Her best friend, Jemma and her husband
This is about Lizzie Dixon who leaves her job in London and goes back to the town where she was born after being dumped by her rich boyfriend, Giles Worthington. On the way back she visits a cafe where the proprietor, Deborah, runs sewing sessions. Her best friend, Jemma and her husband, Tom, have just taken over the Cherry-Tree Cafe but are having difficulty making it pay. Lizzie decides to run sewing session in the cafe, which become very popular. She also meets Ben on whom she had a crush in high school and Jay, a local newspaper reporter who reports on the cafe opening. Which of them will she end up with?
Such a lovely perfect novel
I adored this book! I thought it was well written, warm, witty and compelling enough to keep me turning the pages. The character development was fantastic and I felt like I really knew Lizzie, Jemma, Tom, Ben and little Ella. I could picture the cafe in my mind and it is pretty much my dream wedding venue! Just such a lovely, perfect novel!
I bought this book yesterday and had to ignore everything as I read it, it was brilliant. An excellent story with good strong characters and exceptionally well written. I can't wait for more!
Great romance with some surprising twists
Great romance with some surprising twists. I especially liked some of the early chapters when Lizzie showed us what she made of, and thought the scene where she confronted Giles in the pub was superb. Fun debut from a writer who clearly has some exciting things up her sleeve. Look forward to her next book.
J. L. Keer