The Strawberry Hearts Diner by Carolyn Brown

The Strawberry Hearts Diner

Being broke, unemployed, and stranded back in the tiny town of Pick, Texas, was not part of Jancy Wilson’s plan. Yet here she is, watching her car literally go up in smoke—along with her last-ditch hope of staying with her cousin in Louisiana. When Jancy spies a Help Wanted sign hanging in the window of the quaint Strawberry Hearts Diner, the memories of the two years she spent there as a teenager—and the lure of the diner’s beloved straw...

Details The Strawberry Hearts Diner

TitleThe Strawberry Hearts Diner
Release DateJul 18th, 2017
PublisherMontlake Romance
GenreRomance, Womens Fiction, Chick Lit, Fiction, Contemporary, Contemporary Romance

Reviews The Strawberry Hearts Diner

  • Carrie
    Seventy year old Nettie and forty year old Vicky are co-owners of the Strawberry Hearts Diner in the small town of Pick, Texas. Just when the ladies are wishing that they had more help in the diner Jancy Wilson finds herself in the parking lot with her old beat up car going up into flames. Jancy had just planned on visiting her grandmother's grave in the small town but with little cash and no way out of town she spies the help wanted sign. Jancy ...
  • Lady Heather
    Publication Date: July 18, 20174 stars! This is the first book I've read by this author and I really enjoyed it.It took me a couple of chapters to get used to the author's voice but once I did, the story flowed very smoothly for me.The story centres around 4 strong, independent women who are all related either by blood or friendship. All these women are at different ages and different stages in their life, living in the small town of Pick, Texas....
  • Irene Sim
    This was not what I expected. RTC
  • Sarah
    3 StarsI adore Carolyn Brown as an author, but I have to say that this isn't my favorite.It was a cute and sweet story, and I liked the characters a lot; but I just felt that there wasn't nearly enough conflict.There are a few different story lines going on. Jancy's past and her relationship with Shane; Emily and Rider's relationship; and a con-man shows up in town to try and buy it. All made the trappings for a great story, but any conflict that...
  • Sophia
    A life-weary woman breaks down in a small town she meant to pass on through, a help wanted sign brings her to a special diner that may just feed her soul. Another Texas small town story with a bit a humor and a whole lot of country-loving heart to enough.First of all, word of caution, do not read this one while hungry. The strawberry tarts and down home cooking at the diner will have you salivating. It sure did me.This is a gently-paced character...
  • Blodeuedd Finland
    This book was all these tarts are awesome, the best ever and oh my I am drooling! I need to try those strawberry tarts. My mouth was watering through out the entire book.Jancy has no one and then she gets stranded in her gran's hometown. Poor thing, she only meant to visit the grave and then she is there, no money, no car, nothing to her name. But this is a C Brown book and that means a lovely small town where people are friendly. She gets a job,...
  • Christine Nolfi
    A sweet small-town saga with well-drawn characters. Add this to your light reading list.
  • Heidi
    Three and a half stars: A sweet, down home romance. Perfect for when you need something light and cozy. Jancy is trying to make it to Louisiana on a wing and a prayer. After a quick stop in Pick, Texas, to visit her grandmother’s grave, Jancy puts on her lucky cap and prays her car will make the final stretch. Unfortunately, the car breaks down and burns up right in front of the Strawberry Hearts Diner in Pick. Luckily, Nettie and Vickie are in...
  • AWB
    DNF I'm pretty sure I already know how this book ends... and I've read 23%. This book is so sugary sweet my teeth hurt. It's literally so sweet, I lost interest. Completely. I can't force myself to keep reading it. I've given it multiple shots, and I just don't care. Maybe someday I'll try again. But for now, I'm moving on.
  • Kristina
    Sweet, Feel Good StoryI loved the small town story and down to earth characters. Nancy and Shane were adorable, as were all the others. This was an engaging story without the heavy angst, and it left me feeling light and happy. I’ll definitely check out more from this author.