Three sisters. One trip to Italy. The chance to change their lives.
Amanda has always taken the role of big sister seriously. She has her life in order; a fantastic job in a great restaurant, a wonderful house and a best friend who’s a Rockstar. But, Amanda’s beginning to realise that her life is missing one monumental piece…
Sabrina is living the high life in LA. Her Instagram is full of lavish parties, her tweets are brimming with celebrity names, but in reality she’s stuck behind a desk working for a boss who is determined to make her suffer. Is it time for her to stand up and take charge of her life?
Louisa has always been drowned out by her sister’s successes. As the university drop-out she’s always felt third best. But a chance encounter in a little Italian village may be about to change that…
When their beloved grandfather passes away these sisters are forced to take another look at their lives. These three sisters are about to embark on a journey of self-discovery that could just lead them down a road of romance (with a little help from the kitchen)!
Perfect for fans of Jenny Oliver, Carole Mathews and Lucy Diamond.
I am the last one to be part of How to Bake a New Beginning by Lucy Knott (one half of the Blossom Twins), blog tour.
Below you can read my review of this great and uplifting book.
First of all I should warn you, when you start to read the book don't read it on a empty stomach, because I can guarantee that you will be hungry, even on a full stomach I was craving pizza. I know one thing I will be definitely trying the recipes they sound so yummy.
I could not believe that this was Lucy Knott's debut book I even looked too see if she had written a book before and she hadn't. The writing was brilliant and Ms Knott was able to transport me to the locations in the book, and what was also different to all other books, Ms Knott included recipes.
What comes across in the book is family, and the relationship within that family. We have three sisters, Amanda, Sabrina and Louisa, who are very close to each other, and all three have taken different career paths...but there is one person that they love more and that's their grandpa who will do anything for his family, so it comes as a big shock when the girls beloved grandpa dies, this is where you see the family come together and help each other come to terms with his death and part of that healing was all the family go to Italy, and for each of the sisters lives they have some thinking to do.
Overall this was a great book and one that I can highly recommend.
And for this reason I give 5/5 stars.
the book is on pre-order and is released on 9th September, you can purchase the book from Amazon UK
I received this ARC from the author for the blog tour in return for a honest review.