Review; Postcards at Christmas (Postcards #2) by Imogen Clark

Last year I recieved an ARC of the novel Postcards at Christmas (Postcards #2) by Imogen Clark through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards, but I haven't published my review until now.

Description from Goodreads
In this heartwarming follow-up to the bestselling novel Postcards From a Stranger, will Cara’s family past ruin her Christmas present, or will she let love in?

After discovering her mother’s secret life, Cara doesn’t have much faith in marriage.

So when the love of her life, Simeon, proposes, she struggles to say ‘I do.’ She adores him, but why risk the perfect relationship by signing on a dotted line that could ruin everything? If her parents’ marriage taught her anything, it was that a gold ring doesn’t equal happiness, and she has no desire to follow in their dysfunctional footsteps.

But maybe there’s a bigger picture after all. When a tragic accident brings yet more truths to the surface, Cara is forced to question everything she believes—and fears—about long-term love. And the answers aren’t obvious…

Could Cara rewrite her family’s history and create her own love story?

My Thoughts on the Book
This is one of those sappy and partially heartbreaking books. It was an okay read, I liked the characters and how it highlights living with clinical depression, but I wish the book was a bit longer and had a bit more depth to it.

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