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Review ¿ The Confectioner's Tale 107 ´ [BOOKS] ✪ The Confectioner's Tale Author Laura Madeleine – Berkingmad.co.uk What secrets are hiding in the heart of ParisAt the famous Patisserie Clermont in Paris 1909 a chance encounter with the owner's daughter has given one young man a glimpse into a life he never knew ex What secrets ar[BOOKS] The Confectioner's Tale Author Laura Madeleine Berkingmad.co.uk What secrets are hiding in the heart of ParisAt the famous Patisserie Clermont in Paris 1909 a chance encounter with the owner's daughter has given one young man a glimpse into a life he never knew ex What secrets are hiding in the heart of ParisAt the famous Patisserie Clermont in Paris a chance encounter with the owne.

Laura Madeleine Ø 7 Summary

Ather as a young man with two people she has never seen before Scrawled on the back of the picture are the words 'Forgive me' Unable to resist the mystery behind it she begins to unravel the story of two star crossed lovers and one irrevocable betrayalTake a moment to savour an evocative bittersweet love story that echoes through the decades – perfect for fans of Kate Morton Rachel Hore and Victoria Hislop..

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The Confectioner's TaleR's daughter has given one young man a glimpse into a life he never knew existed of sweet cream and melted chocolate golden caramel and powdered sugar of pastry light as airBut it is The Confectioner's Epub / not just the art of confectionery that holds him captive and soon a forbidden love affair beginsAlmost eighty years later an academic discovers a hidden photograph of her grandf.

Review ¿ The Confectioner's Tale 107 Laura Madeleine is the bestselling author of The Confectioner’s Tale Where the Wild Cherries Grow The Secrets Between Us and An Echo of Scandal After a childhood spent acting professionally and training at a theatre school Laura changed her mind and went to study English Literature at Newnham College Cambridge She lives in Bristol but The Confectioner's Epub / can often be found visiting her family in Devon and get.

10 Comments on "Review ¿ The Confectioner's Tale 107"

  • Diane S ☔

    Review ¿ The Confectioner's Tale 107 The Confectioner's Tale35 Two stories eighty years apart in present day a young woman searching for answers relating to a scandal in her recently passed away beloved grandfather's life Her grandfather name os JStevenson so imagine my surprise when the past story picks up in Paris and narrated by a young man named Gui All becomes clear as the story progresses and it was a aha moment for me when it connectedA well known patisserie in Paris a young man who is given the opportunity to learn to be a chef some beautiful sweet creations and a


  • Primrose Jess

    Review ¿ The Confectioner's Tale 107 The Confectioner's TaleHow do you sum up a book that was Ok A book with a pleasant story that rambled along at a steady pace yet did not touch or speak to you I'm not really sure how to review this one just yet It was a nice read but nothing stood out that would allow me to recommend it to anyone I'll try to think on it and come back with a better review


  • Aditi

    Review ¿ The Confectioner's Tale 107 The Confectioner's Tale “Ever has it been that love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation” Kahlil GibranLaura Madeleine an English author pens her debut novel The Confectioner's Tale that portrays the story of a young man falling for a famous pastry shop's owner's daughter that blossoms into something forbidden meanwhile somewhere 80 years later a PhD student discovers an old photograph of a pastry shop in Paris in her recently deceased grandfather's treasure that takes her back in time to solve a beguiling mystery surrounding that forbidd


  • Regina

    Review ¿ The Confectioner's Tale 107 The Confectioner's TaleSo I could just boringly 'blah blah' blah' about the dual narrative the writing style the characters etc etcHowever all that is screaming at me is 'go to Paris visit a patisserie eat the mouth watering desserts described in the Confectioner's Tale'Okay so on a serious note a really good debut captivating and easy to read history mystery and romance scrumptious If the above sounds appealing then read itThankyou to Netgalley and the publisher for the chance to read this delightful book and to review it


  • Fiona MacDonald

    Review ¿ The Confectioner's Tale 107 The Confectioner's TaleWhat a wonderful story and mystery to transport me to another world in these scary times we are currently living inWe switch in dual narrative between a scandal in 1910 Paris to Cambridge university in the 1980sPatisserie Clermont is THE café to be seen in at the turn of the 20th century and for one lucky man who happened to be in the right place at the right time he has been given a glimpse into the most delectable and delicious workings of the chefs in the kitchen Guillerme du Frere starts off as a pot washer in the kitchen but before long has moved up the ranks to help the senior staff c


  • Elizabeth of Silver&

    Review ¿ The Confectioner's Tale 107 The Confectioner's TaleA chance encounter a patisserie back and forth in time and secrets that will keep you turning the pagesWe meet Guillaume du Frere in 1910 who started out as a railway man met the daughter of the owner of a patisserie and then saved her life Saving her life took Guillaume away from the difficult railway work and into the sweet hard working life in a patisserieWe meet Petra in 1988 who is writing a thesis and stumbles upon the files of her grandfather who has a secret that is well hidden but a secret that she wants to uncoverTHE CONFECTIONER'S TALE was a fun breezy read for me even though it took a few chapters to get goingI enjoye


  • Katie B

    Review ¿ The Confectioner's Tale 107 The Confectioner's TaleThis book was right up my alley because it had a decades old family mystery France and England as settings and yummy descriptions of pastries The action goes back and forth between a granddaughter in 1980s England digging into the past of her now deceased grandfather and a young man in early 1900s France who is captivated by the confectioner's daughter While the author might not be on the same level as Kate Morton the story held enough interest an


  • Shelleyrae at Book&

    Review ¿ The Confectioner's Tale 107 The Confectioner's TaleUnfolding through dual timelines The Confectioners Tale by Laura Madeleine is a pleasant blend of history romance and light mysteryIn the present well 1988 Cambridge PhD candidate Petra Stevenson is desperate to protect her adored late grandfather's reputation from being sullied by a biographer promising to reveal his role in an old scandal Anxious to deflect any dishonour and hoping to discover a benign truth Petra doggedly works to piece together events that took place in Paris nearly 70 years agoThe alternating narrative is set during 1909 in Paris and slowly reveals the story of Guillaume Gui Du Frere a railway labourer from Bordeaux his forbidden romance with Mademoiselle Jean


  • Katie W

    Review ¿ The Confectioner's Tale 107 The Confectioner's TaleI like stories that go back and forth between modern time and history especially when there is a slight mystery to uncover The 1988 story tells of Petra Her famous grandfather has passed away and a biographer uncovers a potential scandal She's determined to solve the mystery before this man can On the flip side in 1910 Paris we are t


  • Eva • All Books Considered

    Review ¿ The Confectioner's Tale 107 The Confectioner's TaleReview originally posted at All Books Considered 25 STARS I was really looking forward to this one I mean Paris a love affair and chocolate I couldn't ask for Sadly the execution of this one resulted in something boring than romantic This is told intercalary between Paris in 1909 1910 and Cambridge UK in 1988 Graduate student and granddaughter of a famous author Petra finds her grandfather's affects include a picture from Paris in 1909 with handwritten note She decides to discover the history of this note So throughout the book we are lead to believe that her grandfather has done something absolutely awful Once Petra actually solved the mystery it was such a le