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Coming Down (Love in London Book 1) by [Elks, Carrie]
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About the Author

Carrie Elks lives near London, England and writes contemporary romance with a dash of intrigue. She loves to travel and meet new people, and has lived in the USA and Switzerland as well as the UK. An avid social networker, she tries to limit her Facebook and Twitter time to stolen moments between writing chapters. When she isn’t reading or writing, she can usually be found baking, drinking wine or working out how to combine the two.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3640 KB
  • Print Length: 302 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00NOXVRAM
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,289 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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I wasn't sure about this - I've read and loved some of Carrie's other works but the cheating aspect initially put me off. But its done well, not a behind the back type cheat, and the conumdrum of Beths past and the way Simon has taken the scared broken girl she was and helped her become the person she is now is well written. Simon likes taking care of her, but she's grown and doesn't need that. He doesn't like her job as it places her in dager at times - but she loves her work and he can't seem to understand that it makes her life feel valuable. Then along comes Niall from her past, from a bad time for both of them and the pull between them is still there.
Its a great read, so well written and I honestly felt for all three of them. Its packed with drama and emotion and at times had me on the edge of tears, not just for Simon Beth and Niall but for her freinds and the children she worked with. Its a very realistic book, they felt like people I could know, and their probelms are the kind of everyday ones people do face.
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I have never read anything by this author and just kind of stumbled on this book and I'm so glad I did. Usually I read books set in America so it was nice for a change to read a book with the setting in London as I come from there although I don't live there anymore so it was nice to recognise some of the places in the book. But this author is a brilliant writer and it captured my imagination throughout the book. The story revolves around 3 characters, Beth, Niall and Simon. It goes back 9 years every other chapter and then is in the present. Niall is Beth's past 9 years ago and Simon is her present as she's married to him. But Niall appears back in her life again after a tragic parting for both of them 9 years earlier. Simon is a lot older than her and it is obvious that although she is fond of him she doesn't love him or have the same passion for him as she still does for Niall after meeting up with him again. There is a lot of angst and drama throughout the story as Beth is also involved in an afternoon club for the children of addicts and she is involved with Daisy the mother and addict of her daughter Allegra who attends the afternoon club. This story has everything in it and I just couldn't put it down which to me is the ideal book. I am now going onto the second one called 'Broken Chords' Book 2 which is about the story of Lara who is Beth's friend. I just hope it's as good as this one.
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This is the first book in the Love in London series, but can be read as a standalone, I read this entire series totally in the wrong order and was absolutely fine.
When Beth runs into a guy from her past, she hopes that the past will remain where it should be. But nothing about Beth’s life is ever that easy. She remembers how it felt to be that carefree teenager, before everything went horribly wrong. But now she is married, grown up, no longer free to do whatever she wishes.
The connection between Beth and Niall is obvious. Even with her rich husband hovering in the background. He wants the lovely little wife to be by his side at functions and they seem to have more of a friendship than a relationship. Unfortunately her desire for her teenage love never went away.
A really great read, thoroughly enjoyed this book.
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This is the first Carrie Elks book that I have read and I loved everything about it.

Beth is finally in a place where she can be happy. Married, wealthy and a job she loves. But when her past comes back in the form of NIall, an up and coming artist, this takes Beth back to a place she has been trying to hide from.

With her job potentially putting her harms way, her husband asks her
quit, but to do that, she would also have to give up seeing Niall and that is something she just isn't ready to do. As her marriage begins to crumble and old feelings are brought to the surface, will Beth have the strength to face her past and allow her self to be truly happy?

This was a beautiful written book and Carrie Elks took me into the story with ease. The emotion in the book is evident and I will definitely be adding more of this authors work to my TBR.
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I could not put this book down! It was gripping from the very first page. The story grabbed me and wouldn't let go. I had a lot of sympathy for the main characters, Beth and Niall, and I liked how they weren't black and white, but very human. I felt their pain and guilt for what had taken place in their past, how they still hadn't really got over what happened, and how it was affecting their present.

This story was very romantic, which I liked, but I also thought the parallel story of Beth helping the drug addict and her daughter was powerful and moving. I thought that the author did a good job of weaving the strands of the two stories together, especially towards the end.

Beth and Niall, as well as the other characters, were believable and I especially found the relationship between Beth and Neil touchingly portrayed. They're both vulnerable and both hurting and the way in which their relationship progresses over the course of the story was very well drawn.

All in all this was a great read and I'm keen to read the next one now! Carrie Elks is definitely an author to watch.
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