Review; Christmas at the Comfort Food Cafe by Debbie Johnson

It's time for another Christmas-related book review and today it is Christmas at the Comfort Food Cafe by Debbie Johnson.

Description from Goodreads
Becca Fletcher has always hated Christmas but she has her reasons for being Little Miss Grinch. Now, though, she can’t avoid her version of ho-ho-hell – because she’s travelling to the Comfort Food Cafe to spend the festive season with her sister Laura and her family. She’s expecting mulled wine, 24-hour Christmas movie marathons and all kinds of very merry torture.

Little does Becca know that the Comfort Food Cafe is like no other place on earth. Perched on a snow-covered hill, it’s a place full of friendship where broken hearts can heal, new love can blossom and where Becca’s Christmas miracle really could happen – if only she can let it…

My Thoughts on the Book
Even though it was a sweet and entertaining read, I personally thought it was way too predictable. I also thought that the development between Becca and Sam were poorly written. This book is okay if you want a predictable and hollow feel-good Christmas read, but if you want a book with a bit of quality, stay clear.


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