All Freya has ever wanted to do is paint. So when she fails her Master’s Degree in Art, on the same day that her boyfriend decides he needs a ‘more serious’ partner, to Freya it feels like the end of the world.
Luckily, she has a saviour in the shape of best friend Lola, who invites her to the sleepy Cornish village of Polcarrow, to work in her café. With nothing keeping her in London, Freya jumps at the chance of a summer by the sea.
Freya needs time to focus on herself. But then dark and mysterious biker Angelo blows into town on a stormy afternoon, with his own artistic dreams and a secretive past, and Freya’s plans of a romance-free summer fly straight out of the window…
I really enjoyed this story about Freya she has real life issues and the author has been sensitive towards them. Freya loves to paint but her luck is not in when she fails her Degree and then her boyfriend decides to end things with her. She does not know where to turn to until Lola her best friend decides that she needs help in her Cafe. The Cafe is in Polcarrow in Cornwall. Freya leaps at the chance to get away from it all. Then she meets Angelo. There is humour, romance, secrets all wrapped into this enjoyable and delightful read. I cannot wait to read more by Jennifer, she has a really lovely way with her words and her writing is fantastic.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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