Where There's a Will by Beth Corby

ebook, 336 pages
Expected publication: May 30th 2019 by Hodder & Stoughton
About the Book:
Would you take the chance that could change everything? After leaving university at the age of twenty-five with no idea what to do with her life, Hannah is stunned when she is left a mystery bequest by her rich, estranged great-uncle Donald. But there's a catch: before she can find out what she's inherited, she must undertake a series of unknown tasks alongside Alec, Donald's reluctant (but rather gorgeous) PA. As the tasks progress and she and Alec grow closer, Hannah begins to think that Donald's real gift might have more to do with love than money .

This funny, romantic and entertaining novel is a debut from Beth Corby. I was very impressed with her witty writing and flowing style. Absolutely loved this book. I loved the characters. And I loved that this was not as predictable as it easily could have been. In fact, I was pleasantly surprised on more than one instance throughout the story where super-cliche things I thought would happen totally didn't...perfect.

I breezed through this book. It was very fun, I really liked the dialogue and the storyline was great, it had it all, comedy, love, drama and a little bit of mystery to sprinkle in and give it that completeness. I definitely recommend this book to rom-com fans who like their characters flawed and quirky, and their heroes utterly adorable.

Overall, Where There's a Will was an entertaining, easy and cute read. There were some sweet, emotional, and funny moments. This was a book about finding yourself, growing as a person and falling in love along the way. I enjoyed this book a lot and look forward to more in from Beth Corby in the future.

Thank you NetGalley, Hodder & Stoughton and Beth Corby for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an impartial review; all opinions are my own.

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