La bottega dei cuori golosi

  • Title: La bottega dei cuori golosi
  • Author: Jenny Colgan Annalisa Crea
  • ISBN: 9788856631395
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • La bottega dei cuori golosi Meglio cercare l ennesimo impiego precario a Londra o ereditare un negozio di caramelle in uno sperduto paesino di campagna Rosie anni ragazza di citt fino al midollo sembrerebbe non avere dubb
    Meglio cercare l ennesimo impiego precario a Londra, o ereditare un negozio di caramelle in uno sperduto paesino di campagna Rosie, 31 anni, ragazza di citt fino al midollo, sembrerebbe non avere dubbi E se accetta di trasferirsi per qualche giorno in un villaggio che dal nome non promette faville Lipton solo per aiutare la vecchia zia Lilian, trovandole una buona cMeglio cercare l ennesimo impiego precario a Londra, o ereditare un negozio di caramelle in uno sperduto paesino di campagna Rosie, 31 anni, ragazza di citt fino al midollo, sembrerebbe non avere dubbi E se accetta di trasferirsi per qualche giorno in un villaggio che dal nome non promette faville Lipton solo per aiutare la vecchia zia Lilian, trovandole una buona casa di riposo e vendendo la bottega che la parente ottantenne gestisce da sempre Eppure, quel luogo dimenticato da Starbucks ha in serbo per la ragazza sorprese e incontri inaspettati, tali da non farle rimpiangere il fidanzato Gerard, il cui ideale romantico una serata pantofole e Play Station Golosa impenitente, Rosie rester affascinata da quel negozio un po vintage, dove, tra i grandi vasi pieni di bonbon e liquirizie, si nasconde ben pi di un segreto Nessuno meglio della zia, che ha trascorso la vita dietro quel bancone, conosce i peccati di gola di tutti gli abitanti, sa quale gusto si sposa meglio con ogni stato d animo, quale dolcezza pu consolare un cuore infranto Perch proprio Lilian, considerata una zitella burbera e dalla lingua tagliente, sa cosa vuol dire amare davvero Da lei e dalle sue graffianti massime di vita, la nipote di citt scoprir di avere molto da imparare Soprattutto, che a ogni grande a indissolubilmente legato un sapore speciale, e che per Rosie giunto il momento di trovare il suo.

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    About Jenny Colgan Annalisa Crea


    1. Jenny Colgan is the author of numerous bestselling novels, including The Little Shop of Happy Ever After and Summer at the Little Beach Street Bakery , which are also published by Sphere Meet Me at the Cupcake Caf won the 2012 Melissa Nathan Award for Comedy Romance and was a Sunday Times Top Ten bestseller, as was Welcome to Rosie Hopkins Sweetshop of Dreams , which won the RNA Romantic Novel of the Year Award 2013 For about Jenny, visit her website and her Facebook page, or follow her on Twitter.Jenny Colgan has also been published under the name Jenny T Colgan.


    239 Comments


    1. After reading Meet Me at the Cupcake Cafe last year I have been eagerly awaiting a new book by Jenny Colgan to come out so you can imagine the expression on my face when I was contacted by Sphere Publishing and asked to review her new book I was over the moon and then when I read the press release and see the title of the book I knew this was going to be the book for me I LOVE SWEETS!!Jenny Colgan brings us a unique storyline that must be everyone’s dream come true. I mean who has never once i [...]

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    2. When I saw the high ratings for this book I was really excited. I'm not a fan of chick lit but thought the idea of an old fashioned sweetshop being restored and someone falling in love with the country side after living in the city sounded charming.Oh dear. I was really disappointed. I did not like any of the characters in this book. The protagonist, Rosie was really annoying.Her boyfriend made me cringe! Such a useless person attached to Mummy and is obsessed with food and himself. Who stays wi [...]

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    3. Romantično, ali ne i patetično, optimistično, ali ne i površno, zabavno, ali ne i plitko, ukratko ovaj roman je nešto što mi je trenutno baš leglo. Nešto što podsjeća na radost života i uživanje u životnim radostima, nešto što, kao i proljeće koje je sad počelo, budi želju za prirodom, boravkom na otvorenom, pa čak i za promjenu načina života. Pomisliš kako bi bilo dobro pobjeći iz grada i početi neki novi život i posao na selu, alipuste želje Jenny Colgan je mogu reći [...]

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    4. I loved this book from the start, mainly due to all the references to sweets and particularly all those old favourites, some typically Scottish. I could completely imagine myself in the little sweetshop I frequented before I went to school in the morning and this book definitely took me back. The characters were well drawn. I can't even choose a favourite character, as I would have difficulty choosing between them. I wasn't particularly impressed with Rosie's boyfriend, but I wasn't meant to be, [...]

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    5. This was such an enjoyable quick read! I didn't believe I actually love this novel, but I did and I am glad, because - every once in a while - I need a light read to unwind from all the doom and gloom of my regular reading choices. To find a book that is cheerful and quirky, but not silly or centered around a sloppy romance, is a real discovery.The blurb of the edition I bought mentions the word indulgence and it pretty much summarizes the essence of Jenny Colgan's novel. Throughout the book, we [...]

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    6. The only real way I can think of describing Colgan's book is delightful, but I am afraid that that makes it come across as absurdly twee and saccharine when it isn't at all. Sweet Shop definitely has hidden depths.Rosie is cajoled into leaving her somewhat anticlimactic London life to visit and care for her Great Aunt Lilian. Rosie is your somewhat typical 'Bridget Jones' character; thirty-something, bored and disenchanted with her job and life in general. Juxtaposed with Rosie's somewhat monoch [...]

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    7. Lovely novel, would recommend it for candy lovers seeking a light read while having a cup of tea (or coffee) on a cloudy day any day in fact but the cloudy part makes it much more entincing to curl up on the couch reading this novel rather than going out. TBH I like this book but I'm not crazy about it. It drags a little, especially during Rosie's great-aunt flashback scenes. I felt a huge urge to skip past a bunch of them. To me, these scenes are like the ones where there are tons of pages you' [...]

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    8. How on earth did I spend 36 years on this planet and not read any Colgan books? This was just absolutely wonderful! I laughed out loud, I teared up - a perfectly wonderful book.The story features Rosie (well, of course) who is an auxiliary nurse stuck in a severe rut. Her great-aunt Lilian is poorly, and Rosie is cajoled into staying in the country with her to take care of her as she recovers, and to sell Lillian's sweet shop next door, in order for Lillian to go into a home. Rosie's adventures [...]

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    9. This is literally a very sweet story. A young nurse goes to a small town to assist an elderly great aunt at her mother's request and finds a new life. She and her great aunt teach each other many things and both of them benefit from each others company. There were many great characters and the revival of the town sweet shop brings them all together. This was a very pleasant book to spend an afternoon with.

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    10. Rosie lives in London with her long-term boyfriend. She is an auxiliary nurse, but currently unemployed. So her mother asks her (the only unemplyed in the family AND the only nurse) to go to the small village of Lipton for a short time and care for her great-aunt Lilian. Lilian herself owns a sweetshop, which has clearly seen better days and which Rosie is supposed to bring back to life, so that someone can finally buy it off her great-aunt.At first, all Rosie wants is to go back to London, her [...]

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    11. Welcome to Rosie Hopkins’ Sweetshop of Dreams was my first book by Jenny Colgan and I absolutely loved it! Her last two books have really appealed to me what with being a real foodie, and her pretty charming covers have really caught my eye. I think the concept of having a chick-lit novel intermingled with a delicious treat, in this case old fashioned sweets, is a bit of a genius idea as it really gives the sense that your indulging in something naughty but nice and it’s refreshing to see a [...]

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    12. I'm not really a fan of chick-lit but I ran out of books while on holiday and thought meh might as well. The female protagonist really makes me cringe. At the start she acts very childishly about her relationship with Gerad, once she moves to the countryside she's just embarrassing and pathetic and it doesn't get better from then on. Nothing makes me hate a book more than a weak female character! Only good thing about this book was the sweets, all of the characters were poorly written and had ve [...]

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    13. Well I have mixed feelings about this book as I didn't finish it, not because it was rubbish but because it annoyed me. I liked the main character Rosie and Lilian was fine for a embittered old woman. I couldn't get on with the two time frames at all and this made it too hard to enjoy from the beginning. I liked the whole idea of an old fashioned sweet shop, but there were too many things going on in the story for me to concentrate and enjoy it. I was going to carry on but in the end I couldn't [...]

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    14. I was disappointed with this. It was merely okay and I didn't care for Lilian's plotline at all.The Beach Street Bakery blows it out the water.

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    15. Well it's not deep or meaningful but who want's that all the time, not me certainly. A lovely indulgent read made even more so by the delicious descriptions of numerous different kinds of sweets, some of which even include recipes. I can see myself having try some out with my kids. Rosie Hopkins lives in London with her boyfriend of 8 years and works as a nursing auxiliary. It's not until she has to move, temporarily, to deepest darkest Derbyshire to help her great aunt to sell her sweet shop an [...]

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    16. Sacrilege, I'm sure but weren't the Emperor's new clothes nice?I just don't get the attraction of this book - it was 460-odd pages of facile, frivolous, meaningless tat. I was longing for the end after about 60 pages - it went on about 399 pages too long after that.Basic plot is - girl has enough of the rat race, runs away to the country, falls out of love with her previous life, in love with the idyllic new life which is mainly imaginary - you just know that the novelty is going to wear off soo [...]

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    17. Yes, there is a formula to Jenny Colgan's books but they never fail to bring cheer, offer a light breezy read & make me hungry. Rosie is a fun character as is her feisty great-aunt Lilian. No surprises in the story but it's sweet & fun.🍬🍭🍬I do feel like my Halloween candy bowl isn't nearly as interesting as the British sweets sold in the country sweetshop.

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    18. I absolutely loved this book.I have read the Cupcake books and loved them and this was was as good. However having said that I am probably half a stone heavier as Jenny did recommend reading this eating sweets so, always one to do as I'm told, I sat down with my sherbet lemons, liquorice (or licorish, as Lilian would say) and chocolate limes and munched my way through this wonderfully sweet (no pun intended!) book.I just loved Rosie and Lilian and liked the stories of their loves and lives; Lili [...]

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    19. dedication: To my dear sweeties, and my sweetheartOnce a year, usually in the summer, long term Flister Libbeth sends me a surprise and it is always something refreshing; this time it is a sweet shop with recipes:Opening: SOOR PLOOMSThis is a Scots term that translates as sour plums, but in its original language imitates exactly the contortions of your mouth as soon as you pop one in.The note included in the envelope says 'I enjoyed this book but didn't attempt the recipes as the temperatures in [...]

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    20. I really enjoy books narrated by Jane Collingwood and this was no different. However, I did have a few issues with the main character. I can't say I loved her, she was quite judgemental and jumped to conclusions before hearing the full story. The stand out characters for me were great aunt Lilian and little Eddison, who I thought was adorable. This is the first I've read by Jenny Colgan, and although I didn't love this story I liked it enough to definitely try another book.

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    21. Recensione presente sul sito reginlaradiosa:La gente pensa che l'amore dovrebbe essere come una caramella effervescente: sorprendente, eccitante e rinfrescante. O come il cioccolato fondente: misterioso, adulto e amaro. O come il guscio di uno Smarties che aspetta di essere rotto. Oppure friabile come il caramello; duro come il croccante alle arachidi; doloroso come un frammento appuntito di toffee.Secondo me, invece, l'amore è come una mou. Dolce e profumato, sempre gradito. È il colore dorat [...]

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    22. Chicklit. Ikke den genre jeg har mest erfaring med at læse, og den snubler rundt i klicheer: landsbyliv, storbypige der finder glæden i det simple, en plaget Greve, sød gammel dame, en forfalden butik der får nyt liv. Alligevel fandt jeg den sød og underholdende, og vaklede faktisk mellem 3 og 4 stjerner.

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    23. Rosie Hopkins enjoys her work as an auxiliary nurse in London and her boyfriend Gerard, so why would she want to leave to take care of an old great-aunt she's barely ever met? So what if she's between jobs right now and so what if Gerard hasn't proposed in 7 years of dating? Well, great-aunt Lillian helped provide for Rosie's family and now she needs help selling her house, sweet shop and finding a nursing home so Rosie heads to the wilds of Derbyshire to care for Aunt Lillian. Rosie finds a cau [...]

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    24. Hey ladies! In a relationship rut? Boyfriend doesn't appreciate you? Need a replacement? Get thee to the English countryside (where apparently everyone drives a Range Rover). That's where all the eligible bachelors (of the perfect kind) are at. You'll be fighting them off! Lipton is full of stupid stereotypes: the posh lady of the manor, the old spinster aunt who needs looking after, the rugged handsome farmer, the kind young handsome GP, the dashing handsome patient who is an aristocrat and nee [...]

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    25. A lovely uplifting tale, that was made all the more delicious by being set in a traditional sweet shop. A beautiful story about seizing the day, and enjoying each and every moment as if it was a sweet melting fleetingly on your tongue. I really enjoyed the twin narratives of both the leading ladies which showed how choices made in your youth can have lasting ripples throughout the whole of your life. It was touching to see how the project of restoring the neglected sweet shop also breathed new l [...]

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    26. I found this one difficult to finish: too sickly sweet and corny, sprinkled with sugary hundreds and thousands of inconsequential frivolities. The basic idea of helping an aged great aunt and reopening an old fashioned sweet shop was good, but the thread about Rosie's boring, self-centred boyfriend and potential new love was hackneyed, to be polite! I have read more interesting books by Jenny Colgan; this one was just not me cup of tea at all.

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    27. Maybe two and a half stars since I finished this book.Quite a disappointment. I never managed to get interested. Normally, a Jenny Colgan novel makes me feel good (or rather the two I have read did) but I never got involved in this one. Rosie is a do-gooder but seemed quite spineless to me. I got bored. I won't bother reading the sequel.

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    28. Finished at 2.30 am Really enjoyed reading a well written chick lit. I normally never read stuff like this so it was a very welcome change! Looking forward to reading more from Jenny Colgan.

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    29. Rosie Hopkins lives in London with her lazy, couch potato boyfriend Gerard. Rosie is an auxiliary nurse for an agency and works long hours but never sees the benefits . Angie (Rosies mom) who lives in Australia has volunteered Rosie to go and look after her great aunt Lillian and help sort out the businessa sweet shop.And here we find Rosie in Derbyshire ready to meet Lillian whom she hasn't seen for a long time. Of course Lilian wasn't quite sure what to expect either far as she was concerned R [...]

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    30. For anyone who likes great relationship books, this is a happy choice, not so much for Rosie and her ultimate love interest, but for the relationship between Rosie and her great aunt Lillian. The dialogue is so much fun and you will root for them to find a way to stay in each other's lives.It is clear from the start that Rosie needs to dump the tedious Gerard and make a fresh start when she moves to help her aunt. Eligible bachelors and humorous situations make a fun, escapist read (unless you a [...]

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