Review: The Honeymoon Cottage


From New York Times bestseller Lori Foster, an all-new romantic family saga for fans of Jill Shalvis, Lori Wilde, and Sarah Morgan. In The Honeymoon Cottage, locals of a quirky small town help an on-the-shelf wedding planner find her own happily-ever-after.

Wedding planner Yardley Belanger has resigned herself to spinsterhood while organizing other people’s happy endings. An all-new heartwarming story of second chances at life and love, with summer weddings, a lakeside cottage for honeymooners, best friends and a rescued dog. Set in the quirky small town of Cemetery, Indiana, population 827.

Rating: 5-stars


This novel was heartfelt, engaging, and emotionally charged. I loved a romance that sweeps me off my feet and deep into the fictional world before me. In this story, I meet a talented wedding planner who is amazing with the small business in her Cemetey town. A town that does not own a cemetery! I think that is hilarious and intriguing. Here, she meets a client who has a sister getting married. It is instant chemistry from the start. Both deny it due to the work engagement for the bride-to-be.

Three sets of couples find their way through communicating, loving, and sharing with each other. Each couple helps the other couple find answers to their struggles. It is a great feel-good heartwarming romance that I did not want to end. I love the humor and spice from each couple. It only adds to the plot. The banters were fun, hilarious, and swoon worthy. I want to live in The Honeymoon Cottage.

Lori Foster is one of my go-to romance authors. Her books always bring the depth, warmth, and sincerity that most romance novels do not have. It is sensual without being overly done. It is both hot and sweet. Overall, The Honeymoon Cottage is the perfect summer read!

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