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Ivy Lane: Summer: Part 2 by [Bramley, Cathy]
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  • 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
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 200 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #10,406 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This isn't one of my review books but after a terrible week of not feeling like reading and feeling exhausted. I decided to read this in the hope it would make me want to read again. I've got to say Cathy really did not disappoint with this at all.
We are back at the Ivy Lane Allotments and it is now Summer, the allotments are buzzing as they have been told a film crew is coming along to film them for the Summer, culminating in the Annual Show.
All the wonderful characters are back, Tilly, who is slowly blossoming like a sunmer rose. Gemma and her garden shed beauty treatments, Gemma's teenage daughter Mia. Also all the other wonderful characters. We also have a couple of new characters Aiden (I'm not sure if he is genuine or not) and his cameraman (sorry it's late when I'm writing this and can't remember his name).
Cathy manages to pack so much into so few chapters, there is also a fire and secrets to come out from some of our favourite characters, also we have further hints at Tilly's past and such a cliff hanger of on an ending......
Cathy also leaves us wondering so much, when will we find out about Tilly's past? Will Tilly choose Charlie or Aiden?
All I can say is roll on Autumn, I really can't wait for Ivy Lane - Autumn.
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By C. Colley TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 27 Aug. 2014
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I'm enjoying the Ivy Lane series. At first, I wasn't sure that I liked the idea of a story being published in separate instalments, mainly because I was worried about forgetting the details. It seems to work fine with this story - each story ends satisfactorily and the details to remember for the next one is fairly easy to keep track of. I'm looking forward to the next part of the story and not worrying that I will have forgotten any complex plot details.
The whole story centres on Tilly Parker. In Part 2, Tilly is continuing to settle into her new surroundings and beginning to enjoy life with her new friends at Ivy Lane garden allotments. This instalment follows the shenanigans at the allotment when a TV crew arrive. Tilly's hidden past still lurks in the background of the story.
So far, this is a light-hearted read. The characters are entertaining and easy to warm to. I'm interested in finding out what happens to Tilly, and what the big secret is, but also find the other characters equally as interesting.
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By Damaskcat HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 6 Sept. 2014
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Tilly is recovering from a traumatic event in her life and as part of her recovery she has moved to a different area, started a new job and taken on an allotment even though she doesn't know anything about gardening. In the first part of Ivy Lane she makes a good start and begins to come out of her shell and make friends.

In this second part we find out a bit more about her life before Ivy Lane and she gets on really well with her vegetables. A television company wants to film life on the allotments for a documentary and much against her will Tilly is filmed. Aidan, the director seems like someone she would quite like in her life.

This is a real feel good story - complete in itself to a certain extent but you really do need to read the first part to see how the characters develop and grow. I loved the first part and was really glad when I saw that parts two and three were also out. Part 4 is out later in 2014. If you want to read something life affirming then read 'Ivy Lane'.
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A continuation of the story at Ivy Lane Allotments. As the TV crew 'Green Fingers' descend on the allotment for filming, Tilly develops a crush on Aidan, the TV presenter which awakens feelings she hasn't felt for 2 years and Charlie also makes a declaration of his own. Tilly also succumbs to a bit of beauty treatment in Gemma's shed and Gemma herself is hit by an unexpected surprise.

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
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Enjoyed as much as the first one and learned more about the characters. Loved the summer show and how generous all the characters are. Just got to where I was finding out about what happened to Tilly in the past and then it finished! Thing now what I thought had happened was wrong. So on with part 3 to find out
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Oh my word, Cathy has done it again, Ivy Lane : Summer Part 2 was equally as good as the Spring Part 1 book if not better. This is probably because after a couple of pages, I remember the characters and I was right in there, down at the allotments, sunshine on my face. It really doesn't matter if you enjoy gardening or not, it's about the *village* community down at the allotment patch.
The main character Tilly Parker, opens up a little bit more, although her past hurt with James, still is hidden to Tilly alone. I think maybe each reader will be deciding on what happened to him, I certainly have, and time will tell if I am correct. Fellow allotment holder Charlie, is obviously still very keen on Tilly but she still sees him as friend material. We get to know other characters, especially Gemma, who Tilly lets into her life as a friend, after shutting others out. Gemma has a little story of her own.
However, as we knew from the last book, Ivy Lane is going to be on tv, showing, talking and following the allotment holders until their annual prize day. Producer Aidan arrives and Tilly finds feeling that have been hidden for 2 years. Tilly will not be rushed Into anything but is pleased to feel little bits of herself coming alive again.
What happened at the end of the book, was a huge cliff hanger, that I never saw coming!
I SO LOVED THIS BOOK. My only complaint is that I can't wait for Autumn Part 3.....yes Cathy, you are making me wish my year away.
This is one of the easiest 5 star books I have given, if the next two parts are similar, buy buy buy because there is nothing in this book to disappoint and everything to make you smile.
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