The Little Book Cafe – Tash’s Story #Review

Written by Georgia Hill




Escape to the seaside for a new three-part series for fans of The Canal Boat Cafe and Willow Cottage

Local estate agent Tash isn’t convinced about joining the new book club at Berecombe’s beautiful new bookshop and cafe. Dragged there by her friend Emma, she knows she needs a night out. Her boyfriend Adrian is wonderful, and adores her, but has become a bit clingy of late. So when she is introduced to a new local farmer Kit, with his scruffy beard and low-key look, it’s a breath of fresh air to chat to someone so un-Adrian. Maybe this book club idea could be fun after all!

But when Tash starts forgetting things and behaving oddly, over-protective Adrian is determined to keep her from her new interest.

But if bookclub has taught Tash anything, she should know not to judge a book by it’s    cover …




Absolutely Gorgeous!!   5 stars


A trip to Berecombe – my summer is complete! Things have moved on in the town, but the story is as delicious as ever.

Tash, manager of the local estate agents, is happily settled with her long-term boyfriend, Adrian – but lately it all seems to be about him. Her friend and co-worker Emma decides they are both going to attend the inaugural meeting of a new book club and won’t take ‘no’ for an answer. To her surprise, Tash actually rather enjoys herself – could it be something to do with the new resident, Kit?

I’ve so enjoyed my Berecombe ‘fix’. The kind of seaside town we would all like to holiday in – if not take up residence! Things have moved on since we visited Millie Vanilla’s cafe, although it still features in the story. It’s lovely to catch up with those we know and love  who are now taking a back seat with the focus shifting to new characters. As always with this author, the story is light-hearted and packed with fun and laughter whilst there is a darker side to make you think. Reading in bed, I laughed and shook with laughter so hard that my sleeping husband began to stir. So enjoyable! I’m really looking forward to the next book – it’s so good to be back I can almost smell the sea and hear the waves! An absolutely gorgeous series – it’s good to be back!

My thanks to publishers HarperImpulse for approving my copy via NetGalley. This is my honest, original and unbiased review.


Tags: rom-com


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 883 KB
  • Publisher: HarperImpulse
  • Publication Date: 17 August 2018
  • Purchase Links: Amazon UK




Meet the Author


B10Oufn2E9S._UX250_Georgia Hill writes rom-coms and historical fiction and is published by Harper Impulse, the digital-first imprint of Harper Collins.

Her first novel, Pursued by Love has now been re-released as Pride and Perdita.

She lives near the sea with her two beloved spaniels, a husband (also beloved) and a ghost called Zoe. She loves the novels of Jane Austen, eats far too much Belgian chocolate and has a passion for Strictly Come Dancing.

Find her on Twitter @georgiawrites and at




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