Bunny Finds a Friend by Hazel Yeats

Bunny Finds a Friend

byHazel Yeats

Kobo ebook | January 20, 2016

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It’s close to Christmas in Amsterdam, and Cara Jong isn’t having the best of days. Her girlfriend has left her, and her new job isn’t nearly as glamorous as she hoped it would be. A run-in with Jude Donovan, who’s playing Santa Claus in a department store, does little to lift her spirits, even though there’s clearly an appealing woman hidden beneath Santa’s beard.

When Cara finds out that Jude is actually a well-known author of children’s books, she’s intrigued and decides to attend Jude’s reading. A bizarre misunderstanding breaks the ice between them, and they share a heated kiss that same night.

As the weeks go by, they begin to fall in love and hope to leave past experiences behind. But Cara doesn’t trust her luck in love and soon breaks things off, leaving Jude baffled and broken-hearted.

Can Cara’s meddling sisters and a hilarious road trip convince Cara to go after her happily-ever-after with the writer?

Title:Bunny Finds a FriendFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 20, 2016Publisher:Ylva PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3955335011

ISBN - 13:9783955335014

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Hidden gem of a love story his book is truly laugh out loud funny and also moving. The publisher’s synopsis above gives you a fair idea of the ridiculous shenanigans that take place in parts of the book. When Cara hangs out with her sisters in various eateries around Amsterdam, her sisters weigh in on every aspect of her life regardless of whether or not she asks for input and they don’t hold back. They meddle and judge but they also have her back; their bond is as much a love story as the relationship that blossoms between Jude and Cara after a series of crazy circumstances. This book was tremendous fun to read and even when the tone shifts from hilarity to more sombre, it’s still a rich and wonderful read. Although the story begins around Christmas, it is not holiday themed so can be read any time of the year. If you like stories that make you laugh and where characters don’t always have it all together in their lives, where there are several great relationships between female characters (platonic and otherwise), then this one is worth considering. The book cover gives no indication of the hidden gem inside its pages. I hope Hazel Yeats writes more books in the future; I’ll be keen to read them if and when she does.
Date published: 2018-03-17