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  • Paperback
  • 336
  • The Color of Tea
  • Hannah Tunnicliffe
  • English
  • 09 February 2020
  • 9781451682823
The Color of Tea

Hannah Tunnicliffe È 1 REVIEW READ ↠ DUGISITS.CO.ZA È Hannah Tunnicliffe REVIEW ↠ The Color of Tea An exciting debut novel set in the exotic bustling streets of coastal China a woman whose life is restored when she opens a small café and gains the courage to trust what’s in her heart Macau the bulbous nose of China a peninsula and two islands strung together like a three bead necklace It was time to find a life for myself To make something out of nothing The end of hope and the beginning of it too After moving with her husband to the tiny bustling island of Macau Grace Miller finds herself a stranger in a foreign land a lone redhead towering above th. When it comes to tea I m all about it and that includes books There is something familiar about tea that makes it so appealing around the world I enjoyed this book Set in Macau with a diverse populace for a Chinese island the story weaves the lives of Grace barren wife with a rocky marriage with a small cadre of women who change her into the secure and confidant woman she becomes Her cafe brings these women together with macarons and tea a match made in heaven The characters are well constructed and you share the ride with Grace s ups and downs As in most books these days there are depictions of romanticized sex but not too bad nothing I find in most books these days and not enough to distract from the storylineIf you are drawn to the melding of disparate lives into a solid real friendship then you will enjoy this book Les cactées et succulentes gains the courage to trust what’s in her heart Macau the bulbous nose of China a peninsula and two islands strung together like a three bead necklace It was time to find a life for myself To make something out of nothing The end of hope and the beginning of it too After moving with her husband to the tiny bustling island of Macau Grace Miller finds herself a stranger in a foreign land a lone redhead towering above th. When it comes to tea I m all about it and that includes books There is something familiar about tea that makes it so appealing around the world I enjoyed this book Set in Macau with a diverse populace for a Chinese island the story weaves the lives of Grace barren wife with a rocky marriage with a small cadre of women who change her into the secure and confidant woman she becomes Her cafe brings these women together with macarons and tea a match made in heaven The characters are well constructed and you share the ride with Grace s ups and downs As in most books these days there are depictions of romanticized sex but not too bad nothing I find in most books these days and not enough to distract from the storylineIf you are drawn to the melding of disparate lives into a solid real friendship then you will enjoy this book

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Hannah Tunnicliffe È 1 REVIEW READ ↠ DUGISITS.CO.ZA È Hannah Tunnicliffe REVIEW ↠ The Color of Tea E crowd on the busy Chinese streets As she is forced to confront the devastating news of her infertility Grace’s marriage is fraying and her dreams of family have been shattered She resolves to do something bold something her impetuous mother would do and she turns to what she loves baking and the pleasure of afternoon teaGrace opens a café where she serves tea coffee and macarons the delectable delicate French cookies colored like precious stones to the women of Macau There among fellow expatriates and locals alike Grace carves out a new definition of. Note to cover designer If the main character is a redhead please use a red headed model Or did you not read the book or even the back blurb This is the book for you if you enjoy endless introspection I do not When the character finally bothered herself to do something and decided to open a cafe we were robbed of her actually doing it Two pages later it s open I enjoy rooting for a character If you take away their struggles what s to root for The same amount of two pages is also devoted to her tripping on a sidewalk and worrying what others think ReallyThere are NO baking scenes in the cafe Not a single one which also felt like robbery They just get a flavor idea then poof Here s the macaron The ending is plain ole ridiculous and frankly not believable no matter how ill prepared a mother is And if Grace wanted a child from the beginning any fool would have put adoption on the table at the beginning which would have made a great subplot UghThat being said Rilla and Gigi are fabulous characters and keep this from going to 1 star or less

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Hannah Tunnicliffe È 1 REVIEW READ ↠ DUGISITS.CO.ZA È Hannah Tunnicliffe REVIEW ↠ The Color of Tea Home and family But when her marriage reaches a crisis secrets Grace thought she had buried long ago rise to the surface Grace realizes it’s now or never to lay old ghosts to rest and to begin to trust herself With each mug of coffee brewed each cup of tea steeped and macaron baked Grace comes to learn that strength can be gleaned from the unlikeliest of placesA delicious melt in your mouth novel featuring the sweet pleasures of French pastries and the exotic scents and sights of China The Color of Tea is a scrumptious story of love friendship and renewa. The Colour of Tea is one of the best novels I have ever read It s incredibly realistic and the character of Grace Miller is one of those who after 5 pages you are already rooting for her Hannah Tunnicliffe is so expressive with her language description one of my favorite s is when the colour of a baby s eyes are described as oolong The blackorange creamy Chinese tea It is bittersweet at times because Grace never got to say goodbye to her mother before she passed away and her mother and her were everything each other had before Grace took off and left to Australia She writes notes tons of notes to her deceased mother and in hopes of maybe accounting for lost time between them Finally after everything she learns to let go Her husband and her grow distant and almost never talk her French cafe Lilliana s is Grace s only hope for happiness Her haven of tea and macarons helps her let go of what is lost and embrace the warming new feelings of true love and friendship A MUST READ A Negotiated Marriage ghosts to rest and to begin to trust herself With each mug of coffee brewed each cup of tea steeped and macaron baked Grace comes to learn that strength can be Twerking Cruxes and a Cloaked Visage gleaned from the unlikeliest of placesA delicious melt in your mouth novel featuring the sweet pleasures of French pastries and the exotic scents and sights of China The Color of Tea is a scrumptious story of love friendship and renewa. The Colour of Tea is one of the best novels I have ever read It s incredibly realistic and the character of Grace Miller is one of those who after 5 pages you are already rooting for her Hannah Tunnicliffe is so expressive with her language description one of my favorite s is when the colour of a baby s eyes are described as oolong The blackorange creamy Chinese tea It is bittersweet at times because Grace never Something New got to say The Weirdstone of Brisingamen goodbye to her mother before she passed away and her mother and her were everything each other had before Grace took off and left to Australia She writes notes tons of notes to her deceased mother and in hopes of maybe accounting for lost time between them Finally after everything she learns to let The Paradise Prophecy go Her husband and her Impedance Spectroscopy grow distant and almost never talk her French cafe Lilliana s is Grace s only hope for happiness Her haven of tea and macarons helps her let Can I Have a Word? go of what is lost and embrace the warming new feelings of true love and friendship A MUST READ