The Little Bakery On Rosemary Lane by Ellen BerryThe Little Bakery On Rosemary Lane by Ellen Berry

The Little Bakery On Rosemary Lane

byEllen Berry

Paperback | August 30, 2018

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'As comforting as a slice of homemade apple pie' RedPrepare to fall in love with beautiful village of Burley Bridge.Growing up in a Yorkshire village, Roxanne Cartwright couldn't wait to escape and make her place in the world. Now, thirty years later, she's a fashion editor living a glamorous life of perennial singlehood in London - or so it seems to her sister Della. But when Roxanne finds her career under threat, she feels herself pulled back to the quiet village she'd been so desperate to leave.As Roxanne reacquaints herself with life on Rosemary Lane, she slowly makes a surprising discovery: the people who live in Burley Bridge are, well, just people - different from the fashion set she's used to, but kind and even interesting. Michael, a single dad trying to make a go of a small bakery, particularly so. Little by little, cupcake by cupcake, Roxanne and Michael fall into an unexpected friendship.Could there be a life for Roxanne after all, in the place she's spent years trying to escape?
Ellen Berry is an author and magazine journalist. Originally from rural West Yorkshire, she has three teenage children and lives with her husband and their daughter in Glasgow. When she's not writing, she loves to cook and browse her vast collection of cookbooks, which is how the idea for this story came about. However, she remains the...
Title:The Little Bakery On Rosemary LaneFormat:PaperbackDimensions:368 pagesPublished:August 30, 2018Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0008157146

ISBN - 13:9780008157142


Editorial Reviews

'Warm, funny and poignant.' The Daily Mail'A novel as comforting as a slice of homemade apple pie.' Red'Brilliant.manages to capture family life perfectly.' Chick Lit Reviews