Wildflower Park Part Three (Oopsy Daisy) by Bella Osborne @osborne_bella @AvonBooksUK


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Originally published: 5th April 2019

Author: Bella Osborne

Published by: Avon Books

Genre: Chick Lit

Reading dates: 21-22 March 2019

This novella is part 3 of a 4 part series set around Anna as she comes to terms with splitting up with her fiancée just a year before her wedding. She moves to a new flat on the edge of a pretty and peaceful communal garden known as Wildflower Park, to be near her best friend Sophie.

At the end of Part 2 Sophie has moved in with Anna, having left useless husband Dave.  Anna is a little alarmed by this turn of events and speaks to Dave to try and encourage him to change his ways.  Dave invites Sophie round for dinner – the house is clean and tidy and they come up with a plan for him to do his fair share around the house and with the kids. Sophie moves back home and is much happier, preparing for the birth of child number 3.

Meanwhile, Anna is still seeing Connor (the mystery texter) although there doesn’t really seem to be a spark there.  Hudson is still on the scene too and hatches a plan for them to go to New York together – Anna has always wanted to go and when a job opportunity comes up he thinks she will be perfect for it.  Only trouble is, Anna has a phobia of heights and is scared of flying so is in two minds whether she should go for it.

This continues to be a warm and lovely series, perfect for fans of chick lit.  I’m pretty sure I have guessed what will happen in Part 4 but I am looking forward to it all the same!

Thank you to Avon Books and Netgalley for providing me with a copy to review for the blog tour.

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The rest of the Wildflower Park instalments are:

A paperback collection of all four novellas will be published on 27th June 2019.

About the author:

 

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Bella Osborne

In 2014 Bella secured a two book contract with Harper Impulse, part of the HarperCollins Group, and her first novel ‘It Started at Sunset Cottage’ was published in 2015. It went on to be shortlisted for the Joan Hessayon New Writers’ Award and the RNA Contemporary Novel of the Year 2016.

​Her second book ‘A Family Holiday’ was published in 2016 and was shortlisted for RNA Contemporary Novel of the Year 2017.

In 2016 she moved to Avon to write bestsellers Escape to Willow Cottage and Coming Home to Ottercombe Bay. Her books are released in four digital instalments ahead of the whole story being published a few months later.

Bella lives in the Midlands with her husband and daughter.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/osborne_bella
Website: https://www.bellaosborne.com/

 

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