Bea has just lost her husband after 30 years of marriage. To distract herself from grief, she throws herself into her work running the Reservoir Street Kitchen in Sydney's most fashionable district.
But then an email from a café-owner in Edinburgh prompts her to take a trip to Scotland in the depths of winter - a journey of self-discovery into a secret past that she has tried to forget.
©2015 Amanda Prowse (P)2015 W F Howes Ltd
"Powerful and emotional family drama that packs a real punch." (Heat)
Most definitely.the problems with a teenage Flora are so realistic and Beas talks with her are so wise.Its so warm and cosy its like hugging a cup of hot chocolate.
When Bea finds out who Alex is.
No but I hope I can find some more books read by her.what a soothing calming voice she has.
Not one moment but each talk between Bea and Flora .
If Amanda Prowse can write stuff like this she should be a councellor I am sure she could sort out my family's problems if this book is anything to go by.
This is the first book I've had from this author but I will definitely look for more , it was a good story and narrated well
Scottish winter theme
not really. the characters are not complex enough
I got an impression that the writer tries to hard to force her point of view on things through main characters... it's a shame
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