- Paperback: 416 pages
- Publisher: Sphere (11 Oct. 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0751548502
- ISBN-13: 978-0751548501
- Product Dimensions: 12.8 x 2.7 x 19.6 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (207 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 133,495 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
The Vintage Teacup Club Paperback – 11 Oct 2012
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A great read for a weekend away or a rainy day -I couldn't put it down.
This is my first ever review !
Jenny is an excited bride to be, but hearing from her estranged mother affects Jenny more than she thought.
Maggie is a divorcee and has made a fresh start, only to find that the relationship she left in the past becomes part of her future and she finds her dreams and disappointments might change.....and perhaps for the better.
Alison is married with two daughters and apparently has it all, but appearances are not necessarily what they seem.
Through the book we explore the relationships, loves and fears of three women and their relationships. Not to mention the relationship the three of them build, all from the chance meeting at a car boot sale over a tea cup!
I loved this book, it had a charm about it, that could almost certainly be real and I wonder whether it was?
Jenny is looking forward to her forthcoming marriage to Dan. As her plans move forwards, she is thrown by the sudden unexpected contact from a woman who has played no part in her life for many years, and she worries that her happiness could be damaged. Maggie is a strong, independent career woman, forging ahead after the disappointment of her failed marriage and Alison appears at first sight to be a happily married woman with two daughters, but things are never as straightforward as they might seem, for any of them.
One of the aspects I liked about the main characters in this novel is that the women are not all the same age, and they have different experiences of life. This brings an interesting dimension to their relationships with each other, across the generations. It was lovely to read how such a strong, supportive bond develops between the friends, and this friendship that forms isn't affected by this difference in their ages, for example when they share exciting news with each other; `A twenty-year age gap made no difference to our levels of girlish excitement.Read more ›
Three women want to buy a particular Victorian tea set from the car boot sale, but instead of two of them being disappointed, they agree on a solution that benefits all of them. The women are different ages and live completely different lives. The story opens a window to each of their lives and it's not long before these women form a bond - not only with each other, but with the reader too. I loved all three of them.
I read this book when I was very busy and dipped in and out of it easily. The characters became familiar so quickly that I didn't ever have to turn back the pages to remind me about anything. I knew them.
I really loved this book. Each chapter flowed easily and I couldn't wait to read the next. It provided comfort and refreshment - just like a cup of tea!
I'd recommend this book to anyone who wants a good, easy read. Only one problem - I'd love another book following the next chapter of their lives. Please Vanessa?
You really feel you know the characters almost straight away, they could be friends in your own life and you just want to pour them a cuppa and listen to their troubles. At the end (but don't worry I won't spoil it!) I got that nice warm glow and even wiped away a bit of a tear. it's very easy to get lost in this book and I think that's due to the writer being one of those natural storytellers.
Gorgeous cover too. My mum couldn't wait for me to finish it so she could start reading!
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I picked this book up at a hotel swap library and it was a quick easy read. I rated it three stars as its not too memorable but enjoyable. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book is a relaxing warm-hearted novel just perfect when you want to wind and leave your work worries behind youPublished 4 months ago by Becci 1945
Really enjoyed this, especially as my mum had a delicate porcelain forgetmenot teaset like this. The three women covered many problems, pleasures i've had . Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jane
Sounded okay but turned out to be a disappointment - the story was over complicated - lots of things thrown in but not developed in a way that would draw the reader in. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Cally