Rosie Hopkins’ elderly aunt Lilian needs her help, so Rosie is moving to the depths of the countryside for a few months to look after her. Lilian has spent her life running Lipton’s village sweetshop. As she struggles with the idea of selling up, she also wrestles with the secret history hidden behind the jars of sweets.
Reviewed by The Blank Books
Trite and predictable. Saccharin and sweet. Pure chick lit.
Star rating: *