Perched on a windswept cliff on the stunning Dorset coast at what feels like the edge of the world, the caf and its warm-hearted community are a haven for lost souls who happen to wander by with a heavy heart and a story to tell.Serving up the most delicious cream teas; beautifully baked breads, and carefully crafted cupcakes, theres nothing a cup of tea and a delicious treat wont fix. For tourists and locals alike, the ramshackle cafe overlooking the beach is a beacon of laughter, companionship, and security a place like no other; a place that offers friendship as a daily special, and where a hearty welcome is always on the menu.So make yourself at home, catch up on the gossip with old friends, meet new ones and fall in love at the Comfort Food Caf....
|Title||:||Sunshine at the Comfort Food Café (Comfort Food Cafe #4)|
|Number of Pages||:||400 pages|
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Sunshine at the Comfort Food Café (Comfort Food Cafe #4) Reviews
A welcome return to the Comfort Food Cafe with a storyline provided through the eyes of Willow., the daughter of an ex hippie with 3 estranged siblings scattered around. the world, Willow lives alone with her mother Lynnie, who is suffering from Alzheimer's. She is in danger of selflessly devoting all her time to caring for Lynnie but the residents of Budbury are constantly at hand to make sure they are there for support. When Tom, a childhood acquaintance returns to the village Willow is quickl ...more
Another absolutely amazing story set around the village of Bubury and featuring The Comfort Food Cafe. I felt so at home really quickly, with all of the recurring characters, and this book focuses on Willow's story, whereas she has previously just been a side character.
This totally works as a standalone, and the mechanism used to give the relevant back details for all the previous books in a quick and easy to understand way, or as a great reminder for those that haven't got the best memories, w ...more
This is the fourth in the Comfort Food Café series, however having not read the previous books I can vouch that it works perfectly as a standalone book. The author has cleverly weaved a comprehensive run down of all the charters into the story which allowed me to feel I knew and understood their collective backgrounds well.
This book focusses on Willow, the zany, pink-haired, Doc Marten wearing waitress at the Comfort Food Café. The youngest of four siblings Willow grew up with her single Mum Lyn ...more
Ok so yet again I read a book in a series without having read the previous novels in the series. I even have Summer at the Comfort Food Cafe, yet still I read this one first! I am pleased to confirm though that it really didn't matter that I hadn't read the rest of the series first, and I will be going back to read it shortly!
So this novel is centred around Willow Longville, a young woman who lives in the village of Budbury with her mother. Her siblings are long gone, encouraged by their slig ...more
absolutely adore this series by Debbie Johnson, and not only because it is set in my favourite county in England but because the characters are so diverse but all loveable in their own way.
If you haven't read the previous books in the series don't worry - the author cleverly gives the reader a concise background when the buyer of Briarwood, the run-down former children's home, moves into the village of Budbury and our main character Willow writes him a reference book so he can recognise the loc ...more
A welcome return to the Comfort Food Cafe - I love this series!! And they can all be read as a stand alone too if you've not already 'visited' so I highly recommend dropping on by!
This time the story follows Willow who is a waitress at the cafe. She is also a part time cleaner, and also full time carer for her mother who is suffering from Alzheimers and this whole aspect of the story is sensitively portrayed throughout and really showed the highs and lows of being a carer and having to watch som ...more
My name is Willow Longville. I live in a village called Budbury on the stunning Dorset coast with my mum Lynnie, who sometimes forgets who I am. I’m a waitress at the Comfort Food Café, which is really so much more than a café … it’s my home.
Willow is the youngest of four children born to Lynnie, a yoga-teaching new age hippie. Unfortunately Lynnie is now suffering from dementia and Willow spends her time looking after her mother whilst juggling her own cleaning business and working as a waitres ...more
The cover looks light and happy, but this is a powerful, excellent story.
Another fantastic book in this wonderful series. There are a lot of 'chick lit' books around today that feature a café or cake shop, but Debbie Johnson manages to make these have so much more substance. Each book in the series is based on a different person and is usually written from their point of view - and the author writes so well that she manages to sound like a different person. This is the book where I noticed that ...more