- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1850 KB
- Print Length: 331 pages
- Publisher: Bookouture (18 May 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XCWMT1P
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 21 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #325 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Annie's Lovely Choir by the Sea: A heartwarming laugh out loud romantic comedy Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Annie was the type of character that I formed a bond with right away, she’s so well formed that it was very easy for me to imagine her leaping from the pages and entering my real life. Oh how I wish she would, I just adored her. She’s very closed off and likes to keep to herself as she doesn’t really believe in the idea of family. It was always just her and her mom and now that her mom has passed away, she’s perfectly content on her own and knows that forming deep bonds and meaningful relationships only leads to headaches and trouble. When she decides to go meet her aunt for the first time she really goes out of curiosity and expects that it’ll be a quick trip and then she’ll get back to her life in London. But she didn’t anticipate meeting an irresistible cast of colorful characters in Salt Bay.
The characters were all absolutely engaging and lovable (with the exception of one) and I couldn’t possibly pick my favorite, I equally enjoyed all of them. Kayla is an Aussie barmaid with a wicked sense of humor and loads of charm. Josh is a moody hunk who tends to rub Annie the wrong way and she refers to him as a Cornish pirate which while hilarious, conjures up quite an alluring image. Alice is her aunt and was a dear, sweet woman and the residents of Salt Bay were all highly eccentric and wholly entertaining.Read more ›
As I go to Cornwall often I found it so lovely to read about the village and beaches and all the people who.live there very well written
As the story begins, Liz Eeles gets to the heart of it right away. For as long as Annie can remember, it has only ever been her and her mother. Throughout growing up, she has no recollection of having any other family, and the tales her mother told of her relatives from years ago didn't exactly entice Annie into wanting to get to know them. From what she'd heard, they'd hardly been the most supportive of parents for Annie's mother, when they turned her away at the news of her pregnancy. And so, when Annie's mother sadly passes away, she is left feeling more lonely than ever. She has one good friend, Maura, who is in the throes of bringing up her baby, but other than that, Annie is mostly alone. Even her ex, who she found cheating on her, decided she wasn't worth sticking around for. Adding to that, Annie is jobless too. Life is looking pretty dire for her.Read more ›
For those growing wearisome of books that seem to have a certain theme running through the story i.e: cupcakes, weddings, cafés etc don't be worried by the title here as the choir is not the dominant storyline in this book rather it is one of many yet a crucial element that brings the residents together after such a long period of being individuals trying to suppress hurt and bad times. Annie has just had her last day as P.A to a chief executive of a charitable trust and is at a bit of crossroads in her life. London has been her home for the past 29 years and she loves every aspect of her life there.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a novel to fall in love with.
Annie is one of the most adorable characters and the setting of Salt Bay made me wish to head for my beloved Cornwall. Read more
Just like Annie, it was curiosity which spurred me on an adventure with this book. I am not fond of choirs, probably because I have the most terrible voice, but something in the... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Chocolate'n'Waffles
Annie Trebarwith loves her independence, but having just reached the end of her latest job contract and found her boyfriend in a compromising position with a work colleague, it's... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Neats
I enjoyed this book, even though it wasn't the fastest moving story ever.
Past and present collide and some demons are laid to rest. Read more
I have to admit from the title and book cover I had envisioned the story to be one that might be aimed for the more romantic and older readers among us. Read morePublished 4 days ago by sarah hardy
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