Wednesday 8 July 2020

The Love Square by Laura Jane Williams Blog Tour

Books are like magic.

They have a way of transporting you to a different place, allowing you to escape reality for a little while.

Any genre will do it but I think that sometimes you just need a good old romance to lift your mood and that's just what you'll get with Laura Jane William's latest novel The Love Square.


Penny Bridge has always been unlucky in love.
So she can’t believe it when she meets a remarkable new man.
Followed by another.
And then another
And all of them want to date her.
Penny has to choose between three. But are any of them The One?
Love a good romance?

Enjoy laughing out loud when reading?

Then you're in for a treat with The Love Square.

I mean we've all heard of a love triangle but have you ever seen love form a different shape before? I certainly haven't.

But that's just what happens when owner of cafe/restaurant Bridges Penny puts herself back into the dating world.

What starts as an innocent date with charming Italian chef Francesco, ends up with a complicated situation of too many men and not enough Penny to go around.

Will it be Francesco with all his culinary skills, perhaps Thomas with his musical connections  or could it be Priyesh with all his wisdom?

The bestselling author of Our Stop will have you laughing, crying and cheering Penny on in this funny and feel-good exploration of hope, romance and the trust it takes to finally fall in love.

The choice may well be taken out of Penny's hands if she doesn't make her mind up fast enough.

Penny is quite the protagonist. A cancer survivor, with a longing to be a mother. She has frozen embryos ready to go but things just aren't that simple.

Filled with self doubt, this is a woman who is confused about what she she really wants from life but unknowingly her inability to make firm decisions ends up leaving others emotionally hurt in the process .

I really liked how independent Penny tries to be but what is refreshing is the fact that although she can do things by herself, we as the reader get to see that it's also quite nice to have a someone close to share their achievements with.

My favourite character had to be Penny's best friend Sharon. The way she talked, the advice she gave was exactly how I'd imagine myself conversing. Straight to the point with no airs and graces. Hilarious.

This is a story that is endearing from start to finish.

Perfect for fans of Mhairi McFarlane’s If I Never Met You and Beth O’Leary’s The Flatshare.

With a cast of characters that all add a certain depth to the tale and a storyline that will have you reaching for the tissues both from crying through laughter and a shared sadness.

As the love goes from a line, to a triangle and finally expanding into that big old square, there are what I can only describe as a series of unfortunate events that will lead Penny down a path that she never envisaged walking down.

But some risks are worth taking, all you need is a little courage.

The Love Square offers family, friendship and an epilogue that leaves you with a feeling of satisfaction.

And what I am pleased to confirm is that there is indeed a happy ending with all the feels.

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