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The Color of Tea
The Color of Tea
Author: Hannah Tunnicliffe
ISBN-13: 9781451682823
ISBN-10: 1451682824
Publication Date: 6/5/2012
Pages: 336
Edition: Original
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Scribner
Book Type: Paperback
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MKSbooklady avatar reviewed The Color of Tea on + 945 more book reviews
A woman who is destined to remain childless, finds herself owning and running a cafe. Along the way, she finds friends that become family.
mom2nine avatar reviewed The Color of Tea on + 342 more book reviews
Solid first novel, story flows easily. When you have lived in many places, it is sometimes difficult to feel as though anywhere is home, but the local people add so much to one's life. Now I need to research Macau. A bit of a girls' club book, but more depth than expected
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Grace and her husband move to Macau with his work transfer. She faces infertility, and out of her depression, she decides to open a cafe that specializes in macarons.

She is successful in her adventure, finds the local women begin frequenting her cafe for tea, to see what the new flavor of macarons are made, and to enjoy a cup of tea together.

A great,fun and easy read.