The Cafe by the Bridge

The Cafe by the Bridge

Fresh and down-to-earth in style, Australian author Lily Malone returns with a sparkling new 'Chalk Hill' romance that will appeal to all romance readers, from contemporary to rural romance. Perfect for readers who love Rachael Johns.

Child psychologist Taylor Woods needs a man. Flashy restaurateur Abel Honeychurch to be specific. Abe can help her get justice for her brother, Will. Taylor knows Abe, too, was scammed by the same woman who broke her brother's heart and stole everything in his pockets.

But bringing a lying, cheating scammer to justice isn't easy when all Abe wants to do is forget the whole sorry saga. He's returned to his home town of Chalk Hill to lick his wounds and repay his debts, renovating his nanna's house and opening the Chalk 'n' Cheese cafe.

He's miserable. And it would be easier to stay miserable if everyone else around him wasn't so darn cheerful. It's wildflower season in Chalk Hill with a cafe full of upbeat bushwalkers, and it's all Abe can do to remember to put sugar, not salt, in his customers' cappuccinos. He definitely has no time for the mysterious red–headed guest who admires his cheesecake and adores his flat white.

Taylor's mission to help her brother seems doomed – how will she gain the trust of a man whose every instinct tells him never to trust a woman again?

Title:The Cafe by the Bridge
Edition Language:English
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    The Cafe by the Bridge Reviews

  • Kylie D

    I found The Café By The Bridge to be an okay, quick read. It sees Taylor, a child psychologist, locating a man in rural Western Australia who might be able to help her brother, Will. Will has been th...

  • Sharon

    I just know when I pick up a book written by Aussie author Lily Malone, it’s going to be a book with the lot and The Cafe by the Bridge was exactly that. This is the second book in the Chalk Hill se...

  • Brenda

    Taylor Woods was worried about her younger brother Will after he’d been taken for a ride by a woman who was a sociopath; her skills were creating a relationship then conning the men out of their mon...

  • Mandy White (mandylovestoread)

    The Café by the Bridge by Lily Malone is the second book in the fictional Chalk Hill series. Now I have not read the first book yet but this book read fine as a stand alone. That being said I will no...

  • Amanda - Mrs B's Book Reviews

    *https://mrsbbookreviews.wordpress.com4.5 starsBook number two in West Australian based Lily Malone’s well received contemporary rural romance series, Chalk Hill, sees a brand new couple placed in t...

  • Brooke - One Woman's Brief Book Reviews

    *www.onewomansbbr.wordpress.com*www.facebook.com/onewomansbbr**4.5 stars**The Cafe by the Bridge by Lily Malone. (2019).(Chalk Hill, #2).Taylor is a child psychologist who needs help from restaurateur...

  • Helen

    I loved the first book in this series, so this one was like settling in back at home with family and friends, it was great seeing Jake, Ella and Sam and then really getting to know Abe and learning wh...

  • Jenny

    The Cafe by the Bridge is book two in the Chalk Hill series by Lily Malone. Child psychologist Taylor Woods went to Chalk Hill to find Abel Honeychurch to gain his help to find justices for her brothe...

  • Monique Mulligan

    Another book that delivered a smile to my face was The Café by the Bridge by Lily Malone. It's no secret that I love Lily's wry humour - she has an entertaining way of writing that makes me smile and...

  • Claire

    This is now my favourite Lily Malone book ❤️ what a fabulous read. I was completely drawn into the story and the lives of all the characters. I loved getting to know Abe and Taylor and sharing in ...