Kate gets passed over for a promotion at work and all of people it goes to the man she thought she was in love with.
Wanting to prove a point she goes out on a rather conceptual pitch to Lars and his idea of brining a Hygge department store to London. No one thinks she has pulled it off – but Lars loves the idea and so Kate is now the one who has to convince some journalists, bloggers and feature editors that the Danish hygge concept works and is coming to a store near you.
What better place to be able to experience it all that in Copenhagen.
Despite having to put up with egos, drunks, accidents and everything else the journalists throw at her over the trip Kate finds something else.
She finds the way she wants to live her life.
All the journalists with her also find something else. It was lovely for the book to give to time to the supporting characters and showed that despite Kate’s main presence within the storyline the trip to Copenhagen was going to effect everyone. That was one of the reasons I enjoyed the book so much.
This really is a cosy book and probably embraces Hygge at its best. The simplicity of life, the choices we make and in this particular place the amount of Danish pastries consumed. Trying to get that promotion and the money doesn’t necessarily give you everything you need. Kate finds out how life can be lived even with a few hiccups along the way.
This book is full of humour, love and happiness and I cannot wait to see where I get to go next with Julie Caplin.
Thank you to the publisher and netgalley for the opportunity to read this book.
The Little Cafe in Copenhagen is out now.