Me, You and Tiramisu – Charlotte Butterfield

Sometimes you get so caught up in a story that the line between your reading world and the real world starts to blur. For example, when reading a beautiful book about a dazzlingly handsome chef’s rise to internet fame you might find yourself attempting to look up his viral videos on YouTube, before realising you are a prize plum and IT’S A STORY! 

This may or may not have happened to me this week.*

(*It totally did) 

If you’re a fan of fine food, the Internet, handsome hunks & romance you will LOVE THIS book by Charlotte Butterfield. At first glance it appears to be a light, fun read but it certainly doesn’t lack depth or sincerity as more sensitive issues (e.g. overnight fame, dealing with the press & public scrutiny) are tackled. Like everyone in the universe I fell in love with swoonsome Will and I totally sympathised with Jayne as they suddenly had their personal lives thrust into the spotlight. 

This is a really lovely read which will make you hungry for love and/or deli snacks but certainly not fame. 

Thanks to the publishers & Netgalley for the chance to read & review. I absolutely loved it, five cwtches! Get your copy here

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