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    Enjoyable women's fiction.

    Good bread is hard to find. Getting just the right texture, density, crust, aroma, and flavor is a talent that I personally don't have. I do have a tiny handful of places I know of that can deliver perfection. Too bad this book is a work of fiction; I want to add it to my list. I want to crawl inside the pages and devour every perfect morsel the heroine created. I have read Jenny Colgan before and have had a "meh" experience, but Little Beach Street Bakery was bounds better and is my favorite book from this author to date. Much of the book reminded me a bit of the plot and community dynamics seen in the film Chocolat (2000). A newcomer who brings a much needed baking talent to her new desperate community, a villain type of character who strongly discourages it, and a tiny town who is heavily conflicted between craving the illicit food and succumbing to intimidation. Little Beach Street Bakery brings drama, heartache, humor, beauty, friendship, food, love, and light romance to a gentle and relaxing reading experience. Unfortunately though, I had a few complaints, mainly related to the poor chemistry in the romance department, the lack of added recipes, and the audiobook experience. The voices of the audiobook narrators were far too mature for the ages of the written characters. Regardless, I really enjoyed Little Beach Street Bakery overall and would recommend it to fans of chicklit/women's fiction.
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    Great British read!

    I enjoyed the British humor and colloqialisms. ....would recommend this book to women who want to laugh and maybe cry too!
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