Single and definitely not ready to mingle – when Juliet’s heart is broken, she finds comfort in an unexpected place. As she unlocks a world of perfect meringues and cocktails at tea time, Juliet finally puts her life back together – one martini at a time!
On the first night with her boyfriend in their new flat, Juliet discovers that Simon has been sleeping with her best friend. After growing up in a dysfunctional family, and with secrets that haunt her, there’s no way she is prepared to take cheating Simon back.
But then, heartbroken and seeking an escape from her troubles, Juliet discovers her grandmother’s 1950s homemaking manual and she soon finds herself lost in a world of evening soirées and perfect soufflés. Taking control of her life once and for all, and picking up some new kitchen skills along the way, Juliet is determined to start putting herself first. But where will her new-found love of homemaking lead her? And who will she meet along the way?
Readers who love Sophie Kinsella, Jill Mansell and Lucy Diamond will fall in love with this heart-warming tale of love, laughter and old traditions.
The Girls’ Guide to Homemaking was previously published by Amy Bratley.