- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1123 KB
- Print Length: 97 pages
- Publisher: Transworld Digital (3 July 2014)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00ITVYWM4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 212 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,274 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Ivy Lane: Summer: Part 2 Kindle Edition
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As a TV crew arrives at Ivy Lane allotments, Tilly, as we discovered in Spring, is dreading the invasion she is expecting into her personal life. Having grown to love Ivy Lane – the achievement of each successful crop and the new friends she’d made, the last thing she wants is any of her secrets to be revealed. As the impatient reader I am, the TV crew part of this novel was so intriguing because I just wanted Tilly to be shook up so I could learn all her secrets on the spot… Clearly, this is why Cathy is the author and not me because she paced this flawlessly.
Ivy Lane: Summer has everything I love about a novel – wonderful characters, a gorgeous setting and twists ready to be unveiled at any opportunity. I fell in love with Ivy Lane: Spring for its community spirit and Summer was no different. What I loved even more in this book though was that though there are a lot of characters named alongside Tilly, they’re all really memorable and we learn just enough about all their individual quirks and traits. The strong development of several characters was something I found really impressive for such a short book.
There was one particular new character on the scene that shook things up for Tilly a little bit throughout Summer and I’m still not sure what to think of him! I was a Charlie girl in the first Ivy Lane book and now I’m completely torn!
And that ending... It was perfectly infuriating but I loved it! It also made me unashamedly check to see how long I have to wait until the Autumn instalment of Ivy Lane (63 days…) and I really don’t know how I’ll wait that long because this series is fast becoming one of my absolute favourites. There were a few hints at dates and things which might come up in the Autumn and Winter editions of Ivy Lane but for now, I’ll have to settle for the frankly brilliant, stunning Ivy Lane: Summer. This is simply the perfect choice for your summer reading.
However below the surface lurks the ghost of Tilly's ex 'James' as we are given small hints and teasers we are still no nearer to working out what happened in Tilly's past. I am finding now this is the single most important thing we need to fathom and despite Tilly opening up I don't feel she will truly move on until she has told someone like Gemma perhaps her big secret which we as readers are also all dying to know.Also wondering what links the visitor at the end of the book has to Tilly and possibly James's past? Will Tilly get it together with Aidan when he returns from Peru or is there someone else in the next book who wins her heart?
Another wonderful book from Cathy with a quirky and interesting cast of characters, looking forward to Book 3
Just the thing to read before bed or on a wet afternoon. Keep them coming!
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