Here comes the bride… but how long can she hide?
When Kitty Clayton flees her wedding with no money, no bank card and no phone, her life seems worryingly futureless. All she knows is, she’d rather sleep on the streets than go back home to cheating Ethan.
After picking her up hitch-hiking, widowed children’s author Jack Duffy takes Kitty under his wing, looking out for her until she gets back on her feet. And it’s not long before the two grow close…
But with Jack struggling to recover from the guilt he feels over his wife’s death and Kitty refusing to face up to the problems she’s running away from at home, will the two ever manage to share a happily ever after?
~I received a copy via netgalley - all opinions are my own~
I give it - 4/5
My review - This book was so fun and things happened that I didn't expect. The surprises kept coming and I really enjoyed the characters. It kept me gripped with wanting to know what was going to happen. It was full of laughs, heartache and puppies!
In this book we follow Kitty. She is on the run in her wedding dress. After seeing something at her wedding she can't go back and she can't forgive. She runs into Jack. He lives in a van with his dog and is always on the move whilst writing books. They hit it off and Jack takes Kitty in until she gets back on her feet. Even though she doesn't want to go back home to a controlling mother and a fiance who did her wrong. As the months pass Jack and Kitty start to feel something. Kitty has never felt this way before and wondered if she ever cared for her jilted fiance. With a controlling mother about to stop them and an angry fiance, will Kitty say what drove her away that day? Will Jack open his heart up to the idea of love again?
It was such a fun story that had it's sad moments with some drama and of course, love. Jack and Kitty are really sweet and have both been through some things. With secrets about to come to light it is about to change their life forever.
A story that keeps the surprising coming. Full of wonderful characters, cute dogs and about finally doing something for yourself. Not being controlled and finally being on your own and doing what you want too do.