Christmas at Butterfly Cove: A delightfully feel-good festive romance! (Butterfly Cove, Book 3)

Christmas at Butterfly Cove: A delightfully feel-good festive romance! (Butterfly Cove, Book 3)

by Sarah Bennett

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ISBN-13: 9780008228118
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 10/06/2017
Series: Butterfly Cove , #3
Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 113,383
File size: 2 MB

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Christmas at Butterfly Cove: A delightfully feel-good festive romance! (Butterfly Cove, Book 3) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
AliTheDragonSlayer More than 1 year ago
This is the third and final episode set in Butterfly Cove. Sarah has such a natural style of writing that ensures you as a reader are right in the crux of the action so I would recommend reading the previous two books just to get yourself acquainted with the family. There are quite a few characters to get your head around. This time the feature is on Nee as she returns, there are obvious issues with her, she is no longer the confident girl from New York, her confidence is shattered after leaving her new hubby Luke in the middle of the night. Christmas at Butterfly Cove focuses strongly on family bonds, the three sisters, their respective partners and kids all blend together and try to resolve life and create happiness. It’s like being in the middle of a gossip session listening in to all the news. Christmas adds the warmth to the story along with some light-hearted humour to counteract the angst. A brilliant end to the series. I will be sad to say goodbye to the residents of the picturesque Butterfly Cove. Thanks to the author, publisher and Neverland Blog Tours for my copy which I read and reviewed voluntarily.
moohnshine More than 1 year ago
I loved, loved, loved this book!!! It was such a heartfelt story. Full of pain, love, and anger. Everyone is back at Butterfly Cove again. But things are not at a happy place at this time and troubles are on the horizon. Nee is back from New York. She is withdrawn, lost, a shell of the vibrant person she was. Broken. Everyone is on edge with her return as they are unsure how to handle the interaction between Nee and Luke. Luke is still angry at Nee for leaving and some harsh words have been said, but Nee admitted to him that leaving was the worst mistake she ever made. Is this true? Can he forgive? Will she tell him why she left? Will she talk about what happened to her in New York? These characters have us wrapped around their fingers. They have so much love to give and that does not change in this book. The show the true meaning of family and the strength that family gives to one another in a time of need. This story focuses on Nee and Luke. Nee is really lost and broken inside and unable to come out from the vortex of betrayal and hurt that is swallowing her whole. Luke is worried about her and he is not going to give up on her. He is a wonderful man and has a good strong character, so full of love. This story is a bundle of emotions. You have the joy of Christmas with family and friends. You also have the pain and turmoil of someone you love who has lost their way. You have the love of husbands who would sacrifice anything for their wives. You have the healing process of abuse and cruelty like nothing you have ever seen. This series is amazing with all it’s tales of love, hurt, loss and the bond. Sarah has really wrapped up the Butterfly gang in a nice Christmas Bow. She really wrote a wonderful ending to her stories of Butterfly Cove. I will miss my friends at the Butterfly Cove. But is nice to know that they will be ok.
In_My_Humble_OpinionDA More than 1 year ago
Christmas at Butterfly Cove is a heartwarming tale of second chances. Nee Sutherland about broke my heart. Luckily Luke Spenser has the tenacity of a bulldog and the heart of a lion. Speaking of bulldogs I think Tigger (a brindle bulldog puppy) may have been the perfect comedic relief. Each of the Butterfly Cove books alone is enough to get your heart going but I think this is my favorite to date. Pour yourself a glass of wine, grab some tissues and spend Christmas at Butterfly Cove. You will be glad you did.
bouncyberthaCR More than 1 year ago
5 - "It's been so long since we were all happy..." Stars! We return to Butterfly Cove for the final installment in a series, that has put Sarah Bennett firmly on my auto-buy list. It’s no secret that I love a good Christmas book, and getting to spend time with a group of characters that have become to feel like friends over the last year made it all the more sweeter too read. Still told from various points of view, the story mainly focuses on the broken relationship between Nee and Luke, something that as a reader, as well as the rest of the characters, we didn’t even know about until Mia and Dan’s wedding. "There’s nothing left of the woman you knew…" Boy, did this book put me through the emotional wringer, Nee and Luke (as well as pretty much everyone else in the book) are characters that you cannot help but like, if you have read the previous books (and you really, really should) you know that like her sisters her childhood wasn’t what could be considered normal, with an alcoholic mother and an emotionally closed off father the girls had to fend for themselves and be each other’s support network, but being the youngest meant that she was left alone for a number of years as her siblings married and moved on with their lives. Twenty-four was too damn young to feel this old. Art became her way of expressing herself, and it is ultimately what broke the budding relationship between her and Luke. Something which, as the book progresses you are given the reasons for the actions she took. Nee was his wife, and until the moment she stared him in the eye and told him it was over, he would fight with everything he had to reclaim her… Christmas is a time for family and coming together, and pretty much everyone you have come to know and love from the previous books plays a part in helping this couple work through their issues, in an attempt to resurrect their relationship, you know that they both love each other deeply, but with everything that has happened since Nee left for New York, you do wonder if their relationship can survive the fall-out. "Give me until the New Year…" I think Sarah has topped my author discovery of 2017 list with this final book in the Butterfly Cove series. Right from the get-go with Sunrise at Butterfly Cove I was drawn into the world she had created, my love was solidified with Wedding bells at Butterfly Cove in that the characters just felt real, familiar and welcoming, and with Christmas at Butterfly Cove the author has given me a series that I know I will go back and re-read again, and again in the future. I hope this isn’t the last we see of these characters though, I think they are primed for a catch up Christmas novella in 2018, and I can only hope the author/publisher make my wishes come true in that respect. "We’ve come so far in twelve short months." The author moves to Lavender Bay in 2018, and I am eager to find out what stories and characters she has lined up for us to meet next. Family, love, hope, friendship, unity.