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It Started with a Pirate by Kirsty Ferry

It Started with a Pirate

Coffee, cake and cats …

These are a few of Lexie Farrington’s favourite things, and when she walks into the Thistledean Café in Edinburgh, she’s delighted to find all three: coffee, cake, a big black cat on a purple lead being held by a very grumpy-looking pirate. Read More

A Summer to Remember in Herring Bay by Angela Britnell

A Summer to Remember in Herring Bay

Essy Havers is good at finding things. Her company specialises in helping clients track down anything, from missing china pieces to rare vintage clothing. But now Essy has something more important to find: herself.
Essy has always been curious about her mother’s secret past and her Cornish roots. Read More

Just Friends by Lucy Keeling

Just Friends

A fun follow-on from Make It Up To You. This is Polly’s story.

Friends do nice things for each other, right?
That’s what Polly Bowman tells herself when she agrees to be her friend Bailey’s ‘fake girlfriend’ to help him keep a promise to his family. Read More

Escape to the Art Cafe

Heartbreak and cake at the Art Café …

It was meant to be the perfect romantic holiday. But then Flora Bexton’s boyfriend does the unthinkable, and she responds in the only logical way: she steals his motorbike and escapes for a holiday by herself on the Welsh coast. Read More

Summer at the Art Cafe

From watercolours and cupcakes to leather jackets and freedom … Read More