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Confetti at The Little Duck Pond Cafe: (Little Duck Pond Cafe, Book 6) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B07SQG6354
- Publication date : June 6, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 722 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 142 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #800,359 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Fear not if you haven’t had the good fortune to read the other books yet as each one can easily be read as a stand alone as they focus on different characters in the village. Obviously if you have read the others, it’s good to meet new and old characters.
The parts to do with Ellie and her mum were really quite emotional. I don’t want to say to much about it but it really makes you treasure your nearest and dearest and spend as much quality time with them as you can. It’s definitely a bitter sweet story line which still put a smile on my face by the end.
Confetti at the Little Duck Pond Cafe was a heart felt and endearing read where the setting and characters really do capture your heart. I can’t get enough of this authors books and as soon as they land on my kindle, everything else gets pushed to one side. A real gem of a read.
My thanks to Rachel’s Random Resources for a copy of this book. All opinions are my own and not biased in anyway.
Ellie is dealing with her mother's dementia issues, to an extent I can relate, but the focus is on Ellie and Zak as they try to figure out the details for an August wedding.
I should mention June is nearly over and July is flying by.
Six year old precocious Maisie is head over heels in love with her new puppy, and a cow will make a special appearance. One thing about this series that I enjoy is the way new characters are introduced and welcomed.
If you enjoy small town romance and family drama. you will quickly fall in love with this clean, gentle series. While there is romance and relationship difficulties aplenty in this particular book, it opens with DRAMA. We understand quickly it could be life or death but we have no idea for what or whom.
I am not giving away any secrets here. Grab yourself a beverage and settle in.
You will enjoy your next visit to Sunnybrook.
I asked for this book to review. The review and rating & opinions are all my own.
According to the title of this book, we are promised “confetti”, and what better place to celebrate than Sunnybrook? Ellie, the owner of the Little Duck Pond Café, is in a whirl of wedding planning- venue, and dress all need to be sorted. Weddings are always fun to read about. Ellie also has her hands full with daily life- taking care of the little cutie Maisie and her puppy, keeping a loving eye on her mother, and tending to her friend’s concerns. She has plenty to juggle, along with the occasional wandering cow!
But, as the book blurb warns, dark clouds are rolling in. Some of these dark clouds bring problems that may be triggers for some readers- endometriosis, and adoption questions- but they are presented with loving concern. Personally, I’m not keen on seeing these types of issues in a feel-good romance novella, I’d prefer to languish in wedding plans and tea cakes.
However, the book concludes with a delightful celebration that may surprise you and will certainly make you smile. All in all, Author Rosie Green continues to entertain us with warm and appealing characters, sunny descriptions mixed with caring and thoughtful dialogue, in a village we would all like to live in. And since we can’t live there, visiting Sunnybrook in this charming series suits me just fine!
Thanks to the author and Rachel’s Random Resources for a digital review copy. This is my honest review.
Top reviews from other countries
This time around, Rosie Green gives us laughter, and mayhem, with a cow and a puppy causing all sorts of commotion, as well as tackling some more delicate and thought-provoking issues. It was great to revisit the regulars and to see Ellie and Zak interacting and learning to work together as they attempted to enter the next phase of their relationship.
Confetti at the Little Duck Pond Cafe was a novella with a big heart; making for another entertaining read, with loveable characters in an idyllic setting, that will leave you with a smile and wanting to revisit Sunnybrook again soon.
Love is certainly in the air in "Confetti at the Little Duck Pond Café:" and, without being a spoiler, the twist at the end is simply charming.
Ms Green again produces a beautiful story, with her unique blend of humour and reality. "Confetti" alludes to the problems created by "blended" families and deals head-on with the tragedy of dementia.
"I object to the term dementia-sufferer. I'm living with dementia. People tend to think a diagnosis of dementia means an ending. But it's not. It's actually a beginning..."
Ellie's mum's speech is one of the most tear-jerking I have ever read in romantic fiction and I challenge anyone to read it with a dry eye.
Well done, Ms Green - another heart-warming tale.