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    a five-star read

    The Last Day of Winter by Shari Low a five-star read that will stay with you longer than just one season. I adore Shari Low, her writing always brings a smile to my face, this story nearly broke my face I smiled so much, but as ever its not just all sunshine there is drama and passion as well. I loved One Day in Winter and Another Day in Winter, but The Last day of Winter was just so much stronger, Josie gets her moment of winter and I adore her. This story starts with a Kabloom and just gets better and better, you will laugh so hard you will have tears rolling down your face. Be warned do not plan on doing anything when you start this story as it will not get done, you just won’t be able to put it down. It has taken me days to write this review as I couldn’t get the words to come out and do this amazing story justice.
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    Heartwarming, genuine, and undeniably affecting!

    In this latest and final novel in the Winter Day series, The Last Day of Winter, we once again head back to Glasgow, Scotland where friendship will be savoured, tears will be shed, memories will be created, lives will be celebrated, and love will be forged and shared. The writing is heartfelt and seamless. The characters are sincere, charismatic, eccentric, and lovable. And the plot is the perfect blend of heart, hope, humour, drama, and emotion. The Last Day of Winter is, ultimately, a story about life, love, loss, dreams, heartbreak, friendship, family, and finding happiness and I absolutely adored it. It made me laugh, it made me cry, and in the end it left me smiling and was a wonderful, unforgettable, bittersweet ending to one of my favourite series of all time.
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    Packs a HUGE Emotional Punch!

    This is such a treat! Romance, sorrow, happiness, family and friends all rolled up into one big ball of awesomeness! On her wedding day, Caro wakes up - along with her bridesmaids - with the hangover from hell, and with a busy day ahead she has a team of female friends all intent on preparing her (and themselves) for her early evening wedding to Cammy, the love of her life. At the same time, Cammy's buddy Stacey is heading home from L.A. on a mission to scupper the wedding by confessing to Cammy that she loves him and he's making the biggest mistake of his life if he marries Caro today. 'Aunt' Josie, personal wedding planner extraordinaire, is the woman who has to sort it all out whilst juggling her own personal emergency too . . . I love Shari Low's writing! Set in Glasgow, she uses the city's unique sense of humour so beautifully in this book; I giggled at the name of the women's cleaning company - and that was just the start of many laughs along the way. There is something for everyone in these pages, all so perfectly intertwined as we follow different characters and their own particular stories. With fabulous descriptions along the way, each one is easy to imagine and without a doubt, Josie stands out as the person everyone would want to be able to count on - she's a top mate, and a real personality! With the chapters set in two-hour slots, it's easy to follow the timeline as the day progresses and this is the type of novel that is not just hard, but almost impossible, to put aside. I fell asleep with my kindle in my hand! Overall, this packs an emotional punch and is both one of the happiest books I've read lately and one of the most heart-rending. Shari Low is an immensely talented author who brings a bit of everything into this novel and makes it such a tender read as well as a terrifically funny one! Absolutely awesome and completely unforgettable .. five sparkling stars!

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