Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for the wonderful book Heaven on Earth by Sara Madderson.
First off – Apologies for being a little absent in the blogging world, my house has recently sold and I’m in the process of packing up my home to move. And we are moving really, really soon. Like tomorrow….argh! I’m sure it will all go to plan but I’m looking forward to getting settled and back to some sort of routine.
Heaven on earth was a lovely, cute and fun RomCom of a book that had just the right amount of spice. It was an easy read to get lost in and I have struggled with books lately. My mind has been buzzing with other things so when this lovely little gem of a book landed in my hallway I was grateful. It was the distraction I needed.
TWO GUYS. ONE CHOICE. IT’S OBVIOUS, RIGHT?
Sadie has one job: to court the press and put Sorrel Farm on the map.
She doesn’t suffer fools. She knows what she wants—in work and in love. And she always gets what she wants.
Ned is the farm’s quiet, intellectual Finance Director. And he’s smitten.
He’s got so much to give. If only Sadie could be bothered to look below the surface…
Danny is everything Ned is not: overtly sexy, overtly flirtatious and extremely self-assured. But there’s something off about him…
It’s obvious who the more attractive proposition is. Well, it’s obvious to everyone but Sadie.
Join Sadie’s messy love triangle and reunite with your favourite characters from Food for Thought: Evelyn, Angus, Zoe and more!
GREAT SOUNDING BOOK SYNOPSIS, RIGHT!?!?!
I’ve been a fan of Sara Madderson for a little while now and this book didn’t disappoint, it delivered in writing, characters and story. Heaven on earth was a pacy, racy and easy to get lost in book. I was swept up in the characters romances and disasters and although love triangles aren’t always my thing, I was there for this one. I was invested.
It wasn’t until after I started the book that I realised it was the second in a series and even thou I have the first book I haven’t gotten round to it #TooManyBooks #BookwormProblems. I’m sure there are details and characters I missed out on but I didn’t feel I was missing out on anything substantial – in other words feel free to jump in here if the book takes your fancy.
For the duration of the blog tour Heaven on Earth is for sale on Amazon for 99p and is available on kindle unlimited.
I received a copy of the book for review from the author, which was all arranged by the blog tour organiser – thank you!