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Odds of saving marriage – slim. Farming expertise – patchy. Chances that it’ll all be okay in the end – actually pretty good …
I wasn’t enjoying the afternoon of 23 February even before I learnt that my husband was having an affair.
The news of Jenny’s husband’s infidelity comes as a nasty shock to the part-time building control officer and full-time mother – even though, to her surprise and embarrassment, her first reaction is relief rather than anguish. What really hurts is her children’s unhappiness at the break-up, and the growing realisation that, alone, she may lose the family farm.
This is the story of the year after Jenny’s old life falls apart; of family and farming, pet lambs and geriatric dogs, choko-bearing tenants and Springsteen-esque neighbours. And of getting a second chance at happiness.
PRAISE FOR DANIELLE HAWKINS
’Author Danielle Hawkins … has a talent for witty and convincing dialogue and this, in particular, gives The Pretty Delicious Cafe verve and humour. She’s also a skilled sculptor of characters’ Otago Daily Times
’Danielle Hawkins’ quirky humour and easy style make [The Pretty Delicious Cafe] a great summer read’ Dominion Post
’Utterly delectable with a twist of spice and a touch of zest!’ Nicola Moriarty
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