Mar. 28th, 2017

goodreads: (Peanut: Book geek)
Title: The Bookshop on Rosemary Lane
Author: Ellen Berry
Genre: Chick-lit
Rating: 3/5
# pages: 370
Date read: March, 2017

In the beginning...

Kitty Cartwright has always solved her problems in the kitchen. Her cookbooks are her life, and there isn't an issue that "Cooking with Aspic" can't fix. Her only wish is that she had a book entitled "Rustling Up Dinner When Your Husband Has Left You".

Forty years later...

On Rosemary Lane, Della Cartwright plans to open a very special little bookshop. Not knowing what to do with the hundreds of cookbooks her mother left her, she now wants to share their recipes with the world - and no amount of aspic will stand in her way.

But with her family convinced it's a hare-brained scheme, Della starts to wonder if she's made a terrible decision. One thing's for sure: she's about to find out...

Unfortunately not the feel-good chick-lit I had hoped for, and I almost put it down at 57% because it took such an unpleasant turn. Fortunately it improved, and I enjoyed the last 40%, but I did think that the build-up was FAR too slow compared to the actual plot and resolution.

I'm surprised by all the high ratings I see on Goodreads. This only just made it up to 3 stars for me.


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