Me, You and Tiramisu by Charlotte Butterfield
Format: Kindle Edition
Published: Feburary 23, 2017
Print Length: 242 pages
The love story of the year!
Fall in love with the perfect feel-good romance for fans of Katie Fforde, Jill Mansell and Carole Matthews.
Life for self-confessed bookworm Jayne Brady couldn’t be better – she has a twin sister she adores, a cosy little flat above a deli and now she’s found love with her childhood crush, gorgeous chef Will. But when Will becomes a Youtube sensation, thanks to his delicious cookery demos (both the food and his smile!), their life of contentment come crashing down around them. Can Jayne have her Tiramisu and eat it?
My honest thoughts on this book:
It truly is a beautiful love story! I am so glad I picked it as my read of the week because as soon as I start reading it, I knew I would be in an incredible company of lovable characters and a vibrant storyline.
And what a delectable book cover! I have just finished reading this book, and I will be posting my review in next couple of days but in the meantime pop over to my post called "Virtual Cup of Tea/Coffee with Charlotte Butterfield, the author of Me, You and Tiramisu!
In my opinion, Charlotte Butterfield has chosen the right profession. The authors sharp, witty and vibrant writing is oozing right out of the pages of her book Me, You and Tiramisu ( previously published as Very Nearly Perfect).
Me, You and Tiramisu is a scrumptious love story that had me hooked on every word from the first chapter right to the end.
The theme of this book is warm, bubbly and chock full of delightful cooking that is masterfully stirred with engaging characters.
I loved following Jane and Will's story. Their chance meeting at the dentist ( of all the place!) is prologue to a fabulous life story that sees them shooting to the stardom (mainly Will's handsome looks and crashing down to the lowest low ( Jayne) when she battles with Will's sudden appearance in the highlight.
While Will takes to celebrity status with the natural grace and hunger, quite a private Jayne finds it overwhelming and suffocating. It impacts on her personal life as well as professional one.
The supporting cast of characters pulls the whole story beautifully together. I adored fun and outgoing Jayne's twin sister Rachel. Both girls have not had it easy growing up which made their bond even stronger in adulthood. As well as Rachel I was taken by Will's right-hand man Bernard and the twins grandmother Helen and Jayne's best friend Abi. With their unnerving support and love Will, Jayne and Rachel learn what matters the most in life.
A huge thank you to Harper Impulse for approving my request in exchange for a fair review.
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