Firstly my apologies for the delay in posting this blog it was ready to go but I loved the book so much I wanted to read it again
Let's backtrack a little bit first
If you haven't read any of Paige's book before head off to Amazon now and start with either Lucy in the Sky I promise you there will be no let down. I couldn't put this book down when I first read it. As with all of Paige's stories they are so easy to escape into and imagine yourself in the book.
I have always loved the character crossovers in the books I find myself looking for them now in every story to try and get the connection to the other books.
The Last Piece of my Heart was a complete joy to read from the start.
I'd tried because I'd been looking forward to this book for so long not to read too much of Paige's new edition of The Hidden Paige this time so not too much was given away. After the book reading I knew even though I had no doubt that this was going to be a lovely story to read.
Being a blogger myself it was great to read the blogger references in this story, Bridget who is a blogger is currently putting together a series about retrieving the missing pieces of her heart lost in previous relationships. Her story takes her to revisit past relationships in the bid to get them back.
She is also given the task of taking on the role of a ghost writer during the book to finish an authors book who has passed away suddenly.
This story takes Bridget away from the hustle of her life down to Cornwall for the summer and introduces Charlie in to her life where everything starts to change.
What I loved about this story is being able to escape into the places that were mentioned in the book. It's very easy to picture yourself into any of Paige's books and this one was no exception. I've only visited Cornwall a couple of times in my life and after reading this really want to go again.
I hate coming to the end of any of Paige's books but was dying to know what the outcome was
For more head off to your local book shop or download this story on to your kindle for a great summer read
Not that I would give this anything less than 5 stars but it's completely worth a read
Have a great weekend