Books

Saving the Day – Katie Fforde

I am a big fan of Katie Fforde novels and when the opportunity came to read this short novella I of course jumped at the chance.

Allie is bored with her job in a supermarket and the people she works with, she is bored with her boyfriend Ryan. Every day she walks past a place she wants to work – a little café. One day she gets the chance.

But she needs to learn about cooking and learn that there is more to life than Ryan.

Grabbing every opportunity, Allie can see a different world in front of her.

A lovely book to escape to and enjoy anther world and also show you that all opportunities are out there and perhaps you just need a push in the right direction.

Perhaps that push is reading and Saving the Day is one of the 2021 Quick Reads series to encourage those who perhaps don’t read normally or struggle the starting blocks to discovering more adventures in the pages of books. Once you discover Katie Fforde you can indulge in all of her previous works and they will bring you sheer joy – guaranteed.

Thank you to the publisher via netgalley for the opportunity to read this book.

Saving the Day is out now.

About Quick Reads – excerpts taken from the website. Please click here to learn more.

Quick Reads provide a route into reading that prioritises great story telling and adult-focused content while ensuring the books are written in an accessible and easy to read style.

.…1 in 6 adults in the UK struggle with reading and 1 in 3 adults do not regularly read for pleasure.

…In addition, studies have shown that those who do read for pleasure have higher levels of self-esteem and a greater ability to cope with difficult situations.

It has been a while since I have mentioned the Quick Reads programme on my blog – but feel free to click on the links below to some of the previous years

Quick Reads

Quick Reads 2015

Quick Reads 2016

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