Wishes Under a Starlit Sky by Lucy Knott

Ebook published 6th November 2019

Wishes Under a Starlit Sky by Lucy Knott

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Blurb from Goodreads:

When life doesn’t go to plan, you can write yourself a new story… 

From the outside, Harper Hayes looks like she is winning at life.

She has an amazing job as a script writer, a wonderful house, an awesome best friend and an incredible husband. Yes, life seems to be pretty, dare she say it? Perfect?

But life is about to throw more than one spanner in the works of Harper’s picture perfect existence and at the busiest time of the year too.

As Christmas approaches, Harper will have some soul searching to do to decide if there really is such thing as the happily-ever-after she writes about.

My thoughts:


Having enjoyed Lucy’s previous books, I was looking forward to reading this new book, especially with such a pretty cover picture.

The book starts with a happy Harper quickly becoming a very sad and heartbroken Harper – not great for someone who works for a romantic film company.

However as we discover during the book, there are lots of friends (old and new) and parents to help Harper discover a new and better life.

This isn’t a traditional romance book but a book looking at how Harper turns a painful time in her life, into a series of new beginnings – new friends, new home and new work challenges.

This is different to Lucy’s previous books but I loved it – it is a ‘modern’ look at how a young woman can deal with heartache and move forward. It is also a great advert for Colorado and I feel that all the readers will be searching for holidays in log cabins there.

Definitely a book to curl up with during the winter with a mug of hot chocolate and a cosy blanket, maybe under a starlit sky if you can find one.

Thanks NetGalley, HQDigital and Lucy Knott for my digital review copy in exchange for my honest review – a 5 star read for me.



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By Karen K is reading

An avid reader from the age of 4. Love escaping into a good novel after a busy day working with students. Mum. Adopter of dogs.

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