Hot and Cold at the Starlight Diner

      Helen Cox

Hot and Cold at the Starlight Diner

Set in 1960s New York, this is the story of the opening of The Starlight Diner. A romantic, retro read with a dark undertow.Next time you’re in New York, take a turn off Broadway onto East Houston Street. There, you’ll see it: The Starlight Diner. A retro eatery curious enough to delight tourists and locals alike. Fifties tunes stream out of the jukebox long into the night, and it serves the tastiest milkshakes in the five boroughs.Set in 1963, this is the story of the opening of The Starlight Diner. A darkly romantic read with a retro edge.
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    Secrets and Fries at the Starlight Diner

      Helen Cox

Secrets and Fries at the Starlight Diner

The smart second novel in the Starlight Diner series 'Fresh, original and addictive' PHILLIPA ASHLEY What brings Bonnie Brooks to The Starlight Diner? And why is she on the run? As the front-woman in a band, Bonnie is used to being in the spotlight, but now she must hide in the shadows. Bonnie only has one person who she can turn to: her friend Esther Knight, who waitresses at the Fifties-themed diner. There, retro songs play on the jukebox as fries and sundaes are served to satisfied customers. But where has Esther gone? Alone in New York City, Bonnie breaks down in front of arrogant news reporter, and diner regular, Jimmy Boyle. Jimmy offers to help her. Can she trust him? When the kindly owner of the Starlight Diner offers Bonnie work, and she meets charming security officer Nick Moloney, she dares to hope that her luck has changed. Is there a blossoming romance on the cards? And can Bonnie rebuild her life with the help of her Starlight Diner friends?
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    Milkshakes and Heartbreaks at the Starlight Diner

      Helen Cox

Milkshakes and Heartbreaks at the Starlight Diner

A witty, romantic, New York-inspired novel. 'With its shades of light and dark, this delicious debut is a page-turner you'd be mad to miss' SAMANTHA TONGE Esther Knight is sharp, sarcastic – and hiding something. She waitresses at The Starlight Diner: a retro eatery where Fifties tunes stream out of the jukebox long into the night, and the tastiest milkshakes in New York are served. Nobody at the diner knows why Esther left London for America – or why she repeatedly resists the charms of their newest regular, actor Jack Faber. Esther is desperate to start a new life in the land of the free, but despite the warm welcome from the close-knit diner crowd, something from her past is holding her back. Can she ever learn to love and live again? Milkshakes and Heartbreaks at the Starlight Diner is a witty, romantic, New York-inspired novel.
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