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The Teashop on the Corner by Milly Johnson
The Teashop on the Corner by Milly Johnson
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful book., 29 Jun 2014
I think everybody who reads this beautiful book will want to live in the area, become friends with the people and certainly run their own teashop! From page one I knew I'd love this book and by page 7 it had me gripped..one of those book that means you won't be doing anything else until you have devoured it.
You get a really good back story to each of the characters and this really helps you to care about them (or not care, in certain cases!)
Milly is so good at adding humour to her stories which i adore but in this book you really get the chance to see how tenderly she can write about sadness, I was left with tears streaming after many scenes (as was pretty much my entire Twitter… Read more
Every Woman For Herself by Trisha Ashley
Every Woman For Herself by Trisha Ashley
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful characters, 15 Jun 2014
I am a huge fan of Trisha Ashleys books and this one lived up to my expectations. Once again Trisha has written the most wonderful cast of characters who come to life and are so joyous to read about.
I never want to ruin a book by saying too much about the story in the review so I will just say that there is fun,romance and humour mixed with some dangerous situations too! I fell in love with a male character who was by no means the leading man but he will be in my mind forever :)
Ice Creams at Carrington's (Carringtons Department&hellip by Alexandra Brown
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Missing it already!, 15 Jun 2014
I had been eagerly awaiting this book after loving the first two Carringtons books and it was as wonderful as I'd hoped it would be.
I loved revisiting the characters and seeing how their lives are evolving, the cast in these books is brilliantly varied and its not just boy meets girl either..the story encompasses a whole variety of relationships and the joys and challenges that go with them.
This story has plenty of 'jeopardy' moments and lots of humour too (which I feel Alexandra Brown writes particularly well).
A well written book always makes you feel that you are actually there and I have such a clear image of the places and people that I feel a bit bereft now that I… Read more