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Summer at the Kindness Cafe

Narrated by: Heather Long
Length: 9 hrs and 45 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary

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Publisher's Summary

Summer at the Kindness Cafe was previously published as a four-part serial titled Random Acts of Kindness. This is the complete story in one package.

Escape to the beautiful town of Littlewood with Victoria Walters, a heartwarming listen perfect for fans of Cathy Bramley, Holly Hepburn and Jo Thomas.

Welcome to Brew, a cafe where kindness is almost as important as coffee...almost!

Meet the three women whose lives are about to change forever:

Abbie has fled London and the humiliation of not being able to make rent after being made redundant. Her sister, Louise, unlucky in love, has thrown herself into her career at the local hospital. And Eszter, who has travelled from Hungary with her daughter Zoe, hoping to fulfil her husband's dying wish...to reunite his family.

This summer these three very different women are inspired by the random acts of kindness written up on the Kindness Board at Brew and decide to make a pact to be kinder to others and to themselves....

Can a little bit of kindness really change your life? Eszter, Abbie and Louise are about to find out! 

©2019 Victoria Walters (P)2019 Simon & Schuster UK

Critic Reviews

"This is one of the genre's standout stars - there is so much heart in this book." (heat magazine)

"Warmth and kindness on every page." (Sheila O’Flanagan)  

"I adored Summer at the Kindness Café - it's such a cosy, heart-warming read." (Jennifer Joyce)

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  • 08-03-19

Ok..but

This story has a lot going for it. A shame that the author settled for the easy outcomes rather than working on a more nuanced tale. The endless repetitions of each character’s back story became an irritant. It felt like filler so the author could reach s required number of words. The two stars are for the smile the story brought.