Monday, 21 August 2017

Review of 'Summer at The Cosy Cottage Cafe'

Review of 'Summer at The Cosy Cottage Cafe' by Rachel Griffiths

Allie Jones loves her cosy cottage café in the picturesque village of Heatherlea. She has her independence, two grown-up children and two cute cats. Life is settled and she thinks she's happy.

Author Chris Monroe has it all. Critical success, a luxurious London apartment, and the kind of jet-set lifestyle most people dream of. But something's missing.

When a family bereavement throws these two old friends together, they begin to question the true meaning of happiness.

Love is in the air, but do Allie and Chris have room in their hands-on lives for more than a summer fling?

This is the first of four short stories in The Cosy Cottage Café series.

Coming soon:
Autumn at The Cosy Cottage Café
Winter at The Cosy Cottage Café

Spring at The Cosy Cottage Café 

Buy the novel here:

My review of Summer at the Cosy Cottage Cafe

What a lovely feel good read. If you are wanting to curl up with a book on a wet day, this is the perfect book for you. It oozes warmth and personality. Although the story was a tad predictable, I didn't mind this in the slightest. This was a lovely heartfelt story about Allie rebuilding her life after a bereavement and moving on from past mistakes. I really warmed to all of the characters and enjoyed seeing the relationship develop between Chris and Allie.  I loved the cafe and relished reading about the food! A very lovely book to relax and enjoy.

Overall - an enjoyable cosy read, and I look forward to more in this series.

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