The Cake Shop in the Garden (Paperback)Carole Matthews (author)
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What readers are saying about The Cake Shop in the Garden:
'A novel with heart'
'Brilliant. A relaxing book to read'
'I loved reading every part of this book and didn't want it to end'
'I could not put this book down'
'Would make a great film!'
'Carole at her very best'
The scrumptious Cake Shop in the Garden is Carole Matthews' bestselling book ever! Perfect for fans of Milly Johnson and Jill Mansell.
Fay Merryweather runs her cake shop from her beautiful garden. She whips up airy sponges and scrumptious scones, while her customers enjoy the lovely blossoms and gorgeous blooms. Looking after the cake shop, the garden and her cantankerous mother means Fay is always busy but she accepts her responsibilities because if she doesn't do all this, who will?
Then Danny Wilde walks into her life and makes Fay question every decision she's ever made.
When a sudden tragedy strikes, Fay's entire world is thrown off balance even further and she doesn't know which way to turn. Can Fay find the strength to make a life-changing decision - even if it means giving up the thing she loves the most? Life, love and family are about to collide in The Cake Shop in the Garden.
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Number of pages: 448
Dimensions: 133 x 200 x 30 mm
Plenty of drama about life, love and family - and enough cake to make you salivate * Living North *
Full of joy and laughter * Trisha Ashley *
Full of heart and fun * Milly Johnson *
Kick off your shoes, sink back and enjoy an utterly delicious read * Elizabeth Buchan, author of Daughters *
The perfect escape * Woman *
Simply brilliant * Closer *
Witty, funny and incredibly touching, this is perfect for lifting the spirits * Heat *
Matthews is one of the few writers who can rival Marian Keyes' gift for telling heart-warming tales with buckets of charm and laughs * Daily Record *
A fun, witty, modern day fairytale * Sunday Mirror *