The Cornish Cream Tea Summer By Cressida McLaughlin

The Cornish Cream Tea Summer By Cressida McLaughlin


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…

My Thoughts:

We are back in Cornwall in a little village called Porthgolow, where Charlie is in her element serving cream teas in her late Uncle Hal’s bus, business is good and all is going well. Charlie’s cousin Delilah turns up unexpectantly, but why is she here? the last time her and Charlie were together things didn’t go to well. Delilah gets a chance to make things right with Charlie and helps her serve customers on the cream tea bus and also helps her get a spot working on a film set. It all happens fairly quickly and will love blossom between Delilah and a dashing man who is also the male lead. Will her secret finally come out as to why she is here in Cornwall? I read the first book in the series and enjoyed it, this one was good too, I liked the fact because I had read the first book I knew some of the characters and their background. There is a great bunch of characters that make this book come to life but also the descriptions of where they are in Cornwall, it so makes me want to go there and experience it for myself. I look forward to seeing what happens in the next installment.

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