You can also follow us on Twitter. This is a really nice book for Spring, looking forward to reading Summer. You'll find it at The Café at the End of the Pier. The problem is that once you have gotten your nifty new product, the spring at the cafe at the end of the pier english edition gets a brief glance, maybe a once over, but it often tends to get discarded or lost with the original packaging. Jo is trying to get the café off of the ground and in amongst running the café and playing cupid trying to find love for others in Salthaven, could she have a secret admirer herself. The café is at the heart of the community, and Jo is determined to serve up a little romance to her customers alongside her delicious cooking.
Jo has settled into running her grandparents' little café at the end of the pier in Salthaven. She always held her grandparents' marriage up as her ideal and she hasn't found anything close to that. A feelgood novella and the continuation of the Café at the End of the Pier series. This book follows the prequel of Valentine's day where she turns up at salthaven sands to run her grandparents cafe which as the title predicts is at the bottom of the pier. The old characters are still here and I gradually get to know a little more about them and their lives. The café is at the heart of the community, and Jo is determined to serve up a little romance to her customers alongside her delicious cooking.
Jo has settled into running her grandparents' little café at the end of the pier in Salthaven. Paperwork, need I say more? The café is at the heart of the community, and Jo is determined to serve up a little romance to her customers alongside her delicious cooking. Helen also writes for Orion Books under the name Helen Rolfe. We learn more about her mother and her siblings and also more about what drove her to move to Scotland all those years ago. I am really enjoying this series and I have already pre-ordered the third because I have to know what happens. So through the previous stories I have got to know a little about the cafe and its owner Jo, how her life has changed since running the cafe. And will Jo manage to put aside her feelings for Harry in order to give the café the future she dreams of for it.
But could it be that love is right under her nose. Packing up her gear is easy and she is soon on her way. A good read by this author. ? But as a fresh opportunity threatens to tempt Jo away from the town, will she find where she belongs - and her own love story - at The Café at the End of the Pier? Will they find love at The Café at the End of the Pier? Her own love life might be non-existent, but it doesn't mean she can't bring a little bit of magic to the locals who have made her so welcome. The author has built a fabulous community around the cafe and it is a hub for grandparents, parents, teenagers, couples and those who are alone. As summer sizzles, her plans to bring the town's lonely hearts together on blind dates, each with a specially designed menu, are finally getting into full swing.
Register a Free 1 month Trial Account. Helen gives wonderful descriptions of the cafe, the people, the town and the food. The council has appointed , a leisure property specialist, to market potential opportunities for the new long-term lease of the café at the end of the pier. She's given it a spring-clean and a spruce-up and she's getting to know the locals and starting to enjoy life by the sea. So far, locations have included Melbourne, Sydney, New York, Connecticut, Bath and the Cotswolds.
Now she is running her Grandparents cafe for four months and is really getting a feel for her regular customers, and realising that there is more to the business than she originally expected. ? You'll find it at The Café at the End of the Pier. It is a wonderful story that meanders through the life of Jo, and the romantics will be spoilt for choice. He's here to help sort out the café's finances, which Jo's grandparents left in a mess, but Harry seems to have a hidden agenda and Jo isn't entirely sure spending time with him is a good idea. Spring in Salthaven brought new friendships, lost loves, and a little flirtation. A few months in and the work is hard, the days are long but the rewards are definitely worth it. And will Jo manage to put aside her feelings for Harry in order to give the café the future she dreams of for it.
The café is at the heart of the community, and Jo is determined to serve up a little romance to her customers alongside her delicious cooking. Searching for love this summer? There is a downside however as she realises that things break, things need replacing, these are the standard run of the mill problems and give her pause for thought. Part Two of the Café at the end of the Pier series was just as eventful and intriguing as the first. She is still intent on putting her own spin on the café that she has taken over from her grandparents and she is determined to make it a success…even if she may be having financial problems already. When her Gran asks her to come home and help with Café, she has qualms.
Each new instalment is like catching up with old friends. This one ends on a bit of a cliffhanger, I cannot wait for Autumn. A nice amount of romance is in the air as she tries her hand at match making again, and who is on the horizon for Jo? I can't wait to read more' - Goodreads reviewer 'Perfectly charming and totally yummy' - Amazon reviewer. ? She's given it a spring-clean and a spruce-up and she's getting to know the locals and starting to enjoy life by the sea. Since moving to Salthaven-on-Sea to help her beloved grandparents run their charming little café at the end of the pier, Jo has blossomed.