Review: The Vintage Teacup Club by Vanessa Greene

The Vintage Teacup Club by Vanessa Greene
Published: November 5, 2013
Format: finished copy via publisher
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Rating: 3.5/5

When Jenny Davis comes across a beautiful vintage tea set at an outdoor market in the English countryside, she’s convinced its fate. A young bride on a budget, she has her heart set on a vintage tea-party theme for her wedding—and the gorgeous gold-rimmed china before her is perfect. There’s only one problem. Two other women have fallen in love with it, too. So they come up with a solution: They’ll share it.

They establish a sisterhood, sharing the ups and downs of their lives—from broken hearts and weddings, to family drama and career dreams. When a figure from Jenny’s past threatens to ruin her big day, Alison’s teenage daughter pushes her to the limit, and Maggie’s romantic life is thrown into turmoil, the members of the Vintage Teacup Club band together—proving their newfound friendship will last a lifetime.

My Thoughts
I really did enjoy this book. I love a good friendship book, one that shows that women can come together and love and support each other. Each of these women came together, each with their own story but all connected via a thing as simple as a teacup. Was it fate? I think so. These women were meant to meet and it was more than just for teacups.

I think these women needed each other as things in their lives were happening they all needed someone there for them. They needed that friendship, the unconditional support from someone other than those around them.

This is a well written read, one that will leave you wanting more. You feel like you've become a part of these ladies lives and want nothing but the best for each one of them. So do yourself a favor and pick up this great read about friendship.

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