Thursday, 15 March 2018
The cafe at Seashell Cove- Karen Clarke 4*
Cassie works in event management in London and loves the glamorous life… apart
from the long hours, constant phone calls and when things go wrong. When she is
fired from her job she arrives back at her parents who are so very proud of their
successful daughter that she daren’t tell them the truth. This is the story of her
sorting herself out and realising that being happy is a big part of life with all it’s
ups and downs. A feel good story that will make you smile with some wonderful
scenes and larger than life characters. This is my first Karen Clarke book and it
won’t be my last. If you want a seaside read, perhaps a holiday read then this
could be the book for you. A highly enjoyable read.
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