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Hundred To One (Cedar Tree Series Book 2) by [Barker, Freya]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1358 KB
  • Print Length: 379 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00R8JM946
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
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Firm fàvourite. As was the case in the first book, I knew I was going to fall in love with ordinary people trying to live ordinary lives. In the diner scenes I could smell the meat frying and the sauces bubble in pots on the stove. I imagined the waitresses in their traditional diner style uniforms and the Formica table tops with chrome salt and pepper shakers. Such is the authors gift for creating a setting and personaality it was easy picture our very everyday couple living their everyday lives.........while fighting the un-ordinary events that surround being stalked by a lunatic while falling in love.

We got to revisit the couple from the first book and truly appreciate the friendship of the women. This is not a story about perfect people with perfect bodies, careers and lives. These are the people we meet every other day albeit for dramatic effect, with a thrilling back story. I feel like I've moved in to a small community and have the good fortune to view/take part in the lives unfolding in this town. Two lovely lovely books about ordinary people living extraordinary ordiny and must be said, sexy lives....and doing it at 40+.

Highly highly recommended!
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This thing I loved about Slim to None, the first in the Cedar Tree books, was the fact it was written about characters who have real, normal things that affect their day to day living. Hundred to One continues in the same vein. You meet Arlene and Seb in the first book, this is their story. Both characters have issues from their past, and issues that affect them now. The story continues with the same cast of characters and takes you deeper into the past and how it influences the future. I love the relationship with Arlene and Emma, just like so many normal women have with their "besties". can't wait for Book 3
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I'd been looking forward to 'Hundred to One' since I put 'Slim to None' down.

I really liked Arlene when we met her in book 1. She was a tough cookie, bloody minded and determined, but we got the feeling that there was much more to her - and boy, was there ever!!
Given the hand life had dealt her she was still strong and independent. Through the book she faces some pretty difficult problems ~ things she thought were dead and buried rear their ugly head ~ we find out just what she's had to put up with and endure in her past and we see the wall she's built around her start to crack and crumble.

Seb, oh lordy, that man..... I want a Seb for myself!!!!
He was a kinda background character in book #1. We got a glimpse of a protective streak when it came to Arlene but in 'Hundred to One' we find out just how he feels about her.
Seb hasn't had the easiest life either and he's got a secret that we're not entirely sure about for a lot of the read. Rough, tough but with a lovely heart, he's fab!!!

Both have a past, both have been hurt and are a bit broken, but together they might just be able to make themselves whole.

Just like Slim To None, one of my favourite things was the realness of the characters. I could identify with them - they've lived through difficult times, have secrets, health issues, hangups and aren't picture perfect, but for me, they are perfect characters. As with the previous book and characters, the sex, when it happened was hot, steamy and realistic!

There was action, drama and suspense that kept me hooked.
I loved the interaction between Seb & Arlene. We caught up again with Emma and Gus (another fab couple). The friendship, chat and relationship between the 2 lead females in the series is very real and believable.

Freya has got a wee gem of a series on her hands and I can't wait to read more about the Cedar Tree gang!!!
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Oh I was so looking forward to this book. I loved the first one in the series, I have to ask why change the writing style to the first person. Very jarring after the first book I dislike that style of writing and I just couldn't get past that it spoilt it for me.
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Thoroughly recommend this book. Freya had me turning the pages to find out what happens next. Loved Seb and Arlene story of how they overcome the troubles thrown at them. Hope Freya writes another Cedar Tree story maybe about Caleb and Kate .
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Freya is a great story teller and this is a really good tale. It's smooth and flows along at a nice pace with two or three stories interwoven into the main tale. Very steamy in places and funny in others. Overall this is an enjoyable read and well worth its 4* rating
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