Book Review: The Little Café in Copenhagen (Romantic Escapes, #1) by Julie Caplin


Title: The Little Cafe in Copenhagen by Julie Caplin
Rating: 4 stars (🌟🌟🌟🌟)
Publisher: HarperImpulse

It's 2020 and I just needed a comfort read so what better way than to take a dip into hygge by way of some chick-lit.

There's food, candlelight, a group of characters who all seem to need a soft place to land and a happy end. It's a winning formula when one is in the mood for it and I let myself be swept away into the story. The misunderstandings between Kate and Ben were fairly silly so that detracted a little but it was exactly on-brand for these type of stories so no stars taken off for me. Copenhagen came alive in a wonderful way and by perusing the titles of the other books in the series, it's quite the tour. I have another in this series The Little Teashop in Tokyo so I'll likely get to that one soon.

Recommended, if you need a soft place to land.

Summary:  Welcome to the little cafe in Copenhagen where the smell of cinnamon fills the air and the hot chocolate is as smooth as silk.
Publicist Kate Sinclair’s life in London is everything she thought she wanted: success, glamour and a charming boyfriend. Until that boyfriend goes behind her back and snatches a much sought-after promotion from her.Heartbroken and questioning everything, Kate needs to escape.

Leaving behind rush hour and late nights in the office for a city break in beautiful Copenhagen, Kate discovers how to live life ‘the Danish way’. From candles and cosy nights in to the easy smiles of tall, gorgeous Vikings and eating your body weight in pastries (ok, that’s just her), the city offers her a new perspective.

Can the secrets of hygge and happiness lead her to her own happily-ever-after?

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