Saturday 19 January 2019

A Gift from the Comfort Food Café #Review

A Gift from the Comfort Food Café

(Comfort Food Cafe #5)

Cosy up at the Comfort Food Cafe for a romance that isn’t just for Christmas…
‘You’ll devour this book in one go’ Woman’s Weekly ‘As cosy as a buttered crumpet’ Sunday Times bestseller Milly Johnson
*Don’t miss out on the new Comfort Food Cafe novel and return to Budbury for a Christmas to remember*
Christmas has never been Katie Seddon’s favourite time of year. Whilst everyone else shares memories of families coming together and festive number ones, the soundtrack to Katie’s childhood wasn’t quite so merry.
But since she moved to the village of Budbury on the gorgeous Dorset coast, Katie and her baby son have found a new family. A family who have been brought together by life’s unexpected roads and the healing magic of a slice of cake and a cupful of kindess at the Comfort Food Café.
This year, Katie’s new friends are determined to give her a Christmas to remember, and with a gorgeous newcomer in town, Katie’s Christmas wish for a happy home for her son might just come true.
Kindle Edition401 pages
Published October 18th 2018 by HarperCollins

A gift from the comfort cafe has a picturesque coastal setting with a rocky start. Katie Seddon’s parents didn’t demonstrate the perfect loving relationship when she was growing up. Unfortunately, the father of her child also wasn’t a good fit. Katie needs a fresh start and Budbury in Dorset is looking like a good fit. The comfort food cafe offers the perfect treat for a lonely heart.

I’m a little late reading this book as it’s a Christmas read. It was released back in October. If it was set at any other time of year I probably wouldn’t have even given the setting a second thought. Christmas is magical and this book adds a little Christmas spirit, giving extra warmth. I was a little worried when I started reading this book as it opens with Katie spending portions of her childhood running away from home. The book unfolds to be a warm-hearted magical read about finding a home, mending bridges and finding what really matters. It is a romance but so much more. It’s about friendship and community. This book is part of a series, however, can be read as a standalone. 3.5 stars out of 5.

*I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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