The Perfect Fit (Love in the Dales #2) by Mary Jayne Baker

Kindle Edition, 338 pages
Published September 20th 2018 by Mirror Books
About the Book:
After years living in London, costume shop owner Becky Finn is trying to build a new life for herself and fiancé Cole in her old home of Egglethwaite, a sleepy village in the Yorkshire Dales. Keen to raise funds for the struggling village hall she loved as a child, Becky soon finds herself at the head of a colourful group intent on resurrecting Egglethwaite s Christmas pantomime. But, as she quickly discovers, there s more to panto than innuendo and slapped thighs. As opening night grows closer, Becky starts to wonder if her embattled panto will ever make it to the stage and, with handsome co-star Marcus on the scene, if she s picked the right man for her after all.

The Perfect Fit is the second installment of the Love in the Dales series. I have not read the first one but it isn't necessary, The Perfect Fit is wonderful as a stand alone. Every single chapter made me smile at least once, if not chuckle or down right giggle out loud. This is a sweet and funny romantic comedy. It is about a town putting on a pantomime and the book itself becomes a pantomime of its own.

The Perfect Fit is a romantic comedy in the truest sense. It's a heartwarming story and such a fantastic read, I absolutely adored this book. Just like Cinderella it is enchanting, gripping and just an overall lovely novel. All of the characters were lovely to read about and I so enjoyed getting to know them all. The location of this novel was just beautiful and I yearned to be there. I have every intention of reading the first book, A Bicycle Made for Two. That should tell you how much I enjoyed this romp!

Thank you NetGalley, Mirror Books and Mary Jayne Baker for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an impartial review; all opinions are my own.

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