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- Listening Length: 10 hours and 42 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Whole Story Audiobooks
- Audible.co.uk Release Date: 3 April 2014
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00J94UXKA
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Is This Love? Audio Download – Unabridged
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Tamara loves her sister Lyddie, she adores her and will do anything to make Lyddie's life easier - styling her hair in the fashion of Stars Wars characters, eating popcorn, making sure that there are enough pink wafer biscuits to satisfy her and generally watching out for her. It's something of a shock to find that Lyddie is not Tamara's younger sister, in fact she is a good few years older than her - in body anyway. Lyddie was hurt in a hit and run accident many years ago, she suffered brain damage, and will always live life with the mind of a small child. The accident and it's after effects have shaped the entire family ever since.
Tamara and her boyfriend Max are splitting up. Max has a great new job, but it means moving away and Tamara just can't do that. When Lyddie's childhood sweetheart Jed arrives on the scene and delivers some devastating news to the family, Tamara is just not sure where to turn. Jed is gorgeous, she is attracted to him, but starting a relationship with him could rupture their whole family.
Sue Moorcroft is an incredibly accomplished author, she has created a wonderful cast of characters, playing out a marvellous story in a just fabulous setting. Lyddie is adorable and Jed is gorgeous. Tamara has her daft moments, but on the whole she's a pretty realistic character.Read more ›
Why the hell haven't I read a book by Sue Moorcroft before? I wasn't supposed to start reading this book straight away, but I got sucked in as soon as Jed Cassius appeared on the page and I couldn't put it down until I'd finished it.
Firstly, let's talk about Jed. He is one of the hottest male characters I've read since meeting The Vincent Boys by Abbi Glines. He just oozes sexual confidence, sizzling off the page and making you weak at the knees. There is a darkness to him, that bubbles just under the surface, but this just makes him even more sexy as the story progresses. You are never quite sure if he is going to turn out to be the right person for Tamara. Determined to win Tamara over, he will stop at nothing until she is his. The growing relationship between them just gets hotter and hotter as they skirt around each other.
The rest of the characters were delightful to read about and so well rounded. I loved Lyddie. She was so innocent and I just wanted to hug her and take care of her. Her relationship with Tamara was just beautiful - you could see from the beginning that Tamara would do anything for Lyddie. It wasn't just out of guilt, her love for her sister shone through.
The plot was intriguing, with plenty of juicy sub plots to get your teeth into. I never saw the events of the second half of the book coming at all - they really took me by surprise. I love the way the author mixes difficult, real life situations with hot and steamy romance all running along a fast paced , thrilling path. Sue Moorcroft writes beautifully. The book is so descriptive that you can actually visualise every little detail of the book.Read more ›
When Tamara's sister Lyddie is involved in a car accident, she is left needing permanent care, and Tamara decides to remain in their home village, looking after Lyddie. And when Lyddie's childhood sweetheart Jed turns up in the village, he brings news that shakes the family. Tamara is fascinated by Jed, and as her feelings start growing for him, will Tamara be able to find room for both Lyddie and Jed in her life?
The characters were very-well written and believable, they really came to life from the pages. Sue had me caring greatly about them and I always wanted to read on to find out what would happen. Sue did really well with her portrayal of a family coping with disability, it was realistic and I was particularly touched by the love and devotion that Tamara has for Lyddie. I really liked Lyddie, she truly shone from the pages! I know there will be many readers out there who will fall in love with Jed! I always looked forward to his scenes and especially his moments with Tamara.
I liked the setting of Middledip and I felt immersed in the village straight away. Is This Love? has a bit of everything for everyone, there is romance, the love of a family, sisterly bonds and a great story waiting to be read.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It’s the usual Moorcroft delight: a romance layered with darker events. Here there’s a hit-and-run accident, and serious questions of trust and loyalty. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Linda Carol
This is very much a book of two parts. The first part, which took up most of the first half of the book, concentrates on Tamara and her brain-damaged sister Lyddie. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Anne
loved the middledip series I have read so many books recently I cant remember which one this was thats more about me that the book.Published 18 months ago by KD