The Pepper Lane Club #1
Grace Parks
Pub Date 19 Apr 2019
three star - Dining Club: Book Review

She's the movie. He's the book.

A bubbly personality and a great job in social media doesn't mean that Willow Lawson has it all. Her love life is a distant memory and her social life is only work related. She starts the Pepper Lane Club as a chance to step away from her busy schedule once a month to reconnect with her friends. Thomas Greer, the proprietor of the Pepper Lane Café, annoys her. He’s her complete opposite; unsociable, serious, old-fashioned and dead set against social media. Always game for a challenge, Willow decides to take him on as a client. She’s going to prove to Thomas that he needs her help.

She knew she would be successful, she just didn’t know she would lose her heart along the way. Can Willow fall in love with a man that doesn’t respect her profession? Will Thomas let go of his preconceptions long enough to get to know the real Willow?

Enjoy this sweet romance as Willow finds love and friendship in the first book in the Pepper Lane Series.

So, the Pepper Lane Club is a dining club of women at a pizza café – Pepper Lane. The star of the book is a social media maven and decides she needs to help the owner of he café, and his friend Eric, to get more customers through promotion in social media. And it works. But obviously, also changes the nature of the original establishment. Possible to the good, or not, depending on how much you valued the original atmosphere.
This book will appeal to those who like a contemporary novel set in modern technology terms and how it can change lives.
I was not so keen and thought it rather shallow.

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