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    Grab your coffee mug - you're in for a treat!

    As someone who can't start her day without coffee, this hit the spot for me in more ways than one!! You will find yourself wanting to hug Jenny at times, as she steps out on her 'enforced' journey of self-discovery. It is scary for anyone when their life falls apart around them, but Jenny is falling from a dizzy height. And when you are a mum, too, that adds another layer of responsibility and worry into the mix. April was a great little character in her own right and I love the way her part, in this page-turning story, was handled. A delightful, feelgood read!
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    The perfect summer read

    Jenny Masters didn’t grow up with a privileged lifestyle, she married into it. But after years of being married to a millionaire, not needing to do anything for herself, and never having to go without, Jenny is kicked to the kerb by her cheating husband, Zachary. Needing to leave their marital home, she and her daughter April are thrown a lifeline by coffee shop owners, Noah and Elle, who give them somewhere to live, and Jenny a job. When you’re at your lowest point, with no one to turn to, fate sometimes has other plans for you. For Jenny fate may of caused her heartache, but what she brings to the people she meets in the cafe, and to her daughter and bosses is something that money could never buy. The New Beginnings Coffee Club may look, and sound like a chick-lit book, but this book goes much deeper and has you far more emotionally involved than a chick-lit book does. The characters are all realistic and each has their own story to tell. Jenny is one resilient young woman. Her world may of come crashing down on her, but she gathered the strength to pick herself up, face her fears, and move on. Imagine after being married to a millionaire, attending fancy parties, having a cook and a cleaner, and being part of an exclusive club, having to go back to basics and work in a coffee shop! It’s not just about Jenny though, it’s also about April, her daughter, Noah, Elle, and the coffee shop customers, who all have their own stories to share. The cafe is a place where people who have been through a tough time can come in, grab a brew, and feel the love. At times the emotions ran high, and I felt myself getting pulled into a story of friendship and kindness, and how being there for one another really helps people cope with problems in their lives. A feel good book, set in an idyllic little village, that gives you pure escapism. It’s a wonderful, beautiful read with a few surprises along the way to keep you on your toes. The perfect summer read, that won’t let you down.
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    The New Beginnings Coffee club

    I loved this story about new beginnings and being true to yourself to find real happiness. Heartbroken Jenny trying to get over the hurt of a cheating husband is offered her second chance at life with the lovely Noah and friend Elle. Great story.
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    Back To Basics

    Not all is what it seems in Jenny Masters' exclusive and rarefied world. On the surface she has a perfect husband - Zak is handsome, physically checks her every wishlist box and is a millionaire fashion mogul to boot. They have one adorable 10year old daughter, April, who attends an exclusive girls school and is just as fashion and appearence obsessed as all her schoolfriends. Her best friend, Chanelle, is a business owner and has just managed to rescue her beauty business with an angel investor and still has time to arrange stylish get-togethers for her daughter Skye (April's best friend) and all the girls from Oakwood School. One slight problem, well two if we're being honest. Zak is having an affair and has decided that it is stime to split. Oh and the business is on the verge of bankruptcy. Jenny is devastated, all she has ever known is the cosy world of her parent's house and then the elegance of being Mrs Zak Masters and the cachet that this brings. To top it all off Zak hasn't kept up with the school fees so April will have to leave her beloved school and friends in short order. Living in a small village can be great but it does mean everyone knows your business and wants to talk about it. It is the support network it brings that saves Jenny and reminds her of how to live her life on her terms. Saved by Noah and Elle at The Coffee Club who offer her not only a job but a roof over her and April's head it is time for Jenny to look to the future as herself and not as an adjunct to her husband. Full of warmth and a generous dash of pathos this was the perfect read for my recent holiday. Although certain plot points were flagged early and came as no surprise when finally revealed, this did not stop my enjoyment of the tale and I found I was really rooting for Jenny. Even when she is miserable and hurt Jenny is still strong and tried to make the best of every trial thrown her and April's way. I loved that the message of this book was really be true to yourself and that outward appearences are very deceptive and to trust your own judgement about what is best for you and yours. Told with a gentle humour this book is a great escape and you will find yourself promising yourself just one more chapter before turning out the light and then another and another.
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    Slightly disappointing

    Pleasant enough easy going summer read but too many "no sh*t Sherlock?!" moments from the main character Jenny, particular upon discovering her new friends' somewhat obvious pasts. Think she came across as rather dumb and a bit of a doormat certainly as far as her ex was concerned. although she was very sweet and a very nice mum.
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