Meet Me At The Cupcake Café
Publish date: 2011
Pages no: 468
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Food And Drink
, Adult Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: At the Cupcake Café (#1)
When Issy Randall is laid off from her job, she takes her severance pay and opens a Cupcake Cafe that will display all the wonderful recipes she’s inherited from her grandfather. It’s not an easy task for Issy who must immediately learn how to budget, plan, task and manage a business all on her own....
So sometimes you get a chance to read a romance novel that not only gives you the feels (lots of aww moments) but also has a really good moving plot that keeps you engaged the whole way through. Except for a couple of tone deaf moments that didn't work for me. I loved mostly everything about this bo...
I happened to see Audiobook Junkie's review of this book and decided to take a chance. I'm so glad I did. I'm still not sure what to do with this book. I don't read books like this. If there's no murder, history, steampunk, Sci-Fi...something, you need to work real hard to hold my attention. Yeah,...
This book is an excellent cupcake: light, full of flavour and with just the right amount of sweetness to make you smile. This was my first Jenny Colgan book. My wife bought it for me because I’d said that it was good to see a novel that set out simply to bring its readers some happiness. The book ...
Loved this story of a woman finding a niche for herself and deciding that following her heart is better than going with the flow.
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