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A Cuban Girl's Guide to Tea and Tomorrow

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i just finished a cuban girl's guide to tea and tomorrow for the second time in two months; the first time i'd picked it up because i'd heard great things about it. It is believable that part of her shock in managing her sequential losses is her inability to handle events in life she can’t bend to her will. Happening right now—a Miami girl in an English club listening to an English band, sitting on an English boy’s lap, his sweater warm around me.

But, with so much love for it from my friends, and online in general, I thought it would be worth it to give it a shot! I can’t say that my in-laws harp on it, but their stories are definitely divided into Before the Revolution and After the Revolution.This delectable blend of romance and pastry across two continents filled me up and left me eager for more. Firstly, let me just say I know its been quite a bit since I’ve been blogging and interacting with you all, I’ve missed it honestly.

Orion was really sweet, and he just made me want to move to England to meet a cute English guy (though let's be honest- the nice ones must be hard to come by these days) I loved how much he cared for Lila, though it was a little quicker than I would have liked. It sounds like spending the last half hour with me has caused her accent to lean southwest a little. My hand flies up to the golden dove charm hanging around my neck, Abuela’s gift from four years ago. The passing of her grandmother, a mother figure, six months previously is obviously another story, and her reaction is more proportionate. Lila I think, had lived a very sheltered life before this, only Miami and her family bakery and England brings about opportunity for Lila to realise that although she has learned Cuban dishes and pastries and treats very well, there is still so much she could learn and other places that could teach her.She had a friend, Stephanie (might be the wrong spelling because I listened to the audiobook) who planned to leave their plans to attend uni together for a program of sorts in "a village in Africa". A charming, heartwarming story following a Miami girl who unexpectedly finds love - and herself - in a small English town. The book is just generally awful for many reasons including the main character is supposed to be 17 but is written more like a 35 year old. Her favourite tea, the one she’ll turn to when she needs it, which, as an avid tea drinker who has at least 20 different types of tea in her cupboard at any given time, I absolutely loved. While there’s a lot I loved about this book I would have enjoyed just a bit more scenes of baking (they were some of my favorite scenes) and more Lila/Orion adventures because they were cute together and were just fun to read.

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