A Nice Cup of Tea
Five retired friends, Theresa, Carol, William, Benjamin, and Sally created La Mosaique, a little restaurant on the streets of Bellevue-sur-Mer. But they’re in some trouble because their restaurant is struggling to stay afloat. On top of this, Sally and Theresa have their own personal demons they have to deal with. Can theses close friends get past their distractions and save their restaurant? It’s a perfect book for anyone who loves drama, mystery, and reading about the characters’ everyday lives. This book being set in France means that some characters in the book did not speak English. This makes the book harder and more complicated to read. It was slow in the beginning made it difficult to keep reading. It did feel like it also dragged on. Although, when I got towards the end It got more exciting and fast-paced. The author did do a good job at describing the characters and giving a story to them. She also did well to explain how the characters were feeling. There were little step by step recipes in every chapter making it more interesting and special. I do not recommend this book for younger readers because of the mature parts.
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