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Soundings and Choc Lit present the audiobook edition of Meet Me at the Art Café. 

Would you take a chance on a bad boy with a leather jacket and a vintage motorbike?

That’s the question single mum Jo Morris has to ask herself when she collides with local bike mechanic Ed Griffiths on a rainy Welsh hillside. Working at the Art Café, Jo hears the gossip and is all too aware of Ed’s reputation. But whilst he’s certainly no angel, there is something about Ed’s daredevil antics that Jo can’t ignore. And as she gets to know him better and watches the kind way he deals with her young son Liam, she begins to wonder - is there more to this 'bad boy' than meets the eye?

©2019 Sue McDonagh (P)2019 Soundings

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more twists turns and of course, motorbikes

Really enjoyed this, focusing on a new character and giving her depth whilst revisiting those from the first book. Brought me to tears in places and uncontrollable laughter in others. The narrator is spot on. Eell done all involved.

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A fantastic read. Loved it.

Another thoroughly enjoyable page-turner from Sue McDonagh. I became totally immersed in the plot which was fun, with a touch of mystery and believable characters. This book is heartwarming, funny and also touches on serious issues with insight and understanding. I can’t wait for the next one.