Julia leaves her abusive fiancé and goes to stay with her aunt in an idyllic farmhouse setting, Introduced to her aunt’s group of slightly eccentric friends Julia begins to rebuild her life and move forward. This book just begs to be turned in to a great chick-flick, so indulge yourself in this funny and wry novel before it does!
There are times in your life when only chocolate will do...When Julia Bennett leaves her abusive fiance at the altar, she knows life will never be the same again. Seeking comfort, she heads to her Aunt Lydia's rambling farmhouse where she is welcomed by an eccentric, warm, and wise group of women. Meeting once a week for drinks and the baring of souls, it becomes clear that every woman holds secrets that keep her from happiness. What will it take for them to become their true selves? For Julia, it's chocolate. All her life, baking has been her therapy and her refuge, a way to heal wounds and make friends. But it can't keep her safe. As Julia gradually opens her heart to a new life, with new friendships, and a new love, the past is catching up to her. And this time, she'll have to face it head on.
Closing date: 06/09/2018
'Wise, tender and very funny. I loved this beguiling novel about Love, friendship, and the enchantment of really good chocolate'
Luanne Rice, bestselling author of Last Kiss
Publication date: 13/09/2010
Publisher: Allison & Busby
|Publication date:||13th September 2010|
|Publisher:||Allison & Busby|
|Genres:||eBook Favourites, Family Drama, Literary Fiction, Reading Groups,|
|Categories:||Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945),|
Cathy Lamb was born in Newport Beach, California. As a child, she mastered the art of skateboarding, catching butterflies in bottles, and riding her bike with no hands, and first began to write at five years old. Cathy obtained both a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Education, and worked as a teacher before becoming a full-time writer. Married with three children, Cathy loves to hang out with her family, write, read, travel, and go to Starbucks where most of her books are hammered out.More About Cathy Lamb