Part Three of the charming new series from the author of The Canal Boat Cafe. Perfect for cake lovers and old-fashioned romantics!
‘Captivating’ Heat Magazine
‘Beautiful… heartwarming’ Zara Stoneley
‘A wonderful ray of reading sunshine’ Heidi Swain
Charlie’s toughest technical challenge yet…
Now that Charlie’s Cornish Cream Tea bus has taken off, everything should be going swimmingly – the locals love her baking, Marmite adores getting his paws wet in the crystal-clear sea at Porthgolow beach, but Charlie has manged to get on the wrong side of the mercurial owner of The Porthgolow Hotel, Daniel Harper. He wants her to pack up her doillies and pastry cutters and take her bus elsewhere, but can Charlie convince him that they have just got off on the wrong foot and that her bus could be the start of something wonderful for the little village?
Praise for Cressida McLaughlin:
‘Oh, I just LOVED this story. All the characters are wonderful.’ Isabelle Broom
‘With a heroine that you root for this is a sweet read with real heart and soul’ Sarra Manning author of The House of Secrets
‘McLaughlin writes so warmly and vividly, the rest of the world melts away… I love that feeling!’ Kirsty Greenwood
Praise for Cressida McLaughlin
'A lovely, warm gem of a series that stays with you…I loved it’ Alexandra Brown
‘Warm and wonderful…’ Miranda Dickinson
‘Real heart and soul’ Sarra Manning author of The House of Secrets
About the author
Cressy was born in South East London surrounded by books and with a cat named after Lawrence of Arabia. She studied English at the University of East Anglia and now lives in Norwich with her husband David.
When she isn’t writing, Cressy spends her spare time reading, returning to London or exploring the beautiful Norfolk coastline.