The charming new novel from the author of The Canal Boat Cafe. Perfect for cake lovers and old-fashioned romantics!
On your marks, get set....
Baking fanatic Charlie Quilter, still nursing a broken heart, is surprised when her late uncle bequeaths his vintage 1950s Routemaster bus to her in his will. She adored driving around with him in it when she was a child and can’t contemplate selling it.
When Charlie loses her job, her friend Juliette has an exciting idea and suggests Charlie come to stay with her in the picturesque Cornish village of Porthgolow. Thrilled at the chance of a new start, Charlie packs her spatula, her pinny and her cute dog Marmite onto the bus, and they head off for a summer adventure....
"A wonderful ray of reading sunshine." (Heidi Swain)
"Beautiful...heartwarming." (Zara Stoneley)
"Captivating." (Heat Magazine)
Ce que les auditeurs disent de The Cornish Cream Tea Bus
Good book but not a big fan of the narration.
The story is sweet and for anyone who likes authors like Jenny Colgan, but the way it was read made it sound like the book was written for a very young audience, which was disturbing and took away from the humorous parts. It was an okay book though.
An Angry Main Character
I liked the story ok. I did not like the main character being so angry and so quick to become angry. I just wanted the book to be over.