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  • Meet me at the Art Cafe

    Feel good story great follow up to first book. Can't wait for next in series and to hear more about Beryl!!!

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  • Meet Me At The Art Café

    Loved the story and the characters. Develops characters from the first novel ‘Summer at the Art Café’ but works as a stand alone novel too. Couldn’t put it down once I started. A lovely bank holiday read.

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  • Loved it

    Enjoyed this even more than the first one but really hope there will be more in this series!!! You could read this first but would be so much better if you read the other art café book first!!! Enjoy

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  • Another trip to the Art Cafe - Yay!

    Jo is a single mum with secrets, struggling to make ends meet, working at the Art Cafe and living in a rough cottage on the Welsh coast, ‘upcycling’ bits and pieces to make a bit extra. Ed is the local playboy, commitment phobe – the last person she needs. Or is he? We find out a bit more about the people we met earlier at the Art Cafe – Lucy and Ash, Richard etc, and other new people, while travelling along Jo’s journey. This is an entertaining novel which kept me interested throughout – a pleasant read that I can truly recommend. I would say here that you really need to read the two books in order (Summer at the Art Cafe then this one) in order not to spoil the first story, unless you don’t mind knowing how it turns out before you start!

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  • A Great Read

    Going back to the Art Cafe feels like going home, but Meet Me at the Art Cafe works just as well as a stand alone. Sue once again creates a great story line with believable and easy to empathise with characters. I love her writing, she has such a lightness of touch and there are always lovely emotional moments and humour. Reading it was such a pleasure, it was easy to read and while I didn’t want the book to end. The ending was a satisfying one, I don’t want to give the story away but I can’t wait for her next book.

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