September Books

So I have been rubbish at this blogging thing since completing the Summer Reading Challenge. I have also not read anywhere near as much as normal. In September I only completed one book. Hopefully normal service will resume this month.

The book that I completed was The Lemon Tree Café by Cathy Bramley. This was another great read and near the top of my list of favourites that I have read so far this year. The full review will feature below. I also started another book during September, Happier At Home by Gretchen Rubin, the review for this book will feature in a separate post.

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The Lemon Tree Café
Cathy Bramley

The Lemon Tree Café was great and filled with so much warmth. This book makes you want to both go out and enjoy the sunshine and to cosy up with a blanket.

The inspiration for the café and the family links to Italy brings the sunshine and warmth to the book combined with the lovable characters especially that of the main character Rosie Featherstone and Nonna.

There are many twists and turns throughout the book, with an underlying love story as well as a strong sense of family.

This is the second Cathy Bramley book that I have read and I will definitely be reading more.

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