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The Cafe by the Bridge by Lily Malone
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it was amazing

I loved the first book in this series, so this one was like settling in back at home with family and friends, it was great seeing Jake, Ella and Sam and then really getting to know Abe and learning what he had been through, and then in bounces the beautiful Taylor, a psychologist who has arrived in Chalk Hill to meet up with Abe to see if he can help her brother. MS Malone has written a beautiful story for her readers, sit back and enjoy.

Abe Honeychurch has come home to Chalk Hill after being badly scammed by a woman he thought he was in love with, he has lost his business and his personality and is suffering, and his family has stepped in and helped with him with starting the Chalk n Cheese café. He is not coping very well, but when he meets the beautiful Taylor, things start to turn around for him, but then a family secret may change things again.

Taylor is so worried about her younger brother Will after he is scammed by a woman named Amanda she sets out on a mission to uncover the truth about her and bring her to justice but to do that she will need the help of Abe and so takes a trip to the country to seek him out, when she finds him and they spend time together she loses her heart to him.

This story is moving and emotional and so very beautiful, Taylor is just such a wonderful person, she will do anything to help the people she loves and to see Abe open up and smile again was so good and to see their love grow sensually and to such happiness was perfect, and Abe was so good for Taylor, thank you MS Malone, you have left me in a happy place and looking forward to more trips to Chalk Hill, I do highly recommend this one.
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Reading Progress

February 15, 2019 – Shelved
February 15, 2019 – Shelved as: to-read
February 21, 2019 – Started Reading
February 25, 2019 – Finished Reading

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