I love the fuck outta you Kitten, 5 stars
I honestly thought I was in for another tears and snot fest but what I got was a beautiful read that tells of destiny, the past and the present, there's laughter, hot moments and good old cockney charm.
Years into their marriage both Georgia and Cam still very much happily married and after finally facing the courage to go through Macas box Georgia starts to go through the letters she never opened.
Throughout the plot your taken back every now and again as Georgia plucks up the courage and one by one she opens them including Cam. The love Maca had for Georgia tugs on the heart strings and there are lots of beautiful words and reminiscing.
Told in dual pov's focusing on the present day with the life of Cam and Georgia, their kids and extended family I laughed out loud so many times it brought a brilliant balance to the whole book and that's the awesomeness of lesley Jones.
Cam: I'll have a coffee and some toast and then go wake my wife up with coffee and my extra special cream and a kiss from my dick.
What you get in this read is a heartwarming story of fate, a love so deep with Georgia and Cam it turns you to mush and a romance movies are mode of.
Loved reading Cams thoughts, what he went through in the past and his declaration of his love for his wife and family now and his humour, a swoon worthy guy and such a bbf
Favourite lines: " I might be from Essex mate, but I've got some class. I do not drink my white wine warm"
When the family gathers together its like the next generation forming, loved all the family banter and there sure is enough of the kids to have a series of their own.
Another brilliant read from lesley and I am really looking forward to book two.