Welcome To Rosie Hopkins' Sweetshop Of Dreams - Jenny Colgan Reviews
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Newest Review: ... few weeks? ==Opinion== I had very high expectations for this book because I had loved Meet me at the cupcake café so much. ... more
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by - written on 27/05/12 (Very useful, 68 readings)
I absolutely loved Jenny Colgans last novel 'Meet me at the cupcake café' so when I saw that she was bringing out a new book which looked like it may be slightly similar I pre-ordered it and was very pleased when it arrived! ==Plot== Rosie Hopkins lives in London and works as an agency nurse after finding it difficult to get full time employment. She and her partner Gerard have recently purchased a flat and although it isn't perfect, prices are high in London so they are going to make a few changes. Her and Gerard have been together for years and whilst all her friends seem to be getting married and having babies, Rosie feels that she's happy as she is, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/03/12 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Were you a sherbet lemon or chocolate lime fan? Penny chews or hard boiled sweeties (you do get more for your money that way)? The jangle of your pocket money . . . the rustle of the pink and green striped paper bag . . . Rosie Hopkins thinks leaving her busy London life, and her boyfriend Gerard, to sort out her elderly Aunt Lilian's sweetshop in a small country village is going to be dull. Boy, is she wrong. Lilian Hopkins has spent her life running Lipton's sweetshop, through wartime and family feuds. As she struggles with the idea that it might finally be time to settle up, she also wrestles with the secret history hidden behind the jars of beautifully coloured ... Read the complete review
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