Don’t Go Baking My Heart is published today

The first part of The Cornish Cream Tea Bus is published today in ebook.  It’s called Don’t Go Baking My Heart, and is full of sunshine and cakes and romance, and everything you need to distract you from the rain outside the window. (If your weather is anything like ours, then it is feeling distinctly un-Junish).

Here is the blurb:

IMG_2046 2Baking fanatic, Charlie Quilter, is surprised when her late uncle bequeaths his vintage bus to her in his will. Charlie thinks it will be the perfect mobile café for afternoon tea, and when her friend, Juliette, suggests Charlie comes to stay with her in the picturesque Cornish village of Porthgolow, she’s thrilled at the chance of a new start.

Charlie and her cute dog, Marmite, make new friends wherever their bus stops – except for the attractive but reclusive owner of the posh spa up on the hill, Daniel Harper, who isn’t very pleased that her bus is parked outside his lovely hotel.

Has Charlie’s Cornish dream developed a soggy bottom? Or can she convince Daniel that her bus could be the start of something wonderful for the little village – and for them?

You can buy it from all good ebook retailers for 99p, and if you do read it I’d love to know what you think.  You can get in touch with me via my contact form, or on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram – I’d love to hear from you! And, as always, reviews on Amazon or Goodreads are amazing, and really do make a difference.

And part 2, The Eclair Affair, is out in a fortnight, so you don’t have too long to wait between instalments this time!

Happy Thursday, and happy reading!

Cress xx

 

 

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