For seventeen years, Florrie Dunn never looked beyond the confinements of her small life. All she knew of was juggling her time between helping her mother run 'Frostbite', the Dunn family cupcake shop, and keeping her school life in the palm of her hands. Either way, life in the quiet town of Jayne was never known to be enjoyable - after all, there was only so much fun you could have in a place where teenagers were a rarity,
However, with Frostbite nearing the end of its career, Florrie and her mother are doing everything to keep their business from collapsing. From spending late nights plastering posters on shop windows to giving the shop some uplifting, the family of two are desperate to cling onto their only income.
But when Florrie catches the eye of Frostbite's latest regular, Oliver, with his old guitar and tattoos, things start to change. From reckless endeavours to finding love, long gone is the calm life she's used to. Yet, Oliver has some secrets of his own which Florrie is desperate to uncover.
She soon learns that perfection can't last forever when you have to choose between your family and the boy who taught you to live again.
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