Will there be a HEA in Cornwall? #HopefulHeartsAtTheCornishCove #Review #BlogTour @KimTheBookworm @BoldwoodBooks @rararesources

Today I have the pleasure of sharing my thoughts on Kim Nash’s Hopeful Hearts at the Cornish Cove. The sleuths in you will see that this isn’t crime fiction 🔎 but every now and again, I do dabble on the lighter side and couldn’t resist this book! Before I share my thoughts, here’s a bit about the book and author. Huge thanks to Rachel’s Random Resources & Boldwood Books for the invite. I purchased a copy the moment it went up for pre-order!

About the Book:

A perfect new start in Cornwall…

Meredith’s life is at a standstill. She’s stuck in a dead-end job, approaching fifty, and her dating life is a string of disasters. But one evening, while browsing the internet, she sees an ad for a lighthouse, and in a moment of impulsiveness, she makes a ridiculous bid for it.

With the help of local handyman Clem, she sets about renovating. And as they work together, a bond begins to form. But when Meredith finds out that Clem is keeping a secret from her, it changes everything. Will they find a way to build something more meaningful together?

A delightful story about community, friendship and having the courage to start over, perfect for fans of Carole Matthews, Milly Johnson and Lucy Dillon

About The Author 

Kim Nash is the author of uplifting, funny, heartwarming, romantic, feel-good fiction. She lives in Staffordshire with son Ollie and English Setter rescue dog Roni, is Digital Publicity Director for publisher Bookouture (division of Hachette UK), and is a book blogger at www.kimthebookworm.co.uk. When she’s not working or writing, Kim can be found walking her dog at Cannock Chase, reading, writing and binge-watching box sets on the TV.

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As a bookworm and avid reader of crime fiction, every now and again, I like to escape with a light, heartwarming novel that will whisk me away to a charming and idyllic setting, making me feel like I’m living vicariously through the characters. And let me tell you, Kim Nash’s Hopeful Hearts at the Cornish Cove did not disappoint!

From the very first page, I was captivated by the enchanting setting of Cornwall and the picturesque coastal village of Driftwood Bay.  Readers will find new beginnings, taking risks (leaps of faith!), fractured but also found family, a real sense of community, new and old friendships, and so much more.

The story centers around Meredith, who takes a chance after receiving an inheritance. After one drunk night, she purchases a lighthouse and this starts a new life for the single woman looking for… something!

As Meredith settles into her new life, she finds herself surrounded by an eclectic cast of characters, each with their own unique personalities and quirks. From the feisty and fiercely independent Violet and her beloved dog Gladys, to the hilarious and fun café owner Gemma plus her sister, Lucy, the suspicious locals, Meredith’s unsympathetic mother, and the good-looking handyman, Clem, each character added depth and richness to the story, making it impossible not to become fully immersed in the world of Driftwood Bay.

As Meredith and Clem’s relationship blossoms, they are faced with their own personal challenges and demons, which they must confront and overcome in order to move forward.

Nash’s writing is fun, emotional, full of wisdom and authenticity, making it easy to root for the characters and their journey towards healing and self-discovery.

I absolutely LOVED Hopeful Hearts at the Cornish Cove! It was funny, inspiring, moving at times! I also found it quite thought-provoking. A wonderfully sweet, compulsive read. In fact, I think this really is the author’s best book yet and I can’t wait to read the next one.

Whether you’re a fan of romance novels or simply enjoy a good story with relatable and endearing characters, this book is definitely worth checking out. So grab a cup of your favourite tipple, snuggle up in a comfy chair, and lose yourself in the charming world of Driftwood Bay – you won’t regret it!