#BlogTour! #Review – Part Three of Wildflower Park: Oopsy Daisy by Bella Osborne (@osborne_bella) @AvonbooksUK

Today is one of those days on TWG as I take part in six blog tours! First up is a review of the third part in Bella Osborne’s ‘Wildflower Park’ series, ‘Oopsy Daisy’. Huge thanks to Avon Books for the blog tour invite and ARC. Here is my review:

Life’s not always a walk in the park…

When Anna is dumped by her fiancé, she moves in to her own place on the edge of the gorgeous Wildflower Park and pledges to stay off men and focus on her career, but a handsome new colleague seems to thwart her attempts at every turn. And when she receives an accidental text from a mystery man, could it be the new start she needs? Or someone she really shouldn’t be falling for?

Anna’s neighbour Sophie is a stressed-out mum-of-two with a third on the way. Her husband is a constant frustration, and their children are a regular source of newly-invented swear words and unidentifiable sticky surfaces.

Luckily, Anna and Sophie have each other – and Wildflower Park proves to be a sanctuary as they map out a path to find the happiness they both deserve…

What does TWG think?

Oh I am LOVING this series so far! I can’t believe that we have reached part three already, with only one installment left before the entire book is published as one!

So, Sophie is still struggling with her man child of a husband, and Anna is debating whether she wants to date a guy who is merely….nice, or a guy who shares her enthusiasm when the cat uses his new cat flap for the first time. Couple goals, clearly, even though they aren’t a couple but between you and me, I totally think Anna and cat flap man should be together. I’m not saying the names for a reason here, purely because I don’t wish to influence readers with their opinion on the guys in Anna’s life…unless you read the book in context!

Once again Bella’s relaxed writing vibe and humour had me snorting with laughter! Without giving too much away here…again, I will admit that when Anna went to visit her friend, Bert, I could feel a lump forming in my throat due to the kindness she showed him. I could just picture what he looked like sitting there and, whilst it also broke my heart, it warmed it as well and left me with a rather big (albeit emotional) smile on my face.

As for Sophie, she is a brilliant (if a teeny bit whingy) character who does not give a fluff. Her outlook on life is a bit jaded at times but her humour is out of this world.

I cannot wait to find out how the book concludes, but I’m a little bit sad that Anna and Sophie’s story will come to an end. I throughly enjoyed ‘Oopsy Daisy’, and I wholeheartedly think that you will too (just make sure you read the parts in order). Loved it!

Buy now!

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