The Tanglewood Tea Shop

The Tanglewood Tea Shop

Patisserie-Chef Stevie is stuck in a rut. Her beloved Great Aunt Peggy has passed away, she’s been fired from her job and the love of her life has walked out the door. But when she’s called to the solicitor’s office to hear the reading of Peggy’s will, Stevie’s life begins to change.

Left with a large amount of money, Stevie is determined to take Peggy’s advice and turn her life around. The quirky tea shop that she sees up for sale in the beautiful village of Tanglewood must be a sign, and Stevie can’t wait to make it her new home.

But what happens after your dreams come true? It turns out that life in the village isn't as idyllic as it may have seemed. With local mums waging war against sugar, a tea shop and its patisserie-chef owner are definitely not welcome.

When the gorgeous but grouchy local stable-owner, Nick, shows up he seems like just another fly in the pastry batter but as the two grow closer, Stevie realises he might just be the perfect reason to stay and win over the village...

This laugh-out-loud romantic comedy is perfect for fans of Daisy James, Holly Martin and Portia Macintosh.

Title:The Tanglewood Tea Shop
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781788634373
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    The Tanglewood Tea Shop Reviews

  • Finitha Jose

    I don't want to lie, I was planning to give up on this story without finishing. Glad that I have stuck through because the latter half more than made up for all the dull moments in the beginning. Ste...

  • Rachel Gilbey

    I love these sorts of books - give me a small town community, a tea shop (or other sort of shop), a couple of hunky men, some new friends, and a bit of drama, and for you have a wonderful comfort read...

  • Deanne Patterson

    It's always an exciting time when Lilac Mills has a new release, automatic read for me! And you've really got to love that cover, if it doesn't make you want to have cakes and tea I don't think anythi...

  • shannon?

    I received a free copy in exchange for my honest opinionI did enjoy reading this book and I loved the vibes of it. However, the plot was nothing spectacular and it was really predictable. At first I d...

  • Helen

    For a break from the more heavier reads, Tanglewood Tea Shop proves a nice interlude. This is the kind of story that takes you away to a small village community somewhere in rural England, where a new...

  • Silke

    People who have been following my blog for a while know that one of my trigger words for a book is ‘tea shop’. As soon as I hear the word tea shop I just have got to get my hands on the book in qu...

  • Kim

    When Stevie is left some money by her great aunt, whilst she is in a sorry stage of her life she decides to buy a tea shop.When she struggles with even the journey to the picturesque sounding village,...

  • Karen Whittard

    This is the first book that I have read by this author. But it certainly will not be the last, because I simply loved it. In this book we meet Stevie. Who has got herself stuck in a little bit of a ru...

  • Jennifer

    Enjoyed the book. Definitely a fun read and would give it 3.5 stars. I immediately loved Stevie, more after meeting her mom and sister. They were truly horrid people. Aunt Peggy definitely knew what s...

  • Mel Rawoteea

    My ThoughtsThe Tanglewood Tea Shop is a lighthearted novel to escape into when life gets hectic. It begins with the protagonist, Stevie, inheriting a very handsome sum of money from her Great Aunt Peg...