A dash of friendship, a dollop of tears, a pinch of secrets, and a sprinkling of magic...
Scarlett has a big problem...
She's the star and victim of her mum's popular blog - the butt of school jokes, she's eager to stay firmly out of the spotlight. But one evening, she finds a gorgeous kitchen in the house next door, left empty by an elderly neighbour in hospital. As Scarlett bakes, she starts to transform her life, discovering new friends and forming the Secret Cooking Club. But can she fix her family, seal her friendships and find the mysterious secret ingredient?
The Secret Cooking Club is a heart warming story of friendship, relationships, parents and children, and finding out the things that truly matter.
Wedding Cakes are baking in Scarlett's
kitchen, but will it all end in "tiers"?
Scarlett's blog has found success beyond her wildest dreams. A TV show is on the cards and the Secret Cooking Club has several new members. What's more, her mum is getting married, and Scarlett is baking the wedding cake. Everything is perfect . . . or is it?
Her estranged dad arrives in town unannounced, and Scarlett's friends say fame has gone to her head. And what's up with Nick? Does he want to be her boyfriend or not? As the wedding approaches, she has much more on her mind than the perfect bake.
Read the delicious sequel to The Secret Cooking Club.
Fashion, family, fun and friendship...
what can possibly go wrong?
When Andy’s school announces a new no-uniform policy, her classmates are over the moon – but her heart sinks.
All she wants is to dress like everyone else, but her mum’s the owner of a run-down kooky vintage boutique, so she’s bound to look – well – different. But when Andy finds a gorgeous bag full of designer goodies in the shop’s storeroom, everything changes. Can she learn to love vintage, and help transform her mum’s shop into something truly special?
From the acclaimed author of The Secret Cooking Club series, this is a fresh, authentic, and totally addictive novel about how real makeovers go so much deeper than clothes.