At a car boot sale in Sussex, three very different women meet and fall for the same vintage teaset. They decide to share it - and form a friendship that changes their lives…
Jenny can't wait to marry Dan. Then, after years of silence, she hears from the woman who could shatter her dreams. Maggie has put her broken heart behind her and is gearing up for the biggest event of her career - until she's forced to confront the past once more. Alison seems to have it all: married to her childhood sweetheart, with two gorgeous daughters. But as tensions mount, she is pushed to breaking point.
Dealing with friendship and families, relationships and careers, highs and lows, The Vintage Teacup Club is heart-warming storytelling at its very best.
©2012 Vanessa Greene (P)2013 Oakhill Publishing Ltd
"A delicious brew of love and friendship" (Trisha Ashley)
"This heart-warming story of finding new friends is a lovely debut" (Carole Matthews)
"A heartwarming, quintessentially British tale" (Stylist)
"A lovely testament to female friendship and an enjoyable read" (Candis)
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"Nice story shame about the narrator"
It's an easy story to listen to whilst getting on with chores. A pleasant chick lit tale which moves quite nicely whilst not taxing the brain too much!
Not if I could help it. This was the downside of the book. The narrator quite often rushed with no pauses between sentences or, even worse, between paragraphs. At some points it got so annoying I nearly stopped listening. She doesn't really put any voices on to help you know which character is talking, or when she does she's not consistent or carries it on into the narration.
Not really, most events you could see coming, but the ending did make me smile.
I will look out for more stories by this author, although I hope she gets a different narrator.
It was a chick lit story that was quite enjoyable as it was easy to listen to,
The bond of female friendships. The link between the 3 women at different stages in their life and it was vintage tea cups that brought them together.
The narrator's voice annoyed me at times, some times it was a bit rushed, and then sometimes she spoke in really girly voice.
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