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    Love & Waffles

    I just finished "The waffle house on the pier" and now I only wanna eat waffles so badly! I think I can even smell them. Instead I'm eating an apple. Life's not fair. Once again Tilly Tennant manages to create a picture perfect scenario full of warm and relatable characters. I loved Sadie's endeavor to save the family business even with her whole family's opposition. I thought they weren't as fair as they should with her sometimes as her love for her grandma shined through every decision she made. It was sad reading about April's struggle with dementia as I'm sure most of us have lived through something similar with someone in our own family and could see ourselves in Sadie's shoes. I also loved the love triangle situation. Should you choose the one everyone says is your soulmate or the new guy everyone distrusts but you feel could be THE ONE? I rooted for one of them from the beginning and I could't be happier when at the end Sadie chose him. This was a perfect summer read and it will surely bring a smile to your face...and a craving of waffles!
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    Take me to Sea Salt Bay

    Sadie lives in beautiful Sea Salt Bay, where her grandparents run the iconic Waffle House on the pier. When her grandfather passes away, Sadie quits her teacher training program to help her Grammy keep the restaurant running. As if running a business isn’t complicated enough, she has some unresolved feelings for her ex-boyfriend Declan and things are just beginning to heat up with newcomer Luke. Throw in some family drama and what is Sadie to do? Tilly Tennant paints a wondrous picture of Sea Salt Bay and the Waffle House on the Pier. Sadie is a well developed character in the beautiful landscape. Her family dynamics are complicated. As the youngest, it seems that the family members would all like to make Sadie’s life choices for her. I would like more interactions between Sadie and her grandmother. I felt like the book started a little slowly, with a lot of internal monologue from Sadie, without much action. The second half of the book really picks up the pace. I like this book for a quick read and I’ll look to read more books from Tilly Tennant. Thank you to Tilly Tennant, Bookouture, and NetGalley for the electronic ARC in exchange for an honest review.
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    Easy cosy read

    Sadie doesn’t know where her heart lies both romantically and professionally. When her grandfather suddenly dies her family know her grandmother cannot carry on running the Waffle House that has been a fixture of Sea Salt Bay pier for as long as people can remember. Sadie can see how painful it will be for her grandmother to give up her beloved Waffle House and wants so badly to support her keep it running. This was really easy to read with some well defined characters and I liked the way it played out, not everything does work out how you want in life and I think parts of this reflected that yet it still manages to be positive and heartwarming. I would love to find out how Sadie progresses from this, hopefully there might be another Sea Salt Bay book to come
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    Sun, sand, sadness & some smooching😌

    Sadie, Sadie, conflicted lady! Romance with some sad realities encroaching on the joy🌅 🌊Of the Tilly Tennant books I've read, this one was not among my favorites but was a fine tale of budding romance and family drama by the sea. Lead protagonist Sadie is cloaked in nostalgia for her youth and is not too successful at dealing with the realities of the present which include questionable career choices and an impetuous plan to assist her grieving and ailing grandmother. Sadie's flaws made her real but a bit too flighty in my eyes. Seems being the youngest of three children has spoiled her somewhat. She's ready to scarper off on a date in the midst of a family crisis, ignore signs of serious problems hoping they will go away, and is an expert at bickering with her brother and making too friendly with an old flame who's got a new girl. I guess my inability to adore young Sadie heavily influenced my impression of the story.😕 The book starts out at a slower pace but picks up towards the end. The romance is sweet and promising (the whole story takes place in a matter of weeks) and the author included some suspenseful drama for Gammy, Sadie's waffle-making grandmother, and some tense moments in the water for Sadie & co. Thanks to publishers Bookouture and NetGalley for providing an advance copy of the book; this is my voluntary and honest review.
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    A delicious beach read

    The story of Sadie and the love of her family in The Waffle House on the Pier was sweet just like the waffles Sadie’s Gammy made. I really enjoyed reading this story as there was depth and the complications of the heart woven within the thread of the story that were realistic and relatable. If you got some time, this is a great beach read. The story took some time to develop and introduce Sadie’s love interest, Luke nearly 50 per cent through the story, but after that it seemed to pick up and become a lot more interesting. Overall, this was a cozy read that was about true-life issues, finding oneself and being open to new opportunities and love.
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