REVIEW: The Seafront Tea Rooms by Vanessa Greene

The Seafront Tea Rooms


The Seafront Tea Rooms is a peaceful hideaway, away from the bustle of the seaside, and in this quiet place a group of women find exactly what they’ve been searching for.

Charismatic journalist Charlotte is on a mission to scope out Britain’s best tea rooms. She knows she’s found something special in the Seafront Tea Rooms but is it a secret she should share? Kathryn, a single mother whose only sanctuary is the ‘Seafront’, convinces Charlie to keep the place out of her article by agreeing to join her on her search. Together with another regular, Seraphine, a culture-shocked French au pair with a passion for pastry-making, they travel around the country discovering quaint hideaways and hidden gems. But what none of them expect is for their journey to surprise them with discoveries of a different kind.

My Review

Ever since I put down The Vintage Tea Cup Club I have longed for another book from Vanessa Greene and was so excited to read this and was not disappointed, this was as good as The Vintage Tea Cup Club

I loved the way the book starts introducing us at a steady pace to all the main characters Charlie, Kat and Seraphine  and at the end of each introduction there is a cliffhanger which makes you want to carry on to find out more.

This book follows brand  new friendships made between Charlie, Kat and Seraphine who come together in The Seafront Tea Rooms in Scarborough. Each woman is going through their own problems so as they friendship blossoms they become each others support.

I loved the visits to the other tearooms Vanessa puts so much detail which makes you feel as though you are there trying the tea and cakes.

This book was such cosy  feel good read with loads of twists and turns some of which I just did not see coming and has left me with a huge book hangover

5 of 5 stars

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