The Little Book Café: Emma’s Story
Escape to the seaside for a new three-part series for fans of The Canal Boat Cafe and Willow Cottage
When Emma she discovers that Berecombe’s fabulous book café is running a literary course for beginners, she is excited to give it a try. She’s always wanted to study more, and it doesn’t hurt that Joel, the suave and charming new teacher is pretty easy on the eye…
Emma works in the estate agents along side Tash who we met in the first book. Emma and Tash joined the Little Cafe’s book club. Run by Amy which runs in the same building as Millie Vanillas cupcakes. Which is so lovely because you get to catch up on all the characters from Georgina’s first book. I just love how these books are interwoven.
Emma lives at home with her parents and her brother. She is da ...more
This part is all about Emma who learns the book cafe are offering a literacy course so decides to join and give it a try. Prob ...more
Another l ...more
The story this time follows Emma, who works alongside Tash (who was the main character of the first novella) as an ...more
Emma’s Story is the second book in the three part series. I didn’t enjoy this one as much as the others, but still liked meeting all the characters again. Emma works with Tash in the town’s real estate agents and is quite frustrated and bored with her life.
“There was always too much noise and too many arguments going on in this house. And, at the same time, nothing ever changed.”
Emma is a member of the small book club in Berecombe, along with Tash and Amy (from the other 2 books) and ...more
Again this story has a darker side, Joel her attract ...more
Again a quick entertaining read though.
This was part 2 in a 3-part series and I raced through, much like with the first part. Yes they're short but they are just so fast paced you cannot put them down! The wider story is about a book club that meets at a cafe/bookshop - we met Tash in Book 1 and now it's Emma's turn to be highlighted.
Emma has been with Ollie since school and is beginning to wonder if their futur ...more
We met Emma in the first instalment of this series... she works in the Estate Agents with Tash. They joined the Little Café's Book Club which is run by Amy in the adjoining building to Millie Vanilla's Cupcake Café.
I love that we get to catch up with characters from the first instalment.
Emma lives at home with her parents a ...more
This book is book 2 in the Little book cafe series. The book follows Emma's story. Estate Agent Emma questions her life when a new Estate Agent starts at her office. She feels uneducated, compared to the other staff, as she didn't really like school, and has few qualifications. She has been going to the book club at the cafe, as she likes books and reading. She meets Joel an older,charming and sophisticated tutor who encourages her to join hi ...more
This time round we find out more about Emma who works in the estate agent's office alongside Tash, who was the focus of the first book in this lovely series. As a member of the Book Club, now a permanent fixture thanks to Millie, Emma get the opportunity to further her education. Never a star at school, she know ...more
The plot isn't a gritty read like the first book but simmers gently in a charming easy to read ...more
I enjoyed this book. It was nice to read about Emma, having first been introduced to her in Tash's story. I did think that at the start of the book, she didn' ...more
Emma is a realtor who loves Ross Poldark and all things literature. When she finds out that there is a literature course being held at the Little Book Café , she signs up for it. Will she be able to find her Ross Poldark at the class? Read on and find out for yourself.
This was a pretty good chic-lit romance novel and the second installment of the Little Book Café Seri ...more
I thought the characters being split into sections to tell their own story was a great idea, and I loved all 3 of the girls in the book. It was a heartwarming story and perfect for this time of year. It also makes you put yourself in someone else’s shoes, you never know what is ...more
I loved this book, I started reading this book yesterday and it took me a day to read it, that's how great it is.
Emma and Ollie lose their way a little, Emma loved Poldark the series and starts going to a book club, only to get fascinated by Joel, who in my opinion is a jerk.
Ollie is involved with the RNLI and is very excited about the training, Emma gets bored with hearing about it, and they do break up, read the book to find out what happens between them, and the other characters in ...more
Emma and Olly have been together since their school days and seem to be just plodding along. A series of lectures at the Book Shop Cafe with the intellectual Joel leave Emma wondering whether Olly really is the one or if she is destined for better things.
Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for an advanced read copy of this book in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.
These are brilliant short stories that give you different insights to the lives of the close group of friends.
A perfect read to curl up with and get to know these lovely characters at the little book cafe
Thank you NetGalley, Harper Impulse, and Killer Reads for an eARC!
Dear Emma such an interesting character her journey of self discovery is so well written. She is so down to earth a lot like the village she was born in, smart & self educated. I would love to meet her she and I share a great admiration for Ross Poldark ha ha. Hers proved a bit costly but also brought a new understanding of what matters in her life. Loved it! ...more