Run away to Sea Salt Bay, where the sand is warm and soft, the sea is a perfect blue, and a candy-coloured waffle house is about to change Sadie’s life…
For as long as she can remember, Sadie’s grandparents have run the waffle house on the pier at Sea Salt Bay. With its pretty painted chairs, sweet smells, and the warm advice of her beloved grandparents, the waffle house is like a second home.
But when Sadie’s grandfather dies, leaving her grandmother without an anchor, Sadie must make a difficult decision. She quits her job and moves back home, determined to keep things going. The trouble is, she knows nothing about running a business, and learning at a million miles an hour with a shop full of hungry people isn’t easy. When she nearly burns the waffle house down, she has to admit she needs to get some help.
Her ex-boyfriend Declan promises to be there for her but Sadie worries that getting too close is a mistake – especially as he has a new girlfriend now. And anyway she’s just met newcomer Luke, with his gorgeous suntan and mellow voice…
Sadie’s family have always loved Declan and they’re not too sure about Luke, leaving Sadie unsure which way to turn. A terrible accident at sea forces her to look into her heart, but what if it’s already too late to tell the right man that she loves him?
Every book I have read by Tilly, always brings a smile to my face. This story got even better when the word waffle house came into view. I liked the fact it was something a bit different from the norm and I am a huge lover of waffles so that helps too. This is Sadie and her families story where we see a devastating loss and the family has to decide what to do about the waffle house. I was expecting to hear more about the waffles but when you read the whole story you can see why. It is more about the family and how they cope with yet more heartbreak amongst other things. There is a little bit of romance in here too that made me smile. If you want to just get away for a bit, I would recommend this read.
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