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The Saturday Place

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'Uplifting, heartwarming and mouth-watering, The Saturday Place is the kind of book we all need now. A tale of friendship and food, it's bursting with optimism and love. Charming.' Veronica Henry, author of The Secret Beach

'A tender, warm and thoughtful novel about friendship, community and learning to love again. In this full-hearted and uplifting read, Alice Peterson has crafted a cast of characters you'll root for, and a story to be savoured.' Holly Miller, author of The Sight of You

'A tender story of hope, friendship and the power of community.' Emily Houghton, author of Before I Saw You

'A warm, wise and really special book... I absolutely loved it.' Katy Regan, author of Little Big Love

Three perfect strangers who help each other to believe in love again

Holly's husband died, and she's lonely. She needs to do something to save herself, quickly. Next thing she knows she's interviewing for a voluntary cooking job, surprised to be ambushed by a scruffy man who looks like he has a past.

Angus has messed up. He's lost the respect of his family and has none for himself. If it weren't for his brother and friend who run the café, he'd be sleeping on the streets. Angus is about ready to give up – until he meets Holly, who sparks something in him.

Then Lauren arrives from the homeless shelter. She came to London with nothing but an old train ticket, a teddy bear, and the clothes on her back. With no family, no home, no friends, she doesn't know what love is. People scare her. She's terrified of Angus and Holly. At first.

Each of them finds themselves in the Saturday café at a time when they need something to grab hold of. It might have to be each other…

Genre: Romance

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