Log Fires & Toffee Apple Cake at the Little Duck Pond Cafe by Rosie Green

 


Release Date: 08.31.2020


Synopsis:

An autumn fair is coming to Sunnybrook, much to the delight of the villagers. But for Madison, whose personal life seems to be spinning out of control, a roller-coaster is the last thing she needs – especially when it’s her emotions at stake.

Can she convince the delectable Jack that their relationship is worth another shot? Or has their romance ground to a permanent halt like a faulty big wheel? Will she solve the mystery of the missing name on her birth certificate? Or will her discoveries take her on a journey even bumpier than the dodgem cars? One thing’s for sure. Madison is going to need more than a fairground fortune teller to find the answers to her questions, if she’s going to ‘waltz-er’ into the happiest of sunsets…


Review:



I was so lucky to read this book when outside finally felt like Autumn because it made this experience even more spectacular.

I really like how Rosie Green's writing seems so effortless to read but it always convey a deeper meaning.

Madison realized how much she loved Jack only when they were no longer together, but she doesn't give up so easily and she tries to covince him to give their relationship another chance because she is changed and she assures him she won't repeat the same mistakes twice.
But this isn't the only challange in Maddy's life because she has recently discovered that there isn't her fahter's name on the birth certificate, she always feelt like out of place with her family so she decides to find out the thruth about her birth.

Madison's journey is one of self awareness and personal growth.
I was invested in her life because she is relatable and I could easily share most of her insecurities, and at the end I was so proud of her choises.

I recommend this nice story that I unfortunately have read too quickly and now I'll just have to wait next intallment of the series.



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