Charlie’s toughest technical challenge yet…
Now that Charlie’s Cornish Cream Tea bus has taken off, everything should be going swimmingly – the locals love her baking, Marmite adores getting his paws wet in the crystal-clear sea at Porthgolow beach, but Charlie has managed to get on the wrong side of the mercurial owner of The Porthgolow Hotel, Daniel Harper. He wants her to pack up her doilies and pastry cutters and take her bus elsewhere, but can Charlie convince him that they have just got off on the wrong foot and that her bus could be the start of something wonderful for the little village?
I received a copy of this book from Harper Collins UK – Harper Fiction via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
This series is addictive. Now I know the characters and have experienced the numerous plot twists, I can’t wait to read the final part.
Charlie is embroiled in a tentative love triangle with her two admirers, one seems open and honest, just what she needs, but the chemistry is lacking. Her other admirer is not so easy to read, but the air crackles between them, whenever they are together. Can she take a chance, or will he let her down and destroy her fledgeling business?
Charlie’s is still recovering from her boyfriend’s duplicity and has trust issues. Her head says one thing, her heart something different, who if either of them will she choose?
The Cornish Cream Tea Bus venture expands and seems to be going from strength to strength, as the community finally seems to accept her and her bus.
This penultimate part is full of emotions. Anger and passion, threaten to overshadow Charlie’s professional success. Just when she believes she knows who she wants and can trust, her plans are threatened again. Can she trust the man she is falling in love with or not?
Just off to read the final part now, so I can see if my suspicions are correct.