[Reading] ➿ The Seaside Cafe By Rochelle Alers – Moi-sosedi.info


The Seaside Cafe Set On Breathtaking Coates Island, Off The Coast Of North Carolina, Bestselling Author Rochelle Alers New Series Debut Brings Together Three Book Loving Women Whose Summer Will Offer A Chance To Rewrite Their Own Stories For Three Decades, The Seaside Caf Has Served Delicious Meals To Locals And Island Tourists Alike Kayana Johnson Has Moved Home To Help Her Brother Run The Caf And To Nurse Her Wounds Following A Deep Betrayal Between Cooking Favorite Recipes Creole Chicken With Buttermilk Waffles, Her Grandmother S Famous Mac And Cheese And Spending Time Reading, Kayana Is Trying To Embrace A Life Free Of Entanglements, While Staying Open To New Connections After Striking Up Conversation With Two Customers, Kayana Suggests A Summer Book Club Each Week, They Ll Meet On The Patio To Talk About Their Favorite Novels But There Are Plot Twists Awaiting Them In Real Life Too For Schoolteacher Leah, This Two Month Sojourn Is The First Taste Of Freedom She S Had In Her Unhappy Marriage Cherie, Filled With Regret About Her Long Term Affair With A Married Politician, Discovers A Powerful New Passion And Kayana Finds A Kindred Spirit In A Reclusive Visitor Who S Ready To Make His True Identity Known, And Fill This Summer With New Possibilities Praise For The Inheritance The Ambiance And Flavor Of New Orleans Are On Full Display RT Book Reviews, Stars A Novel That Resembles Female Bonding Romance Series Like The Bride Quartet By Nora Roberts Capitalizing On Its Assets The Sensuous Big Easy Setting And The Rarely Encountered Middle Age Romance Kirkus Reviews



10 thoughts on “The Seaside Cafe

  1. says:

    The Seaside Cafe by Rochelle Alers was what I term a chick lit book Ms Alers did an excellent job of describing Coates Island and I could actually feel like I was there while reading I was intrigued by the description of the book about three women who form a summer book club I confess that Kayana, Leah and Cherie seemed to bicker each time they got toge


  2. says:

    Good book It has two main storylines both centered around Kayana She is a forty six year old woman who returned home to Coates Island two years earlier after divorcing her cheating husband She has found peace and healing in helping her brother run the family caf and spending her free time reading Part of the book is spent on the book club she started with t


  3. says:

    Took me awhile to get into this book But, when I kept reading, I found myself enjoying the story lineand also the interactions between the characters Basically, it s a story about 3 completely different women meeting up by chance They decide to start to start a book club group with just the 3 of them which then gets them involved in each other s backstory Durin


  4. says:

    This book took me awhile to get into I found the characters to be rather irritating at times because they were so defensive about the smallest things I didn t understand the hostile attitudes from the characters, especially from the book club ladies I did enjoy the book though It was a quick, easy read that would be nice for the summer season I also liked how recip


  5. says:

    I m already a fan of Rochelle Alers work and I really liked this one even though it felt a lot slower moving and different from her previous books I ve read This slow burner of a romance feels like a romance for grown folks and it totally is with the heroine, Kayana, being in her late forties and hero, Graeme, being in his early 50s I love mature love and so obviously,


  6. says:

    I wanted to read the Seaside Cafe because the premise is one I love in books women reinventing their lives, food, coastal living and North Carolina Unfortunately the book left me underwhelmed and I attribute it to one reason the story felt fragmented I was not able to connect with it and considered it not finishing it, but I decided to keep going TheI read, theI kept think


  7. says:

    This is such a delightful summer time book The author has created a new series that has every element we love in a summer beach read , This is the first book in what we readers hope will be a ongoing long series This series that has a perfect summer setting, charcters with strong friendships and speaks to the love of books We are introduced to The Seaside Cafe on Coates Island


  8. says:

    The Seaside Cafe by Rochelle Alers is the first book in a new series called The Book Club The Seaside Cafe is located on Coates Island off the North Carolina coast The main characters are the three women who join together in a book club, however Kayana Johnson is who the book mostly focuses on Kayana Johnson is one of the owners and cooks at the Seaside Cafe She handles the breakf


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    For three decades, the Seaside Caf has served delicious meals to locals and island tourists alike Kayana Johnson has moved home to help her brother run the caf and to nurse her wounds following a deep betrayal Between cooking favorite recipes creole chicken with buttermilk waffles, her grandmother s famous mac and cheese and spending time reading, Kayana is trying to embrace a life fr


  10. says:

    I received an ARC from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review All opinions are my own Rochelle Alers is yet another new to me author that came to my attention in my conscious effort to diversify my reading and prioritizeauthors of color, and I was particularly intrigued by the book club theme for this upcoming release, The Seaside Cafe The book itself puts equal focu


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About the Author: Rochelle Alers

Rochelle Alers was born in Manhattan, New York, USA, where she raised She obtained degrees in Sociology and Psychology, before started to work She is a member of the Iota Theta Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., and her interests include gourmet cooking and traveling She has traveled to countries in North, Central and South America, and Europe She is also in accomplished in knitting, crocheting and needlepoint.Published since 1988, today a full time writer, has been hailed by readers and booksellers alike as one of today s most prolific and popular African American authors of romance and women s fiction Withthan fifty titles and nearly two million copies of her novels in print, she is a regular on the Waldenbooks, Borders and Essence bestseller lists, regularly chosen by Black Expressions Book Club, and has been the recipient of numerous awards, including the Gold Pen Award, the Emma Award, Vivian Stephens Award for Excellence in Romance Writing, the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award and the Zora Neale Hurston Literary Award She also wrote as Susan James and Rena McLeary.Rochelle Alers lives in a charming hamlet on Long Island.