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Tea House in the Lime Trees

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The Teahouse in the Lime Trees

Will the Coffeeholic find a new love?

Coffeeholic Claire, blissfully in love, answers an ad for her dream job—as a travelling companion to Italy; the home of food, culture, art, fashion and of course, COFFEE. Things seem perfect when Tom announces he too has a job in the Home of Coffee.

But her plans unravel quickly. Claire finds herself in Dimb
Paperback, 250 pages
Published May 2014 by Boolarong Press
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Lauren K
Jul 24, 2014 Lauren K rated it really liked it
A couple of years ago I read the fun and witty chic lit novel set in far North Queensland, The Coffeeholic and the Cafe (also known as All You Need is Love and Coffee) by Elizabeth Martin. So, I was quite interested to see where the story would lead when I was contacted about reading Martin’s sequel, Tea House in the Lime Trees.

Claire and her boyfriend Bruce have had a blissful couple of months travelling North Queensland, but as their finances start to dwindle they decide it’s time to find some
Nov 08, 2015 Helen rated it liked it
This light and amusing novel is set in the Dimbulah area, which was the main reason I read it. After a mis-understanding and a bit of treachery on the part of two Italian sisters, Claire and her boyfriend end up separated for three months - each thinking they are headed for the same coffee capital of the world. However Bruce ends up in PNG and Clair in Dimbulah, not in Italy as planned - ironically no acknowledgement is given that this area IS well known for its coffee nowadays. What happens to ...more
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