When she is given the opportunity to move to a remote tidal island off the Cornish Coast, Marisa Rossi decides some peace and quiet might be just what she needs.
Since the death of her beloved grandfather back in Italy, she’s been struggling to find a way out of her grief. Perhaps this will be the perfect place for her to recuperate.
But Mount Polbearne is a far cry from the sleepy little place she was imagining. Between her noisy piano-teaching Russian neighbour and the hustle and bustle of a busy community, Marisa finds solitude is not so easy to come by. Especially when she finds herself somehow involved with a tiny local bakery desperately in need of some new zest to save it . .
This is book four in the Little Beach Street Bakery series and was just as lovely as the other three. It was lovely to return to Polbearne and see all the characters again including Neil who is a puffin. It was nice to meet the two newcomers too and to see how they would integrate into the island’s community. It was interesting to see how different the two neighbours are, they each have personal issues that they need to overcome. I like the way Jenny has used real life situations into this story, so people don’t feel alone. Any of these books will put a smile on your face when you read about a rather portly puffin that is a bit cheeky. I loved it but wonder if we will ever return to Polbearne.
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