Tuscan Dreams at the Cornish Confetti Agency: A gorgeously uplifting romantic comedy
by Daisy James
The Cornish Confetti Agency is heading to Tuscany!
When Lexie Harrington is asked to choreograph a last-minute wedding for celebrity chef Nico Moretti and his fiancée Isla Sanderson, she can’t wait to get started, especially as the event of the year is set to take place at the spectacular Villa Fiore in the glorious, sun-soaked countryside just outside Florence. With its powder-pink façade, green-painted shutters and battalion of life-sized marble statues, it’s the perfect location for the intimate wedding the bride and groom want, away from the prying eyes of the paparazzi.
With handsome wedding columnist-turned-TV scriptwriter, Theo Barker, by her side, and quirky waistcoat-loving Jasper Curtis in the role of usher, Lexie’s confident that this time she’ll be able to deliver the glamourous, sophisticated, and most of all, hassle-free wedding the happy couple deserve; no pirate patches on family portraits, no confetti-filled hairdryers, and definitely no anchovies crammed into the air vents of the best man’s beloved Porsche.
But this is The Cornish Confetti Agency, and the words ‘straightforward’ and ‘stress-free’ do not feature in the promotional brochure. So when the Lexie discovers the Michelangelo-esque marble statues modelling a new line in paper thongs, and the groom’s swimwear has been substituted for something a little more risqué, she must once again turn amateur detective and unravel the mystery before the wedding becomes a Florentine fiasco.
A perfect Tuscan wedding?
Is there such a thing for The Cornish Confetti Agency?
A sun-filled, uplifting story perfect for the summer holidays, and the fifth book in the Cornish Confetti series, that can also be read as a standalone.
Praise for The Cornish Confetti Agency:
‘I love the way Daisy combines the romance and the drama with a large dose of humour and the feel-good element. Brilliant – five stars!’ says Ginger Book Geek.
‘Funny, romantic, unexpected, and poignant; this book has it all.’ Five stars, says Penny.
‘Daisy James does it again. Wonderful characters, food so beautifully described you could almost taste it (how did everyone fit into their wedding regalia!!), and fabulous Christmas settings so wonderfully depicted.’ Five stars, says Bookworm.
‘Daisy blends comedy, pathos, emotion, and suspense into a fabulous Christmas read I absolutely loved. Like your favourite Christmas rom-com, Christmas at the Cornish Confetti Agency will cheer you up and make you laugh out loud, and keep you gleefully turning the pages late into the night.’ Five stars, says Julie.
‘Once again, Daisy has created likeable, relatable, fun characters. Her descriptive writing is evocative and atmospheric, allowing the reader to really pick up on the Christmas vibe within the book.’ Five stars, says Karen Evans.