Christmas at Little Beach Street Bakery: The best feel good festive read this Christmas Paperback – 5 Oct 2017
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This is the perfect book to curl up with... the mouthwatering descriptions of baked goods will make it hard to stave off the Christmas pounds (Express)
A good-hearted and humorous slice of Cornish life (Sunday Mirror)
If you like your Yuletide tales with real characters and plenty of fun, this is the one for you! (Heat)
a cracker...the one must-read this festive season (The Sun)
A heartwarming new read (Stylist)
A funny, feel-good novel (Woman)
A delightful seasonal helping of romance (Woman & Home)
Cosy up for a Cornish Christmas with top ten Sunday Times bestselling author Jenny Colgan!See all Product description
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Kerensa has a secret which could be a huge scandal and Reuben want Polly to cater for him all leading to a busy time for Polly and a strained relationship between Polly and Huckle.
A book to be read under a blanket with a hot drink and a baked good beside you. When Jenny writes about how cold the lighthouse is I always felt cold and wanted to curl up. You can almost smell the scents coming from the bakery and wish you could visit for a tasty treat or two.
I loved the book and couldn't put it down, literally read the book in one sitting just after Christmas whilst in an airport on a long wait for a flight. It was so good I gave it to a passenger on the plane and told her to read it and went and bought another copy when I got home!
I am so sad that this is the last Beach Street Bakery book in the series as I loved them and loved Polly and puffin Neil. If you have not read the series give it a try you will not be disappointed.