Blurb; After yet another failed romance, twenty-six-year-old Callie Fulbright is giving up on love. She’s determined to throw all her efforts into her very own, brand-new café: The Cosy Kettle. Serving hot tea, cherry tarts and a welcoming smile to the friendly locals proves to be the perfect distraction, and Callie feels a flush of pride at the fledging business she’s built.
But her new-found confidence is soon put to the test when her gorgeous ex reappears in the quaint little village. She’ll never forget the heartache Noah caused her years ago, but when they bump into each other on the cobbled streets of Honeyford she can’t help but feel a flutter in her chest…
As Callie and Noah share laughter and memories, she starts to wonder if this could be her second chance at happiness. But when Callie discovers that someone is mysteriously trying to ruin the café’s reputation… she has an awful suspicion that Noah knows who’s involved.
Was she wrong to ever trust him again? And can she find out who’s behind the lies and rumours, before it’s too late for the Cosy Kettle?
My Review; I want to start by saying I love the cover of this one. Beautiful, eye catching. I absolutely loved this story, it is a light hearted, funny in parts, heart warming and an easy read which I devoured.
I adored the whole setting of this story, the cute little town and the bookshop/cafe. I am actually a little jealous of Callie’s life she’s living the dream in my eyes. But when an old romantic relationship Noah returns to town how will she cope? What will be the outcome? I liked Noahs character he seems like the perfect man unlike his brother Finn, a bit of a ladies man.
I also found Callies Grandad hilarious. He’s the one that kept making me laugh throughout with his crazy ideas and speaking the truth. This story makes you feel part of the town and like you already know all the characters, it’s like returning home. Brilliantly written. Lovely story.
There’s a brilliant community spirit within the story, everyone helping out for Callie, while Callie is helping them. Beautiful. A well deserved four stars from me. Highly recommend. Throughally enjoyed it.