The wafting smell of baking Macarons promises Coconut with Passion Fruit-Spiked Buttercream Filling, Plum and Hibiscus with Chocolate Ganache…This is the sweetness, the filling that delights in Hannah Tunnicliffe’s debut novel, The Colour of Tea.
After moving to Macau, a small and bustling island, Grace finds herself sinking beneath the weight of life-gone-wrong. Seeking solace and friendship and even a little freedom, she opens a cafe. Here, she serves food and drink, builds herself up and is built in kind by unexpected friendships and new bits of happiness.
Hannah is on a blog tour! Mara at BeNiceorLeaveThanks starts us off with her interview with Hannah and a few words to describe the book: heartbreaking, lusty, sensual, devastating, uplifting, delicious. Click here to read more.
You can find new interviews with Hannah each day this week:
Tuesday – Colleen, from Miss Manifesto
Wednesday – Natalie, from Books from the Purple Jelly Bean Chair
Thursday – Christy, from Comma Control
Friday – Luanne, from A Bookworm’s World
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