Rose Tea Cottage

Where tea is served at half past four




From the Duchess's Private Library
Great Read ~ Great Gift
"Laughsand lots of teaare on the menu when Denis Lipman returns to the East End of London with his new American wife, Frances. Join Denis as he rents quaint cottages, hosts a parade of outrageous relatives, meets quirky locals, and discovers what it’s really like in the English countryside. It’s all much better than Denis remembersand a lot funnier too!"

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23 comments:

Coastal Sisters said...

Dearest Duchess~

I will put this on my reading list. Thank you ever so much for sharing. I just adore reading!

Bisoux,
LuLu~*

Mary said...

Hi Duchess! This looks like a very good book...a little humor is certainly good for us. Reading is so nurturing, isn't it? I take a book with me everywhere...to the dentist, to get an oil change, etc., so I can get even a few minutes of reading in. Glad you have such good authors in your possession! I hope you're having a very good week-end so far, and that you find blessings everywhere you look! Mary

Deanna said...

Duchess,
Do you read quite abit?
Have a wonderful week-end.
Blessings to you,
d

Dustjacket Attic said...

Thank you for the book tip my dear, I love funny reads. Humour is so essential in this world we live in.
xoxo

Rose said...

Thankyou for your sweet comment Duchess.
I hope you also have a lovely weekend :)

Rose

Torie Jayne said...

Hi Duchess, Sounds like a great book! Have a sweet day! x

Madeline's Album said...

Sounds like a good book, one that I myself might read. Have a good day.

ProdigalWife said...

Your Grace--you are too kind! Thank you so much, and the Prodigal and I do hope you enjoy our adventures across the Pond! So exciting about Michael York, isn't it?
Frances

The Prodigal Tourist said...

Your Grace! You do me great honour in featuring me little tome. Needless to say, a proper English tea and a warm welcome will always await you at the Prodigal household! Have a lovely, tea-filled weekend.
I serve at your pleasure,
Sir Denis
Knight of the Order of Tea

Cathy said...

Darling Duchess...sound like a wonderful book!!! I will be putting it on the list!!!

Thanks for sharing!!!

I hope you are having a wonderful weekend!!!
XOXO
Cathy

Felicity said...

it sounds like a good read, i'll add it to my to read list!! fliss xx

koralee said...

Duchess...thank you for the recommendation..I need a little humor in my reading...sometimes school reading is not that fun! Hope your weekend has been wonderful!

Kelly said...

If you recommend it then it must be great!!!
You are a very wise and elegant Duchess!

Lots of Love

Kelly xxxx

JamaGenie said...

I thought "Englishman returning with American wife" sounded familiar. The Prodigal Couple - of course! How lovely that their observations and adventures are now in book form!

Hope you're having a great weekend!
xxx
JamaGenie

Beach Vintage said...

Laughs and lots of tea....what more is there in life?

Sanghi said...

Lovely reading.. do pick ur award from my blog..!

♥ Boomer ♥ said...

Sounds quite quirky and clever! ♥

Faiza Ali said...

Sounds like an interesting book. have a great day dear.

Soaked in sequins said...

OMG, your blog makes me hungry x)

Simply Colette said...

This book looks great. Thanks for sharing! Hope you a lovely weekend.
:) xoxo

Maggie said...

I've pre-ordered mine through Amazon already! canNOT wait!

Shabs.. said...

Hi duchess. Sorry i wasn't able to keep in regular touch, I was busy cos of fasting and stuff! Thanx for visiting my blog and taking time to wish me. I just finished reading all ur posts, and drooling over ur wonderful pics. They are too good.
By the way, read that ur dad had a fall and hurt his neck, Hope his neck is alright now and hope he will recover soon. My prayers with him dear.....
Take care and keep rocking.

Terra said...

Oh dear, this is just the sort of book my husband and I enjoy, and in addition, we are addicted to Eastenders, the PBS show.
In the U.S. we are about 4 years behind so don't tell us what is happening now on the show!
Now I will visit the author's blog.
Thanks for the tip.

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