Lovestruck by Bronwyn Sell
Kiwi author, Bronwyn Sell's new novel is a fabulous romantic comedy about a family who live on a dreamy Whitsundays resort but can’t seem to find love.
The scene is set when the romantically challenged family gather for their first wedding in decades. Forever pigeonholed as friend material, Amy realises that her single Mum and groom-to-be Dad have better loves lives than her.
Ahead of the nuptials, Amy locks eyes with an alluring stranger and the look in his eyes definitely says ‘more than friends’ – but not in the way she hopes. Josh is ecstatic to meet his future stepsister and is stoked that the union of their two Dads instantly creates the family he’s always dreamed of…
Meanwhile, resident nice guy Harry is determined not to fall for jilted bride Sophia, who has locked herself in her pre-booked honeymoon suite in an attempt to get her life together and move on. Add quick witted siblings, a bevy of naval officers and a meddling gran determined to see at least one of her descendants happily married and a perfect storm brews, that will leave no heart unscathed.
Clever dialogue and tricky situations makes Lovestruck a highly entertaining read. New Zealander Bronwyn Sell is an award-winning journalist and author. She also writes romantic thrillers under the pen name Brynn Kelly. Read an extract of Lovestruck, follow Bronwyn online and discover what inspired Bronwyn’s debut romantic comedy.
Reviewer: Andrea Molloy HQ Fiction, RRP $32.99