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    Sheer delight.

    Ihave read all the Budbury books and am sad that Auburn's is the final story. But i have really enjoyed getting to know the wonderful characters and being part of their lives. Sometimes happy, sometimes sad but always well worth reading.
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    Back To Budbury

    3.5 Stars I'm not really surprised this is the last in the series as it felt like Budbury had run it's course and there was nothing really new to add to the story of this bizarre and charming little town. This was an okay read but it somehow felt a little flat and damp squibbish compared to the others in the series. Maybe there just wasn't enough of the enigmatic Cherie Moon to lift it. Whilst I enjoyed Auburn's story there were few surprises after the initial revelation during the "hen do". Do you know, I can't even remember who it was getting married - I want to say Kate and Matt but I'm really not too sure (admittedly I finished this book 3 weeks before writing the review). What's more I remember little about the wedding apart from the fact it had a Zombie theme - typical Budbury off the wall choice there. This was a holiday read and it fitted in well to the relaxed atmosphere of a hotel room and the general feeling of "lots of day and no plans". This would probably have had a much lower rating if I'd read it at home between the normal frenzy of shift work and general day to day. I'm wracking my brains to remember anything outstanding about the story and I really can't - somehow the love triangle with Auburn at it's centre failed to captivate me and there really wasn't enough of the other characters in this one for them to stand out either. So zombie wedding and love triangle is what stays with me (to be honest some of that was jarred loose by a quick read through some other reviews). However, my notebook shows I rated this 3/4 * so I'll stick with that.
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    Perfect

    A perfect book to read on holidays or at any other time .. The storyline are so real the characters people we all know .. there should be a chain of comfort food cafes across the country so many of life's problems could be solved ..
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    Cake, drama, second chances and more cake!

    Auburn Longville is the former wild child turned pharmacist, brilliant red hair (hence the name) with a few bad habits (trying to stop smoking, drinks too much on occasion), she has turned her life around and her new relationship with Finn Jensen seems to be going really well. Then, in what Auburn refers to as 'Diary Irony', someone from her past comes to sleepy Budbury to stir things up and lead Auburn to question her life. I've got to say I just love this series, set in a small village and centred on the Comfort Food Cafe run by the eccentric Cherie it's full of delicious cake, wild parties, real life family dramas and second chances. This book is yet another gem. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
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