Monday 15 April 2019

Wedding Bells At Villa Limoncella || Daisy James || Blog Tour

When Isabella Jenkins is unceremoniously fired from her fancy London job, she escapes to Tuscany. A few weeks hiding amongst rolling hills and grape vines at Villa Limoncello sounds exactly like the distraction she needs. But Italy holds emotional memories for Izzy and with a hapless handyman, a matchmaking village matriarch and a gorgeous – if infuriating – local chef named Luca Castelotti, her quiet Italian get away turns into an unending cacophony of chaos. Suddenly Izzie finds herself on a mission to pull off the wedding of the century and maybe get her life in order in the process. If only Luca’s gorgeous smile wasn’t such a powerful distraction…


Ever get the feeling sometimes you need a fictional journey in your life to get you away, visit somewhere knew and feel a sense of renewal? Thats how i was feeling yesterday and with this tour due today i was so excited to put all housework aside and have a Sunday on the sofa visiting Tuscany

Isabella has been plodding along in her job, not happy but not exactly in a bad situation, its not what she should be doing but it pays the bills and gets her through each day. When she finds herself fired from the job, her solution? find another job.

Fate has other ideas, when her bestfriends brother really desperatly needs help staging a wedding in Tuscany, she somehow agrees to it, despite the place holding all the wrong kind of memories for her.

Wedding Bells at Villa Limoncello is a wonderfully written, sweet read about love, loss and self care. The characters are so likeable, my heart was hurting for Izzy, i just wanted her to feel right again. She is so hardworking and dedicated that she deserves her chance in life. Throw in some fresh ground coffee, croissants and all the delicious sounding Italian food with some swoon worth men and you've got a read that is begging to be read by a pool somewhere hot. 

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Author Bio:

Daisy James is a Yorkshire girl transplanted to the north east of England. She loves writing stories with strong heroines and swift-flowing plotlines. When not scribbling away in her summerhouse, she spends her time sifting flour and sprinkling sugar and edible glitter. She loves gossiping with friends over a glass of something pink and fizzy or indulging in a spot of afternoon tea – china plates and teacups are a must.
Twitter: @daisyjamesbooks

this book was gifted for an honest review on the blog tour

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