A Wedding at The Cosy Cottage Café by Rachel Griffiths – Book review
A Wedding at The Cosy Cottage Café by Rachel Griffiths
A Wedding at The Cosy Cottage Café
Author – Rachel Griffiths
Publisher – Cosy Cottage Books
Pages – 130
Released – 20th July 2018
Format – ebook
Reviewer – Stacey
Rating – 4 Stars
I received a free copy of this book
When Allie Jones’ daughter, Mandy, arrives at The Cosy Cottage Café in tears one spring morning, Allie is extremely concerned. She’s been worried about her career-driven daughter for a while, and she’s hoping she’ll finally get to find out what’s wrong.
Dawn Dix-Beaumont has her hands full with three young children, a husband who works from home and the guinea pig family that lives in her garden. She’s happier than she’s ever been, but is it too good to last?
Camilla Dix is madly in love with local vet Tom Stone. Being with Tom and cuddling her baby niece have stirred feelings she didn’t know she had, but it’s far too soon to be making long-term plans. Isn’t it?
Honey Blackwell’s boyfriend, Dane Ackerman, has secured his teaching post at Heatherlea Primary School and they’ve decided to live together. Everything seems to be working out well, until a member of Honey’s household expresses a clear dislike for the handsome teacher.
Plus someone has been planning a proposal…
Join Allie and her friends this summer as cakes are baked, secrets are shared and surprises bring smiles and tears at The Cosy Cottage Café.
This is the fifth short story in The Cosy Cottage Café series.
We are once again back in the little village of Heatherlea in the fifth book in the Cosy Cottage Café series. This book is full of surprises and features all of the characters from the previous four books, all of which were a delight to read.
There are plenty of shocking moments and even more moments to smile about, especially with one of the villagers getting the surprise of a lifetime, though she isn’t sure whether the surprise is good or bad and another getting a proposal of marriage, but will she accept?
We also get to find out why Allie’s daughter fled London and into her arms at the end of the last book, ‘Spring at the Cosy Cottage Café’. I certainly didn’t see the reason coming and felt very sorry for the young girl.
This has been an amazing series and this book I would say is the best of the best. I enjoyed all the characters being together and each adding to their own stories. I’m wondering whether this is the last we will see from the village seeing as the year is now up, or whether Ms. Griffith’s will add more. I’ll wait with bated breath.
If you are looking for a series that you can really sink your teeth into that has fabulous characters, a beautiful rural setting and plenty of cake to go around, then this is definitely the one to choose.
Reviewed by Stacey
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Author. Wife. Mother. Earl Grey tea drinker. Gin enthusiast. Dog walker. Fan of the afternoon nap.