Laura Briggs had a few shocks up her author sleeve with this final book. She wasn’t going to let her readers have an easy ride. As my nickname is Lucy Loose Lips I am going to steer away from telling you about the shocks. Let’s just say they had the gasp factor!

I really enjoyed the focus on Sidney in this book and I am glad Laura Briggs allowed us to get to know him a bit more. I was secretly hoping for this while I waited for this book to come out so I am pleased Laura Briggs picked up on my telepathic I want to know Sidney more signals.

I felt this book took things to a deeper level. We got to understand Maisie and Sidney more with a few surprises along the way!

A good final instalment in this enjoyable series. Well done Laura Briggs – a successful six book series is an impressive achievement!


Purchase Link https://smarturl.it/cornishroad

Author Bio –

Laura Briggs is the author of several feel-good romance reads, including the Top 100 Amazon UK seller ‘A Wedding in Cornwall’. She has a fondness for vintage style dresses (especially ones with polka dots), and reads everything from Jane Austen to modern day mysteries. When she’s not writing, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, caring for her pets, gardening, and seeing the occasional movie or play.
Social Media Links –
Author Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1JjeMoI
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Still waiting for the Sleepless in Seattle film sequel. Romcom Author. Book Blogger. Mum of teens. Owned by a golden Labrador.

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