Title: Confetti and Confusion
Author: Daisy James
Published: July 9th, 2018
Genre: Women’s Fiction, Romance
My Rating: 5 out of 5
Stepping in for a celebrity chef, Millie Harper is feeling the pressure to make the first ever Paradise Cookery School classes a dazzling success and ensure that bride-to-be Imogen and friends have an unforgettable experience.
Meanwhile, Millie is trying to play it cool around handsome estate manager Zach Barker. But whenever he is near Millie cannot fail to notice the chemistry between them – until someone from Zach’s past arrives and any potential romance seems out of the question.
When disaster strikes and the wedding is in jeopardy, Millie realises she may have to go above and beyond to make sure the school is a success. Can Millie manage to create a day that dreams are made of, and will she find a way to tell Zach how she feels?
Allow yourself to be transported to the balmy St Lucian sunshine by his uplifting summer read – perfect for fans of Jenny Oliver and Sarah Morgan
We are introduced to the main character of Millie straight away in the story. Mille is a Michelin star chef herself, but has taken on the running of the Paradise Cookery School in St Lucia to help out her friend, and celebrity chef Claudia Croft, but Millie is quite happy to have an escape from the heartbreak that she has left behind at home, after her relationship with Luke ended.
Millie is super nervous about running the Chocolate and Confetti course, and her first clients are bride-to-be Imogen, and her family and friends. A run of huge bad luck hits the bridal party, and very unexpectedly, Millie finds herself coming to the rescue several times over!
With twists and turns, unexpected events and one very special man, Millie’s time at the Paradise Cookery School is full of fun, laughter, St Lucia sunshine and . . .
I’m not going to ruin it for you – you will just have to read Confetti and Confusion to find out what happens with Millie!
I completely fell in love with Confetti and Confusion – it is the perfect feel-good book and perfect for reading this summer lazing on the beach or by the pool – enjoy!
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