Baking fanatic, Charlie Quilter, inherits a vintage bus in her late uncle’s will and is keen to give it a new lease of life. Charlie thinks it will be the perfect mobile café for afternoon tea, so she heads to the picturesque Cornish village of Porthgolow, hoping for a new start.
However, Daniel Harper, the owner of the posh spa up on the hill isn’t very pleased that her bus is parked outside his lovely hotel. Has Charlie’s Cornish dream developed a soggy bottom? Or can she convince Daniel that her bus could take them somewhere wonderful?
Having read the Christmas book in the series (number 3) and the wedding book (number 4), I decided it was time to read the first book in the series, currently 99p on the kindle in the UK.
This is a lovely uplifting read about how Charlie ended up in Cornwall running her own cafe on a bus. In a time of uncertainty and anxiety, it was the perfect virtual escape to the seaside.
I will be sharing my review for book 4 tomorrow, but I recommend treating yourself to a copy of the first book too, to find out how the Cornish Cream Tea Bus started.