Friday, 13 May 2022

Finding love at the Christmas Market


Format: 352 pages, Paperback


Published: October 29, 2020 by Corgi


Women's fiction


Library






I needed a food book for my bookclub and picked up this one.




Connie goes with a group of old people to visit a xmas market in Germany, and to scatter ashes of a friend of theirs. Lots of bake and gingerbread talk, sweets is food so score there.




She is also to meet an online flirt. Right, talk about uber German. Loved rules, lists, time and ticked of boxes to see if she fit him (she did the same but still.)




And then she met someone else.




Dunno really, it was just...there. No special feelings about the book to be honest.






Residential-home caterer Connie has had one online-dating disaster too many. Hurt in the past and with her son to consider, now she's feeling hesitant. Then one of Connie's residents sets her up on a date at a beautiful German Christmas market - with the promise she'll take a mini-bus full of pensioners along with her...




Amongst the twinkling lights and smell of warm gingerbread in the old market square, Connie heads off on her date with a checklist of potential partner must-haves. Baker Henrich ticks all the boxes, but when Connie meets Henrich's rival William, she starts to wonder if ticking boxes is the answer.


Will Connie's wish for love this Christmas come true, and if so - with who?


5 comments:

  1. always a good time for a Christmas read

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  2. Sorry this one wasn't a little better for you.

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  3. At least you could check off the foodie part. Too bad the rest was meh.

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  4. Christmas books are always better when read near Christmas.

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  5. A Christmas-y story in May, not sure how I feel about that lol

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