Book Review – Snowflakes Over The Starfish Cafe By Jessica Redland

Synopsis

Welcome to The Starfish Café – where you will find stunning views, delicious food and lifelong friendships.

Two broken hearts.

Since she inherited The Starfish Café, Hollie has poured her heart into the business, striving to keep her mother’s traditions and warm-hearted spirit alive. But behind closed doors Hollie is searching for true happiness as she grieves the tragic loss of her family who were once the beating heart of the café…

An unexpected meeting.

Jake lives by two rules: don’t let anyone get close and don’t talk about what happened. Little does he know that a chance meeting at The Starfish Café, facilitated by a fluffy lost dog, is about to turn his world upside down…

The chance to love again.

Can Hollie and Jake break down the barriers that have been holding them back from finding love and happiness, before Christmas comes around? After all, with courage, nothing is impossible…

Join top 10 bestseller Jessica Redland for a magical winter at the seaside, where love blossoms and lifelong friendships are made. 

Published Date: 31 August 2021

My Review

Hollie took over Starfish cafe after her mother no longer around. Christmas is a season that she love before all her family member left her. Now being alone, she trying to keep the tradition alive. Jake rescued an abandoned dog and took it to the cafe. There is an instant spark between them which both of them are trying hard to avoid. Whilst Hollie love Christmas, Jake dreading the approach of Christmas. 

It is a sad and emotional read for me. Both the main characters have their own emotional struggle within them and being a reader, their emotion tends to get to me. It saddened me to read about them being so young are subjected to so much sadness and heartache. It is a story about relationship between family and friends, loss of loved ones, grief and eventually emotional recovery. 

My Rating

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