The Little Book Café: Tash’s Story by Georgia Hill

MoMo’s Book Diary recommends this as an enjoyable novel, part of The Little Book Cafe series.                        

This is the first Georgia Hill book I have read.  I enjoyed it and would recommend this author as an easy sweet and light read – perfect for the beach – with a shaded undercurrent running through it. This is the first of four in ‘The Little Book Café’ series and tells of Tash’s story while introducing the other locals which I am sure will feature in the rest of the series.

I found the story a bit predictable and the first half is a bit repetitive however the book as a whole captivates the reader as the story progresses.

I will be reading the rest of the series and also look out for other Georgia Hill books for my next holiday read.

Thanks to NetGalley and Harper Impulse for the opportunity to read and review this book.


Local estate agent Tash isn’t convinced about joining the new book club at Berecombe’s beautiful new bookshop and café. Dragged there by her friend Emma, she knows she needs a night out.

Her boyfriend Adrian is wonderful, and adores her, but has become a bit clingy of late. So when she is introduced to new local farmer Kit, with his scruffy beard and low-key look, its’s a breath of fresh air to chat to someone so un-Adrian. Maybe this book club idea could be fun after all!

But when Tash starts forgetting things and behaving oddly, over-protective Adrian is determined to keep her from her new interest. But if bookclub has taught Tash anything, she should know not to judge a book by its cover…


AUTHOR Georgia Hill
BOOK TITLE The Little Book Café – Part One Tash’s Story
PUBLISHER Harper Impulse and Killer Reads






Georgia Hill can be found on Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads,  and her own website.

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