Blog Tour / Review: The Bright Spot by Jill Shalvis

Posted January 15, 2024 by Charlotte in Reviews / 0 Comments

Book Review The Bright Spot by Jill Shalvis

I received this book for free from Netgalley, Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Blog Tour / Review: The Bright Spot by Jill ShalvisThe Bright Spot by Jill Shalvis
Series: Sunrise Cove #5
Published by Headline Eternal on January 16, 2024
Genres: Fiction, Chick-lit, Contemporary, Romance
Pages: 339
Format: E-Arc, Paperback
Source: Netgalley, Publisher
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The perfect family can be the one that you choose . . .
Luna Wright is many things, but sweet and trusting aren't on the list. However, she is a sucker for an underdog story. Adopted at birth, she's created her own makeshift family to help her run the struggling but charming Apple Ridge Farm.
With a farm-to-table café and a menagerie of rescued animals - complete with a mischievous baby goat - it's the best home she's ever known. But when the farm's grumpy owner Silas passes away, Luna discovers that it's now under the control of his investment manager, the enigmatic and secretive Jameson Hayes and . . . her.
With her idyllic corner of the world under threat, Luna - along with a little help from her friends - must dig deep to find true strength and learn the real meaning of family.

To be honest, I am a little bit shocked that The Bright Spot is the fifth book of The Sunshine Cove. I love this series, and knew that I was in for a treat. While I am probably repeating myself as always if you haven’t read the previous books you can still dive into this series as all the characters are new. Just pick it up and dive right in.

This time we get to follow Luna and Jameson and the community that is Apple Ridge Farm, both come with their fair share of baggage and the story covers how they deal with this. There is also Willow (Luna’s BBF) who adds a great third party perspective to the story. I loved her and do honestly wish that she had her own story. Maybe next time. Also I cannot talk about the animals n the farm.The are all rescued and unwanted and super cute. If I could I would have adopted them all.

The Chemistry between Luna and Jameson is undeniable as as the book progresses, their connection deepens. I was rooting for them from the start but I do wish they had got more together sooner as I wanted their happily ever after! But alls well that ends well. There were a couple of moments that I felt was a little silly (like finances will not be fine if you bury your head in the sand but as this book it will all work out situation), but they didn’t really affect my enjoyment of the book.

The Bright Spot was a joy to read full of banter, hilarious one moments and one liners that made me laugh out load. This is a book version of a Hallmark movie, and one I would love too see. I cannot wait to read the next book of this series!

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