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The Cornish Cream Tea Summer

The Cornish Cream Tea Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Bea Holland
Length: 11 hrs and 27 mins
Categories: Romance, Romantic Comedy
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Summary

Charlie has a new helper on her bus, her free-spirited and loveable cousin Delilah, who’s paid a visit to the charming Cornish village of Porthgolow and is helping out on Charlie’s adorable cream tea bus.

When the Director of a new TV series filming further along the coast tells Delilah that the bus would be the perfect addition to their onsite catering, she takes him a bit too literally. Charlie and Delilah find themselves caught up in the filming of a lavish period drama, and it isn’t long before Delilah finds herself drawn to the handsome male lead.

But Delilah has made a habit of making rash decisions, and it’s one of the reasons she’s hiding out in Cornwall. Could this be one impulsive step too far, or is a change of direction the start of something quite unexpected?

©2020 Cressida McLaughlin (P)2020 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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"Beautiful...heartwarming." (Zara Stoneley)

"A wonderful ray of reading sunshine." (Heidi Swain)

"Captivating." (Heat Magazine)

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Sunny, fun, but corny

In the next instalment can we please have some decent cakes onboard the Cornish Cream Tea bus? Muffins and halloumi bites just don't cut it! Also, a cream tea would NEVER be served with 'mugs' of tea - that's sacrilege! Apart from that, an upbeat & pleasant, if not predictable story with great narration.

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njaaahhh

I really struggled to finish it... The book is not badly written, there it's a story, but the so called heroin is an airhead with a complete lack of impulse control and total inability to learn from her mistakes. I was sick and tired of her after the first seven chapters and my opinion never recovered.