#BookReview of Chocolate Cake For Breakfast by Rosie Green @Rosie_Green88 @rararesources #ChocolateCakeForBreakfast #BookTour #LittleDuckPondCafe

Posted March 1, 2022 by Zoé in Book Reviews / 0 Comments

#BookReview of Chocolate Cake For Breakfast by Rosie Green @Rosie_Green88 @rararesources #ChocolateCakeForBreakfast  #BookTour #LittleDuckPondCafeChocolate Cake for Breakfast by Rosie Green
on 31st January 2022
Format: eARC
Source: Author
Pages: 181
Also by this author: Summer at The Little Duck Pond Cafe, Christmas at The Little Duck Pond Cafe, Snowed in at The Little Duck Pond Cafe, A Bakery at the Little Duck Pond Cafe, Confetti at the Little Duck Pond Cafe, Bonfires & Hot Chocolate at The Little Duck Pond Cafe, Spring at The Little Duck Pond Cafe, A Winter Wedding at the Little Duck Pond Cafe, Lemon Drizzle Mondays at the Little Duck Pond Cafe, A Cornish Summer Holiday, Lucy's Great Escape , Log Fires & Toffee Apple Cake at the Little Duck Pond Cafe, A Kiss in the Snow, A Brambleberry Manor Christmas, Sweet Pasteries and Sourdough, A Summer of Surprises, The Wedding Cake Wish , Snow Falls over Sunnybrook, The Christmas Surprise, Jingle Bells in June

After a shocking accident, Martha Munro has given up on her childhood dreams.

With her confidence shattered, even leaving the house is scary, and a promising romance with gorgeous Logan is over before it even had a chance to begin.

But cheered on by her dad and her great friend, Madison, she makes a decision that could change everything.

Can Martha find the courage to step out into the world and love again?

There was something very special about this book. Not only is it a different kind of book that we are used to with the series but I related so hard with Martha. From her migraines to her confidence to her writing for a publisher. Everything about Martha just made sense, and sorry Jaz you may have a threat for my favourite.

The reason this book was different from the other books is that it is a whole new character and her very tenuous link to the girls in Madison. Her friendship with Madison was lovely and we do see the other girls and of course Prim, but they weren’t our focus. It was about Martha as we stepped away.

This also had a different feel because it touched upon such a poignant subject of mental health, which just made this book so relevant. It just all worked for me, and I love the different styles of it too. It didn’t feel like Little Duck Pond Café but I think that is why I love it more because it was new and refreshing.

I have blitzed the last few books and now I feel at a bit of a loss now to what to read. I am looking forward to meeting the new character in the next book and seeing how she fits in.

I say it every time, but never will I ever get bored of this gorgeous series. I have been here basically from the start and I will be here with every book that follows!

Until next time xxx

Thank you to Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for the tour invite and to the author for a copy of the book for my honest and unbiased review.

About Rosie Green

Rosie Green has been scribbling stories ever since she was little. Back then they were rip-roaring adventure tales with a young heroine in perilous danger of falling off a cliff or being tied up by ‘the baddies’. Thankfully, Rosie has moved on somewhat, and now much prefers to write romantic comedies that melt your heart and make you smile, with really not much perilous danger involved at all, unless you count the heroine losing her heart in love.

Rosie’s brand new series of novellas is centred on life in a village café. Summer at The Little Duck Pond Café, published on 18th June 2018, follows the first in the series, Spring at The Little Duck Pond Café.

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