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The Broken Hearts Honeymoon

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A really lovely read. The main character is lovely and it was a real joy spending time with her. I loved seeing Japan through her eyes. I loved the messages the book had about knowing yourself and taking the time to find out more about yourself and what you want out of life.
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Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for an early review copy. 

Charlotte’s plan included the perfect country wedding, followed by a month-long honeymoon in Japan. Well that was the plan. 

Then, her fiancé starts having second thoughts and wants a break before the wedding, shocked, angry and all other emotions, she knows there's no choice but to call off the wedding.

Charlotte, whose always had her fiancé by her side and never been alone or single, isn’t sure she knows how to be, but she is going to try, 

The first step being taking that trip of a lifetime – alone. But then she begins to wonder if she’s done the right thing. 

Is she going to find herself and what she wants to do with her life  in the hills of Mount Fuji, or in the karaoke bars of Tokyo? 

Will she be ready to let someone else into her life by the time the cherry blossom flowers?

An enjoyable read, loved the description of places in Japan and other places.
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Thanks Netgalley and the Publisher.   I loved this book and was just what I needed as a pick me up and make me feel happy.  Would recommend to others in these difficult times.
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Read it in a night, loved it.I loads about Japan. In some ways it was a travel guide and others a story about finding your self. Charlotte was a great main character. I loved her clossness to her sibblings. The ending was perfect Matthew was so silly. Brilliant book
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A really lovely, feel good story, which had great characters, a lovely escapism read, lovely scenic countryside and a book that I enjoyed reading.
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Thank you to NetGalley for gifting me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. 

3 weeks before her wedding Charlie discoverers that her and her fiancé Matt are not on the same page about their future together so she cancels the wedding and jets off on their honeymoon to Japan on her own. 
From there on the book is more like a Japanese tourist guide as we follow Charlie around. There is the odd sprinkling of a flashback to when she was with Matt and a group chat with her family but the one thing this book taught me is all about Japan! The problem with that is that Japan has never been a place I have wanted to visit so this was a bit annoying for me. Although the author describes the most beautiful places and I could almost smell the blossom the book was more about Charlie’s romance with Japan than a human and I’m not sure that is for me.
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