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' Herald SunOne flaky family One ex boyfriend who won't go away And one handsome stranger who probably will For fans of Doc Martin and Monica McInerney a warm witty novel brimming with the trademark romance friendship and eccentricity that Danielle Hawkins's readers love On the outskirts of a small seaside town Lia and her friend Anna work serious hours running their restored cafe The summer season is upon them they have Anna's wedding to plan and Lia's ex boyfriend seems not to understand it's over When a gorgeous stranger taps on Lia's window near midnight and turns out not to be a serial killer she feels it's a promising sign But no one comes without a past and his arrives in the form of a four year old son Just as Lia decides to give things a try problems from her own past rear upThe Pretty Delicious Cafe reminds us of the joy and hazards to be found in family friends and good food and that being a little bit weird isn't necessarily a bad thingPRAISE FOR DANIELLE HAWKINSThe Pretty Delicious Cafe'everything a summer read should be warm and witty' Who Weekly'Incredibly fast paced with effortlessly flowing witty dialogue it's hard to believe The Pretty Delicious Cafe is a book and not a television series this is a book fans of Bridget Jones' Diary and Offspring will love to sink their teeth into' Better Reading 'A sweet tasty treat of a tale sprinkled with wry humour and sparkling dialogue dusted with a touch of the bitter sweet' The Reader booksellers' blog'The Pretty Delicious Cafe offers meat and bones than fluff' Otago Daily TimesDinner at Rose's'A cross between All Creatures Great and Small Bridget Jones's Diary and something the Topp Twins would write if there was only one of them and she was straight this is a very funny book' Next Book Club'What really carries it is the uality of the writing The dialogue is absolutely spot on You would almost believe the author wrote for TV or writes sitcoms It's very very funny' Paper Plus Winter Reads'It's so good that it's hard to believe it's a first novel It had better not be her last Please Danielle' Lee Matthews Manawatu Standard'Reading this is better than sleeping' Sunday Star TimesChocolate Cake for Breakfast'Another sweet gently funny depiction of life in the back blocks of New Zealand' Next 'Helen is frankly delightful intelligent but oh so human a plausible relatable storyline and hugely appealing characters A charming summer read and a giggling good time' Australian Women's Weekly'The only problem I could see in the book was the Wallabies did not win often enough' Jodie GoodReads'This is a delightful contemporary romance' Hera. An funny and entertaining light read I love reading books wherein the characters come to life so brightlyA great holiday read or a bit of delightful escapism I enjoyed it immensely

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The Pretty Delicious CafeLd SunOne flaky family One ex boyfriend who won't go away And one handsome stranger who probably will For fans of Doc Martin and Monica McInerney a warm witty novel brimming with the trademark romance friendship and eccentricity that Danielle Hawkins's readers love On the outskirts of a small seaside town Lia and her friend Anna work serious hours running their restored cafe The summer season is upon them they have Anna's wedding to plan and Lia's ex boyfriend seems not to understand it's over When a gorgeous stranger taps on Lia's window near midnight and turns out not to be a serial killer she feels it's a promising sign But no one comes without a past and his arrives in the form of a four year old son Just as Lia decides to give things a try problems from her own past rear upThe Pretty Delicious Cafe reminds us of the joy and hazards to be found in family friends and good food and that being a little bit weird isn't necessarily a bad thingPRAISE FOR DANIELLE HAWKINSThe Pretty Delicious Cafe'everything a summer read should be warm and witty' Who Weekly'Incredibly fast paced with effortlessly flowing witty dialogue it's hard to believe The Pretty Delicious Cafe is a book and not a television series this is a book fans of Bridget Jones' Diary and Offspring will love to sink their teeth into' Better Reading 'A sweet tasty treat of a tale sprinkled with wry humour and sparkling dialogue dusted with a touch of the bitter sweet' The Reader booksellers' blog'The Pretty Delicious Cafe offers meat and bones than fluff' Otago Daily TimesDinner at Rose's'A cross between All Creatures Great and Small Bridget Jones's Diary and something the Topp Twins would write if there was only one of them and she was straight this is a very funny book' Next Book Club'What really carries it is the uality of the writing The dialogue is absolutely spot on You would almost believe the author wrote for TV or writes sitcoms It's very very funny' Paper Plus Winter Reads'It's so good that it's hard to believe it's a first novel It had better not be her last Please Danielle' Lee Matthews Manawatu Standard'Reading this is better than sleeping' Sunday Star TimesChocolate Cake for Breakfast'Another sweet gently funny depiction of life in the back blocks of New Zealand' Next 'Helen is frankly delightful intelligent but oh so human a plausible relatable storyline and hugely appealing characters A charming summer read and a giggling good time' Australian Women's Weekly'The only problem I could see in the book was the Wallabies did not win often enough' Jodie GoodReads'This is a delightful contemporary romance' Herald Sun. This is a great book The writer has a good feel for the characters and how they interact but keeps the story flowing with the occasional bit of wicked humour It's a comfortable book mostly and the reader can enjoy the place the setting and the story Easy to read and enjoy and what can you ask