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  • Great Read

    If stories have a colour, this one is yellow. For the lemons, the sunshine, and the warm summer days. Everything about this book screams 'holiday read', even if the characters' lives aren't all smooth sailing. I didn't find all of the storylines predictable, and I wasn't entirely sure who would end up with whom, or how the HEAs would be reached - which is something I definitely valued. Recipes are a big part of the book, and I would have loved to have seen some listed at the end so I could capture some of The Sunshine and Biscotti Club in my own house. I enjoyed all of the characters but found Libby and Jessica a bit same-y. I could read their chapters without really knowing which one of them I was with. I would read a sequel, though - I think they'd all be fun to be around at Christmas. I love their shared history, and the memories each held of when they were younger. The book is a fun, easy read, not too taxing and great for relaxing with. The part that has actually stayed with me, though, is a little deeper - the idea that no one else judges you as harshly, watches as closely, berates you as much as you judge, watch, or berate yourself. I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in return for an honest review.

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  • The Sunshine and Biscoti Club

    On the one hand this was not a deep or demanding read. Old friends were called up to help Libby renovate her aunt's hotel and then each pours out their life's problems to one another rather as we might in everyday life – so nothing new there. On the other hand, the sheer number of friends and all of their intertwining and flaws and problems did tend to make the book drag.

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  • Loved it

    Felt like I was on my own Italian summer holiday. Transported me back to my own Italian trips. Would read more by thus author.

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  • The Sunshine and Biscotti Club

    A light, summery, pageturner book....enjoyed it....albeit i have to admit that it didnt portray the real Tuscan life

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  • Sunshine lemons & biscotti to love

    Lovely holiday read with lots of different characters. Story unpredictable but easy & fun to read. A real sunshine warmer on these damp January days.

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