Thursday 13 February 2020

Make Or Break At The Lighthouse B&B - Portia Macintosh||Blog Tour

Welcome to beautiful Hope Island, where the sun is shining, the locals are welcoming, and Lola is about to find a second chance at love...

Thirty-one-year-old matchmaker Lola James had it all - until she broke her leg at a wedding and discovered that her so-called 'best friend' was suddenly too busy to call, her flat had far too many steps, and her boyfriend replaced her quicker than you can say 'crutches'.

 And so she's back at her parents' B&B, sleeping in the living room (she can't get upstairs) and having her hair washed by her mum (she can't get in the shower). Freshly single and with a lot of time on her hands, Lola is only too pleased to run into gorgeous Dr Will , an old friend who has definitely improved with age...

And then there's Dean , a divorce who's convinced he's better off alone - no matter how lonely he is.

Can Will help mend Lola's broken heart as well as her leg?

 Can she help Dean find love?

 As a wise man once said, sometimes the one for you is right under your nose, all along..

I am a big fan of Portia and i have read several books within this world as well as others and as always, she does not disappoint. 

Lola James had it all, she had a boyfriend, a well paid job and glamorous friends, however when she breaks her leg at her best friends wedding, their true colours begin to show when no one wants to help her out and she is basically sent packing to her mum and dads b&b to live. 

Even that isnt practical with a broken leg, as its a lighthouse, and Lola is confined to a wheelchair. A wheelchair that seems to be getting under her mums feet. 
A mum who wants to set Lola up (despite her having a boyfriend when she arrives) and plans to get Lola a job who isnt even planning on staying.

Throw in her best friend from school, the hunky village doctor who even seems to be in love with and Dean whos sister is desperate to find him a date and you have the makings of a mixed bunch that are a delight to read all about.

I adored this book, it was lovely.Lola is a real likeable character - because she makes mistakes, she is flawed, she is frustrated and relate-able. Her family are a bunch that i warmed too so much. It was such a light hearted read that had me chuckling at some of the disaster, irritated at some of Lolas so called friends but most of all it had me rooting from them all to get their own endings. I dont just mean happy ones because some of them so did not deserve one. However - i am so looking forward to dipping into more of these books!
*Gifted for blog tour review*

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