"A Cuban Girl's Guide to Tea and Tomorrow is an absolute delight. Cozier than a hand-knit gray cardigan and richer than Abuela's pastelito recipe, Namey takes you from Miami to Winchester, and leaves your heart belonging to both."
– Rachael Lippincott, #1 New York Times bestselling author of FIVE FEET APART
"This is the Anna and the French Kiss of my Latinx dreams. Bursting with love for home, family, and culture, A Cuban Girl's Guide is an utterly charming read that feels like a treasured recipe that will heal and feed a broken heart."
– Nina Moreno, author of DON'T DATE ROSA SANTOS
"Warning: Do not read while hungry. This delectable blend of romance and pastry across two continents filled me up and left me eager for more. I could live inside Laura Taylor Namey's lush, vibrant words forever."
– Rachel Lynn Solomon, author of TODAY TONIGHT TOMORROW
"A Cuban Girl's Guide to Tea and Tomorrow is a tale so sweet, savory, and delightful that you'll long to travel, bake, and believe in the possibilities of love."
– Margarita Engle, Young People's Poet Laureate Emeritus and Newbery Honor-winning author of THE SURRENDER TREE
"This book. THIS BOOK. Laura Taylor Namey has written the coziest love story I've ever had the pleasure to read. Her prose left my heart fit to burst into a million starlit pieces scattered between Miami and Britain. Beautiful."
– Erin Hahn, author of YOU'D BE MINE and MORE THAN MAYBE
*"Namey shines.... A heartwarming romance paired with a well-written setting add up to a satisfying read on multiple levels."
– Publishers Weekly, starred review
*"A delectable read about loss, renewal and pastelitos."
– Shelf Awareness, starred review
"This book has it all: the recipe for new, lasting, happy friendships, a dash of romance, and some gentle (albeit hard) lessons about honoring yourself and letting go."
"Part romance, part foodie heaven, the warm atmosphere will make readers want to cook and dance and love."
– Kirkus Reviews