The Beach Cafe - Lucy Diamond Reviews
Description:ISBN 0330520539 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Lucy Diamond / Paperback / 272 Pages / Book is published 2011-06-03 by Pan
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by - written on 07/07/13 (Very useful, 53 readings)
Whilst recently browsing for a book to read on my holiday to Cornwall, I stumbled across this novel by Lucy Diamond. The premise of the novel already sounded right up my street, but when I read that it was based in Cornwall, I decided it would be the perfect read for my holiday. Evie Flynn is in her early thirties, drifting through life with no definite plan or career ambitions. She is stumbling along with her boyfriend, Matthew, who is the complete opposite to her and tears his hair out at her lack of planning for the future. Her sisters are both settled with children, and take great amusement from Evie's failed career attempts. When her beloved aunt, ... Read the complete review
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