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REVIEWED BY DEBS CARR
We previously saw Izzy Mistry in I Do, I Do, I Do where she leaves her job and all that she knows in London, including her boyfriend Harrisson, and moves to Majorca to work as a wedding planner. The Final Hitch begins with Izzy at her own wedding, but who is she getting married to?
Having received two proposals in one night, one from Tomas, the beautifully mannered, quiet son of her employer, Celia and the other from her elusive ex-boyfriend Harrisson, Izzy accepts Harrisson’s proposal and immediately gets caught up in the excitement of being able to plan her own wedding.
She buys a rundown house in the mountains where she pictures them both living happily ever after and busily begins organizing the renovations hoping to ensure that their home is ready for them to start their married life in as soon as possible. However, life isn’t that simple and as well as Harrisson having to take jobs back in England and being away more than she would like, Izzy begins to feel that maybe some of the people she’s dealing with aren’t as honest as they could probably be.
Celia becomes unwell and despite her best attempts, Izzy ends up spending time with Tomas and starts to wonder if maybe she’s made the wrong choice. Is she destined to marry Harrisson and is he all that he professes to be? Could she be making a terrible mistake not only with the house, but also marrying the wrong man?
I enjoyed this novel and the descriptions of Majorca, it’s beautiful landscapes and tasty dishes were beautifully written. I would have liked the book to have included more scenes with Tomas, but have to admit that I was happy with the man Izzy did eventually end up marrying.