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  • Title: Summer at Little Beach Street Bakery
  • Author: Jenny Colgan
  • ISBN: 9780062465924
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The New York Times bestselling author of Little Beach Street Bakery and Christmas at the Cupcake Caf returns with a delightful new novel with recipes that is already an international bestseller and is perfect for fans of Jojo Moyes, Meg Donohue, and Sophie Kinsella, and Elin Hilderbrand.Summer at Little Beach Street Bakery is an irresistible novel moving and funny, soulfThe New York Times bestselling author of Little Beach Street Bakery and Christmas at the Cupcake Caf returns with a delightful new novel with recipes that is already an international bestseller and is perfect for fans of Jojo Moyes, Meg Donohue, and Sophie Kinsella, and Elin Hilderbrand.Summer at Little Beach Street Bakery is an irresistible novel moving and funny, soulful and sweet about happiness, heartache, and hope And recipes.A thriving bakery A lighthouse to call home A handsome beekeeper A pet puffin These are the things that Polly Waterford can call her own This is the beautiful life she leads on a tiny island off the southern coast of England.But clouds are gathering on the horizon A stranger threatens to ruin Polly s business Her beloved boyfriend seems to be leading a secret life And the arrival of a newcomer a bereft widow desperately searching for a fresh start forces Polly to reconsider the choices she s made, even as she tries to help her new friend through grief.Unpredictable and unforgettable, this delightful novel will make you laugh, cry, and long for a lighthouse of your own.
    Summer at Little Beach Street Bakery The New York Times bestselling author of Little Beach Street Bakery and Christmas at the Cupcake Caf returns with a delightful new novel with recipes that is already an international bestseller and is

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    1. Well, here we are back at the Little Beach Street Bakery and, before we can even start queuing up for our bread rolls, the author immediately overturns the happy ending from the first book Yes, everything s coming up dog poo for our protagonists and it s just as well, really, as it wouldn t have been a very interesting book otherwise.As it is, what we end up with is that rare beast a sequel that is actually better than its predecessor I know that hardly ever happens, right Well, in this case, Je [...]

    2. QUE LINDO Foi t o bom poder viajar outra vez at Cornualha, voltar a sentir os cheiros e sabores dos p es da Polly, ver onde a rela o dela com o Huckle chegou.Ter a Selina mais presente foi interessante, Malcolm foi detest vel.E mais uma vez adorei as receitas que autora deixou no final do livro.E devo dizer que j estou ansioso por ler o terceiro, que s pelo t tulo deve vir a uma m o cheia de receitas natal cias, quero muito Teria tanto para falar deste livro, mas n o quero fazer spoilers.Acresce [...]

    3. I am beginning to get a little soft spot for Mount Polbearne a quintessentially Cornish seaside town with cobbled streets, a fishing fleet and a lighthouse, it really does sound the perfect holiday destination and this book in particularly has really got me yearning for the summer to come now.When we join the residents, Polly Waterford thinks life just couldn t get any better She has her dream job running her bakery, living in a lighthouse with her gorgeous American boyfriend Huckle and her cute [...]

    4. I suddenly realized that my library books are due Wednesday and I have this one and _News of the World_ still to read Eek, drinking coffee now to stay up late and get a good ways through another of Jenny Colgan s good novels before farming duty calls in the morning Stress like this I can handle, no worries Whew, finished it just after midnight I am in love with these characters, Huckle very cool name , Polly, and Neil the puffin This is not great literature, just an imminently readable, good sto [...]

    5. Summer at Little Beach Street Bakery is a sweet book Honestly, I ve come to love Jenny Colgan s books and I m kind of sad to have read this book since it s the last one in this series so far This is book two, but of course, I started off by reading book three, then book one and now this one Still, it doesnt matter if you read them in a different order, each book has a deliciously interesting story with both sadness and humor mixed together I listened to the audio version and honestly, there are [...]

    6. Such a perfect sequel Such a perfect series So far, a flawless author.It s immersive, it s emotive, it s amazing ive Please read, thank you.

    7. Jenny Colgan foi o melhor achado que a editora quinta ess ncia fez dentro da literatura de romanceubedoslivros search l

    8. Having been a huge fan of all of Jenny Colgan s books so far, I couldn t wait to sit down and get started on her latest release Summer At Little Beach Street Bakery It is Summer in the Cornish town of Mount Polbearne and Polly Waterford couldn t be happier Polly is in love with the beautiful seaside town she calls home, with running the bakery on Beach Street, and she s definitely in love with her boyfriend, Huckle And yet there s something unsettling about the gentle summer breeze that s floati [...]

    9. 8,5 de 10 Jenny Colgan surpreendeu me pela sua escrita leve e fresca no livro P o, Mel e Amor Assim que vi editado o seu novo livro Tempestade de Ver o , e sabendo que d continuidade hist ria de Polly, Huckle e Neil no belo cen rio que a ilha de Mount Polbearne, entrou imediatamente na minha wishlist Que bom foi voltar a esta hist ria Apesar de ter um ou outro ponto menos bem conseguido, esta com dia rom ntica mant m o registo do livro anterior, que me deu imenso prazer ler Coment rio completo e [...]

    10. Polly thinks, she has it all handsome, lovely boyfriend, wonderful bakery, new friends, a beautiful island and a lighthouse as her new home It couldn t be better for her But of course, fate strikes again and Polly loses her bakery to a horrible man and her boyfriend has to go back to where he came from once again Also, a woman returns to Mount Polbearne, who has something to do with the misery from the previous year and Pollys feelings about everything are turned upside down Again Well, at first [...]

    11. Deliciosa continua o de P o Mel e Amor O Amor tudo consegue, a tenacidade ajuda muito e a humildade d uma m o gigantesca Receita para um livro de ler e chorar por mais

    12. Mount Polbearne is a tiny island off the coast of England that is home to a thriving bakery all thanks to Polly Waterford She s finally doing what she loves, her American boyfriend is living with her in their newly purchased but seriously falling apart lighthouse and they have a pet puffin named Neil What could she ask for Of course things can never be smooth sailing and an unforseen event takes place that makes Polly wonder if she will be able to hold on to the new life she has created for her [...]

    13. iheart chicklit 2Summer at Little Beach Street Bakery will appeal to Jenny Colgan s fans and readers who fell in love with that little adorable puffin, Neil in The Little Beach Street Bakery With Jenny Colgan s trademark humour and her arsenal of deliciously written artisan breads, get your holiday bags packed for another getaway at Polbearne

    14. I have no words to describe how clich this thing was I enjoyed the first one but this one was ridiculous.

    15. Jenny Colgan seems to feel really well with her formula, and I find it absolutely OK, because well, just give me a book with cupcakes, bread or other cakes or tea rooms in it and I m sold, and I personally can t wait for new releases from this author I know I am for a real treat with her every new book, and I enjoy them all because they are full of warmth, human feeling and they always put a smile on my face What should I want It also seems that I can t have enough of stories set on small islan [...]

    16. This is the second offering from this author that I have read The first one I liked much better than this one The premise on both were interesting but the execution failed for me on this one The main character has a good story arc but I felt the other characters were a bit outlandish and unbelievable The main character was British and her love interest was supposed to be American I can understand that through spending time in the country he would pick up phrases that were local so his dialog cou [...]

    17. 3.5 starsIn this second part, the happy end of Polly and her little bakery is threatened by the new owners That evil counterpart spiced the storyline up which was quite good.It didn t make up for everything else, though It s not like there was nothing happening or something But it kind of felt that way There s Polly in various shades of miserable, a happy end turned unhappy, nothing cute and a bunch of new annoying not very likable I don t care about them people And good old Huckle isn t my favo [...]

    18. This one was a struggle I so enjoyed the first book in this series, but this was disappointing So many depressing events in Polly s life and she had no fire left to her It was beyond frustrating to read about how helpless and hopeless she was the whole time, and always tongue tied in the face of Malcolm the outrageous bully So much of this book was the same events happening again from the first book, and the part with a hurt Neil made me cry it was not necessary

    19. Polly is living an idyllic life in the Cornish town of Mount Polbearne Happily running the little towns bakery and living in a lighthouse with her boyfriend, she feels life can not get any better But visitors to their town bring change with them, and Polly soon finds her life taking a downturn Can she pick herself up and save the life she so loves A highly entertaining read, I found myself reading on well into the night to discover what would happen to the various town inhabitants Polly herself [...]

    20. Oh, flip, I love these books They re like literary hugs, lovely romantic worlds where cake is good, love will triumph and everything will be OK Plus, in this case, there s a puffin 14 Please note this review is meant as a recommendation only Please do not use it in any marketing material, online or in print, without asking permission from me first Thank you

    21. The epilogue decided the fourth star Thought it dragged on a bit about 60 70% in but yeah, the epilogue saved it For the best reason, you know what I mean.

    22. 3.5 stj rnor.Jag tyckte uppf ljaren till Det lilla bageriet p strandpromenaden var sn ppet b ttre Den k nns vuxnare, mer sp nnande och mer h ndelserik I f rsta boken var allting s himla oskyldigt och oskuldsfullt, i den h r har ber ttelsen v xt till sig lite mer och k nns mer kta Jag tycker fortfarande att personportr tten r n got platta och har sv rt att f ett riktigt grepp om karakt rerna, de k nns p hittade Men ber ttelsen var bra, sp nnande och lite mer fartfylld Samt att lite jobbigare h nd [...]

    23. I love Jenny Colgan Her books are just delightful and fun and sweet, full of interesting and quirky characters and humor This was no exception, though not quite as good as the first in the series Probably 3.5 stars, but I m rounding up because Neil

    24. Three and a half stars A cute, cozy, romance perfect for summer reading Polly is bursting with happiness She loves her new home in the lighthouse, even if she does have to walk up flights and flights of stairs Her job in the bakery is wonderful, and she lives to bake bread Her love life is spectacular now that she is settled with Huckle, and she has an adorable puffin, Neil, as a pet With summer approaching, Polly is looking forward to sunny days and delicious breads Little does she know, storm [...]

    25. A nice easy read The characters and the plot aren t super deep which is why I only give this 3 stars I thought that since this was the second book in the series , the characters would be developed a bit than they were The plot also sort of mimicked the first book in the series which was a little disappointing All in all a pretty good read if you just want to read and not have to think too much

    26. Summer at Little Beach Street Bakery is the sequel to the Little Beach Street Bakery, which was released in 2014 Even though it s a sequel, you can just easily read this without reading the first one as the basis of the story was clearly explained at the start of the book However, why would you void yourself of the pleasure of reading a great book from a great author, so I say do read the first one before reading this The story basically follows Polly once again at Mount Polbearne where she has [...]

    27. Favorite Quotes Flora Larson, who worked in the old bakery, always had the look of someone expecting to be in trouble at any moment She was thin and stooped, with a hangdog stance, and had a way of peeking up through an overlong fringe that simply looked guilty, even though there was a pretty face hiding in there somewhere There is no point being bitter that there are wankers in the world, said Huckle He sounded funny saying wanker in his thick Southern accent If there weren t any wankers, you w [...]

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