When Annie White steps back onto Cherry Pie Island, it’s safe to say her newly inherited Dandelion Café has seen better days! And while her childhood home on the Thames-side island idyll is exactly the same retreat from the urban bustle of London she remembers, Annie’s not convinced that Owner of The Dandelion Cafe is a title she’ll be keeping for long. Not that she can bear the idea of letting her dedicated, if endearingly disorganized staff lose their jobs. Plus café life does also have the added bonus of working a stone’s throw away from millionaire Matt and his disarmingly charming smile!
One (shoestring budget) café makeover, a few delightful additions to the somewhat retro menu and a lot of cherry pie tastings later, The Dandelion Café is ready for its grand reopening! But once she’s brought the dilapidated old café back to life, Annie finds herself wishing her stay on the island was just a bit longer. She always intended to go back to the big city…but could island living finally have lured her back home for good?
Thank you Carina UK and Net Galley for approving me to review this book
This was an absolutely scrumptious book, I really enjoyed every moment. It was a nice quick read and I actually read the most part of it while I was having my color done in the hair salon.
I loved how it was truly indulgent, comforting & super funny, I even started craving Cherry Pies ( I hate cherries by the way) All characters were likable and I really could relate to Annie. I also loved reading about her past and her relationship with her Dad
Its a nice book where you can just let it wash over you in between those more dense books.
4 of 5 stars
Published 27th March