The Little Teashop of Broken Hearts

The Little Teashop of Broken Hearts A deliciously charming romance perfect for fans of Caroline Roberts Jane Linfoot and Debbie Johnson From fairy cakes to first dates Maddie Lamington s dreams are crumbling around her If she doesn t

  • Title: The Little Teashop of Broken Hearts
  • Author: JenniferJoyce
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A deliciously charming romance, perfect for fans of Caroline Roberts, Jane Linfoot and Debbie Johnson From fairy cakes to first dates Maddie Lamington s dreams are crumbling around her If she doesn t come up with a plan to save her little teashop on Sweet Street soon, it might be too late So when she sees how the perfect apple crumble brings together her lonely father A deliciously charming romance, perfect for fans of Caroline Roberts, Jane Linfoot and Debbie Johnson From fairy cakes to first dates Maddie Lamington s dreams are crumbling around her If she doesn t come up with a plan to save her little teashop on Sweet Street soon, it might be too late So when she sees how the perfect apple crumble brings together her lonely father and faithful customer Birdie, inspiration strikes she ll set up a dating night involving all her sweetest bakes.Luckily, seriously gorgeous Caleb is on hand to help sprinkle a little magic and a lot of sugar Could one night of scrumptious first dates fix Maddie s heartbreak and save her beloved teashop, too

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    1. 4 - "Speed dating with cake!" Stars!I seem to be gravitating to the world of chick-lit a lot in my reading preferences lately, and in doing so am noticing the trend for the heroine of the story to be the owner of a coffee shop or café type establishment, The Little Teashop of Broken Hearts sticks wholly to that trend, and like many of its predecessors, it was a really enjoyable read.Maddie Lamingon is our heroine in question this time, and while she loves her little eatery, being on the outskir [...]

    2. My teeth hurts with so much sweetness (pun totally intended).I usually avoid reading such romances but after ditching three books in one day, this one felt just about right.Glad I didn't write this off. By the time I finished it, i was actually smiling

    3. 4,5 starsMaddie owns a teashop on Sweet Street, but her business isn't going very well and if things don't pick up, she might have to close the shop and all she has worked so hard for will be gone. When her father and a customer Birdie become friends over an apple crumble, she gets an idea to start a new service-speed dating with cakes. Birdie's son Caleb comes to help Maddie as well. Maddie's friends, Caleb and cakes make the perfect combination to save the gorgeous cafe and along the way the g [...]

    4. Thank you to Netgalley, Harper Collins Uk and Jennifer Joyce for the opportunity to read this book for an honest review. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance reader copy of this book. You can find my review on both and . On from today under Karen Whittard and on under k.e.whittard from publication date. Lovely, lovely, lovely read. Perfect getaway reading. A must buy, must read for fans of chick lit, romance, culinary reads, and anyone who likes sweet and heartwarming reads. Perfect. I have mass [...]

    5. This is one of those books that entices you with a really pretty cover and draws you in with delicious sounding desserts with the most heartwarming set of characters and the quaintest sounding teashop. It's ideal for curling up with on a cold afternoon with your very own cup of tea. You'd better get some delicious cakes in before you start reading because you won't want to be torn away from the book!Maddie has a tea shop on Sweet Street which is off the main high street throughfare and they are [...]

    6. For fans of Jenny Colgan and the Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend comes a tale best enjoyed with warm tea and cozy socks. A whimsical small-town yarn spun with colourful characters and an inviting voice. A whiff of romance balances the development of a young woman who is finding herself and stable footing amidst a cast of eccentrics. With thanks to Netgalley for the review copy

    7. Originally published at Desert Island Book ReviewsWhat do you get when you combine speed dating and cake? Apparently, a wildly successful formula for saving your teashop. At least, that was Maddie’s experience in A Little Teashop of Broken Hearts. While I don’t buy that this would have worked in real life, it made for a great story here, and since I also enjoyed the development of the characters’ relationships, I gave this book four stars.The first bit of the book reads more like standard [...]

    8. Originally posted on: albainbookland/2017/06As you can tell from the title, The Little Teashop of Broken Hearts is all about tea, cake and love. The story starts with a broken heart, Maddie's, who after breaking it up with her fiancé decides to finally open her own teashop. The problem is that nobody has noticed it so far so her customers are really scarce. What I liked about this story is that it had a very original idea behind the main plot: speed dating with cake. I especially liked the firs [...]

    9. All reviews can be found on my blog at thewritinggarnet.wordpressWhen I first saw the cover and title for Jennifer’s book, I felt a sense of Deja vu and it took me a good while to work out why. But then, as I was trawling for more books (to add to my 42254456 (estimate) unread books on my TBR pile, I worked out why I got deja vu. The title is incredibly similar to a book that was published last year by a different author, but it really caught me off guard as I thought I had already read Jenni [...]

    10. Cute and fun story! I liked the setting, Maddie and Caleb, and all the desserts mentioned. Made me want to bake something. I hope the author writes more books of this setting and characters!

    11. Having now finished reading The Little Teashop of Broken Hearts, I have just realised how hungry a large amount of the book has made me. There are so many mentions of delicious cakes being described, that I can only suggest you have some snacks ready, while you eat, as I suddenly have a large craving for cake, or maybe some of Maddie's apple crumble given her father, and also regular customer Birdie seem to love it so much! Or maybe I should eat some of the little servings of cakes that Maddie s [...]

    12. The little teashop of broken hearts was just magical. There is a lot of love blossoming throughout the book with a lot of the characters getting together. Maddie is the owner of the little teashop, shes a huge passion for baking and just wants her teashop to succeed. We see her fight to keep it open by introducing a dating night where people come and like speed date and taste a range of desserts in the hope they return to the teashop. I would thoroughly recommend this book and is it is so cheerf [...]

    13. A nice light romance with lots of yummy sounding baked goods. Just what I needed after having read several heavy duty books lately. The idea of speed dating with cakes sounds like a winner, and reminds me of my idea of speed dating with books, which never actually happened at my library, but sounded like a fun idea. It was just too bad no recipes were included!

    14. The first moment I spotted this book at NetGalley I thought, what? The same title? Of course not, only a very similar one to the one and only "The Lonely Bookshop of Lonely Hearts" by Annie Darling. I think, as much as I love chick - lit and books set in bookshops, teashops and cafes, that the idea is slowly being over - used. Do the authors continue write such books because the formula proved to be very popular? I, of course, don't mean this particular novel - because if I were tired of such th [...]

    15. In The Little Teashop of Broken Hearts, Jennifer Joyce serves up a tale of romance and friendship just as sweet and delicious as a cake baked by Maddie Lamington. I really love Jennifer’s books. None of them ever fail to put a smile on my face when reading them. With The Little Teashop of Broken Hearts, I was snatching any moment I could just to read a few more pages and grinning from ear to ear when doing so. It’s an uplifting read with romances brewing from every corner and I adored every [...]

    16. Absolutely delightful Brit chick lit--my favorite genre! Maddie had opened the bakery that she always dreamed of owning; the only problem is she can't get customers into the shop. However, a connection between customers over apple crumble inspires her to combine dating with desserts. Through a loveable cast of characters and a dreamy love interest, everything works out. Sure, it's a little contrived, and the ending ties up loose ends a bit too neatly, but if you're picking up a book with a cover [...]

    17. Maddie's a first class baker but lacks in business skills. Her teashop is full of sweet treats, on a lovely lane and is in danger of being shut if she can't come up with a way to turn a profit. In addition to her work woes, she's also still bruised from a very bad engagement break up, a year and a half ago. It was a little slow getting off the ground but it picked up around chapter 10/11. If there was one thing that drove me insane, it was that Maddie was literally giving her profits away by com [...]

    18. Firstly, the whole idea behind this book is that Maddie (the owner of the teashop) needs to change her business model - and fast - as she's not making any money from her dream job. To save having a whole book about how Maddie does this, she could have just stopped giving away lots of cake to family and friends 'It's on me' or baking up batches of stuff just because it was her staff's favourite But that's just no fun. So in terms of being a book, it was good. A light hearted read with some funny [...]

    19. Since this story was about tea and cake, and I like both, I thought I would give this book a try. I liked the idea of Maddie owning her own tea shop. She had a tough go of it until she came up with the idea of speed dating and eating. Then the tea shop had plenty of customers. She also found romance along the way. The only thing I did not like was all of the alcohol drinking and references to sex in this book.

    20. No, just no!!! Long, painful sweetness and cuteness. I thought it would never end! I’m not a chick lit reader so this was my fault. Got it for 2.99 @ Bookbub; pretty sure I need to give B.B. away as the choices are mostly too sweet for my taste.

    21. A Sweet StoryEven though you know where the characters will end up, reading how they get there was fun. I liked that conflicts don't go on and on. Most get resolved fairly quickly, but new problems are soon on the way. A relaxing read!

    22. After a steady diet of wartime era and family saga books, this little piece of sweetness was a welcome change. Misunderstandings galore with a satisfying ending. And what’s not to like about cake! Recommended as a quick, enjoyable read.

    23. Quaint. I could see this as part of a series maybe. I saw a lot of the pairings coming, but not the worst 99 cents I've ever spent

    24. Should be called "The Little Teashop of Not Broken Hearts". Good book. Easy, light-hearted read with some laughs.

    25. Sweet little fluff of a book. Just finished reading a heavy-duty book and wanted something light, this fit the bill.

    26. Cute and cosy light romance. Personally I think the author went over the top by naming the main character Madeleine Lamington, way too twee. Everything else about this book was a fun and quick read. My copy was provided by NetGalley for review but my opinions are my own.

    27. Maddie runs a small teashop on Sweet Street but needs to come up with an idea to increase revenue. One of her favourite customers, Birdie, helps along with the staff of the teashop. Caleb, Birdies grandson is also on the scene, but Maddie has had her heart broken once and she doesn't want it broken again. It took a while to get going, but once I had read the 1st few chapters I was hooked. A good book.

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