Meet Bridget, a successful travel journalist with ambitions to turn her quirky relationship blog into a novel. But, after numerous rejections from publishers, she accepts an alternative proposition: Nicole Dupre died leaving behind a bestselling novel and an incomplete sequel, and the family need someone to finish it. Bridget is just thankful to have her foot in the publishing door. But as she gets to know Nicole's grieving family, and the woman behind the writing, Bridget's priorities begin to change ...
~I was sent a copy from the publishers - all opinions are my own~
I give it - 4/5
My review - I just loved this book so much. I picked it up the other night, only wanting to read a little and before I knew it, I had read the whole thing and fallen in love with the characters. I am a big fan of Paige and I've read a few of her YA books but this one is at the top for me and I really need to get all her other books.
In this book we follow Bridget. She is a blogger who is currently working on a piece about exes and how they hold a piece of your heart when you break up.
Nicole Dupre is a bestselling author. But, sadly passed away not to long after her book came out. Everyone wanted a sequel to the first book and after reading Bridget's blog, her agents believe she has the same kind of voice to write the sequel.
Bridget accepts the job and finds herself in Cornwall. She goes to Nicole's old house each day to look through her notes and to start working on the book. She also meets Nicole's widow, Charlie and their daughter April.
Bridget needs to concentrate on working on the sequel but, she can't help hanging out with Charlie and April....
Can Bridget finish the book and then go back to her blogging? Or will Charlie and his adorable daughter draw her in to their world?
I loved this book. It was about finding out who holds the last piece of your heart. About losing someone super close to you and trying to live your life and possibly moving on. I loved the relationships between Bridget and all the characters in this book. She always held her head up high, even when she got hate online about her blog and about what role she was taking on, especially from a certain side of family, and Charlie and April's relationship was super cute. He was left with a newborn but he tries his hardest and does what ever he can to make his daughter smile.
I also loved their relationship. They both met someone in their time of need - can they help each other and possibly move on?