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Publisher's Summary

Charlie has a new helper on her bus, her free-spirited and loveable cousin Delilah, who’s paid a visit to the charming Cornish village of Porthgolow and is helping out on Charlie’s adorable cream tea bus.

When the Director of a new TV series filming further along the coast tells Delilah that the bus would be the perfect addition to their onsite catering, she takes him a bit too literally. Charlie and Delilah find themselves caught up in the filming of a lavish period drama, and it isn’t long before Delilah finds herself drawn to the handsome male lead.

But Delilah has made a habit of making rash decisions, and it’s one of the reasons she’s hiding out in Cornwall. Could this be one impulsive step too far, or is a change of direction the start of something quite unexpected?

©2020 Cressida McLaughlin (P)2020 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

Critic Reviews

"Captivating." (Heat Magazine)

"Beautiful...heartwarming." (Zara Stoneley)

"A wonderful ray of reading sunshine." (Heidi Swain)

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Sooooo good. I love the characters!

A little long winded but overall very good!
Sam is dreamy and Lila a laugh!

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  • Hattie Dent
  • 03-29-21

lovely

really nice book, love the storyline. my only issue is a don't like that the accents or how she reads place names are totally different to the 1st book

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  • Dewdrop
  • 01-14-21

A very decent sequel

The narrator and the narrative have changed in this second book from the first and I found it rather difficult to get used to at first. But I did and enjoyed it.
As with book 1, the female lead in this second book has irritated me with her rashness and inability to see things from other people's perspectives. But that isn't a criticism of the book, indeed it is the character's personality traits that have rubbed me up the wrong way.
This was a worthy sequel but I am slightly apprehensive to listen to the third book now as I wonder if someone else will fly off the handle without weighing up the situation properly first...

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  • sarah
  • 09-11-20

Loved it!

Accents different to first book but great story so soon got used to. Thoroughly enjoyed

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  • Katherine Shippam
  • 09-10-20

Loved it!

Great book, a beautiful story and good to have another instalment of the cornish cream tea bus.

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  • j chaplin
  • 08-28-20

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Good that the story followed on but when using a different narrator why don’t they at least try to do the same accent as the original. Julia is french and in the first book had an accent in this one nothing! I wish the author’s would use the same person throughout all the related books

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  • Clare Frances Davies
  • 07-30-20

Sunny, fun, but corny

In the next instalment can we please have some decent cakes onboard the Cornish Cream Tea bus? Muffins and halloumi bites just don't cut it! Also, a cream tea would NEVER be served with 'mugs' of tea - that's sacrilege! Apart from that, an upbeat & pleasant, if not predictable story with great narration.

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  • Dumetella
  • 05-27-20

njaaahhh

I really struggled to finish it... The book is not badly written, there it's a story, but the so called heroin is an airhead with a complete lack of impulse control and total inability to learn from her mistakes. I was sick and tired of her after the first seven chapters and my opinion never recovered.