The Little Teashop in Tokyo – Julie Caplin


Synopsis:

Grab your passport and escape to the land of dazzling skycrapers, steaming bowls of comforting noodles, and a page-turning love story that will make you swoon!

For travel blogger Fiona, Japan has always been top of her bucket list so when she wins an all-expenses paid trip, it looks like her dreams of the Far East are coming true.

Until she arrives in vibrant, neon-drenched Tokyo and comes face-to-face with the man who broke her heart ten years ago, gorgeous photographer Gabe.

Fiona can’t help but remember the heartache of their last meeting but it’s not long before the Japanese art of contentment and a special, traditional tea ceremony work their magic…

Amidst the temples and clouds of soft pink cherry blossoms, Fiona and Gabe start to see life – and each other – differently.

Review:

The book flips between two points of view and is engaging from the beginning.

It starts with the main character at Tokyo airport waiting to be met by a stranger, almost straight away I could imagine being there. I could see Tokyo, the crowds, the transport, the plants, the food; all thanks to the amazing writing. I truly felt like I was experiencing it with her.

It was a wonderful journey exploring Japan and a beautiful love story.

At a time when travel is restricted, with Japan being somewhere I’ve always wanted to visit, this book was perfect.


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About the Author:


Jules Wake announced at the age of ten that she planned to be a writer. Along the way she was diverted by the glamorous world of PR and worked on many luxury brands, taking journalists on press trips to awful places like Turin, Milan, Geneva, Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam and occasionally losing the odd member of the press in an airport. This proved fabulous training for writing novels as it provided her with the opportunity to eat amazing food, drink free alcohol, hone her writing skills on press releases and to research European cities for her books.She writes best-selling warm-hearted contemporary fiction for Harper Impulse. Under her pen name, Julie Caplin, her thirteenth novel, The Little Teashop in Tokyo will be published in ebook and paperback this June.


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