The Little Theatre on the Seafront

*Shortlisted for the Katie Fforde Debut Romantic Novel Award 2019!*

When Lottie’s Gran dies she leaves one last request; save Greenley Theatre.

Faced with a decaying building, a mayor who most definitely isn’t on board with the project and a group of actors who just can’t get along, Lottie has her hands full, but with best friend Sid by her side she knows she can do it somehow.

But the arrival of Jeremy, a hotshot London developer who sweeps Lottie off her feet, complicates things. Suddenly Sid gets a new girlfriend, the Greenley Players fall apart, and that crumbling building? Well it crumbles a whole lot more. With no one to turn to, Lottie has to find the courage to save the day.

Will Lottie be able to save the theatre and also follow her heart?

Readers LOVE Katie Ginger

‘This book is every sort of wonderful, with gorgeous characters, a stunning town and a friendship that turns in to a romance you’re not going to want to miss out on’ *****

‘Does jumping up and down, cuddling my Kindle and grinning from ear to ear count as a review?!…Katie writes with such warmth and humour and I could feel every word’ *****

‘Loved it!’ *****

‘A fantastic chick-lit page turner’ *****

‘Sweet, heart-warming, and very enjoyable. This book is like a warm chocolate chip cookie, you feel better for eating it, get a bite of exciting chocolate now and again all while just enjoying the experience. Love the book!’ *****

‘The perfect book to enjoy in a few days of quiet downtime’ *****

‘Absolutely loved this book. Couldn’t put it down. Wonderful uplifting storyline. Can’t wait to see what’s next from this author!’ *****

The Little Theatre On The Seafront has to be one of my top ten books of 2018. I loved everything about the book … I can’t wait to see what Katie Ginger comes up with next and I know that it will be another cracking read…a very well deserved 5* out of 5*’ *****

‘Faultlessly enjoyable’ *****

‘One of my favourite series out there…Love, laughter and nerves a plenty were bursting off the pages’ *****

‘A perfect summer read’ *****