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Ivy Lane: Winter: Part 4 by [Bramley, Cathy]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1124 KB
  • Print Length: 108 pages
  • Publisher: Transworld Digital (6 Nov. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KGX23R4
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 193 customer reviews
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After waiting with baited breath for the last two months it was fantastic to catch up with Tilly and the gang again. If you have read part three (autumn), you will know that it ended with a massive cliffhanger. I was dying to know what happened and if all was ok and couldn't get started soon enough. As soon as it had finished downloading to my Kindle I was stuck straight in,

This fourth and final installment does not disappoint! It is so beautifully written, I defy you not to fall in love with Ivy Lane and it's residents. As winter descends upon the allotment things wind down, and it almost feels like it's time to hibernate until the spring.

When we last saw the residents in Autumn there was alot happening. Tilly was slowly starting to emerge from her chrysalis and coming back to life after the devastating accident that tore her life apart. Her friends also have much going on for them. Gemma's pregnancy is progressing and her due date is looming ever closer. Charlie is still reeling from Tilly rejecting his advances, and decides he wants to take a step back from their friendship. There has been no word from TV Producer Aidan and Tilly is devastated, as she realises how much she likes him.

However, in good old Tilly fashion, rather than curl up and feel sorry of herself she throws herself full force with the allotment committee. When the roof is blown off and needs repairs the costs threaten to empty the already depleted allotment coffers and leave them with no Christmas party, Tilly jumps to the rescue and organises a cake baking competition at the allotment. The thought of all the cakes had me drooling!! She then goes on to be master organiser by taking on the Christmas party.

Will Gemma's baby arrive safely?
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I put off reading the final Ivy Lane instalment because I have loved every single thing about this series and did not want it to end. Sad, I know. Thankfully, the wonderful Cathy Bramley has written another serialised novel, Appleby Farm, of which the first part is out this week so it was just the push I needed to finally read Ivy Lane: Winter. Within less than a minute of reading it, I’d managed to ease my way right back into the lovely Ivy Lane community and this was a delightful, fitting way to end a series which has brought me so many smiles, laughs and tears and a new-to-me author whose books I now always look forward to. I can’t wait to re-read the whole of Ivy Lane in its full paperback release later this month.

It felt like being back with old friends meeting Tilly and the rest of the Ivy Lane community again. I wasn’t sure how life would be for Tilly following that ending to the Autumn instalment but we get to see how her character has progressed throughout the series when, rather than hiding away like she might have done previously, she’s ready to throw herself right into the social events at the allotments and help make sure her friends are as happy as possible, with a little bit of match-making to go with. Tilly is such a likeable character and her infectious spirit is gorgeous to read – she’s a fighter and always thinking of others, even when her own life is suffering. I have to admit though that in Winter, I loved her best friend Gemma’s involvement the most. What with her being well into her pregnancy and very close to her due date, you can just sense that a bit of chaos is about to ensue and Gemma effortlessly makes me laugh, at her attitude to everything. She’s a great character and the kind of mad, but loyal, best friend you’d love to have yourself.
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With Winter approaching you don't really think that there would be much going on in an allotment and that everyone would pack up in these cold months and only see each other again in the Spring. This is not the case in Ivy Lane - you have a baking competition and a Christmas party, matchmaking and love to name but a few things going on and Tilly throws herself into all this in a big way taking responsibility for organising many of these events. One feels Tilly is waiting for something and feels the absence of a certain someone. Will she have her happy ending?

A lovely ending but sad to see the end of this series. Perhaps Tilly could make an appearance on Appleby Farm so that we can see how things are panning out for her? I don't think I will ever see allotments in the same light again. They really do feel like exciting places to be and its been the subject of many a conversation with my friends.

Thanks for a really wonderful series Cathy!
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Who has read "Ivy Lane: Autumn" knows that it has ended with a big cliffhanger, as always actually, because every part ended with an open question. This time it was about Gemma's baby and I couldn't wait for "Ivy Lane: Winter" to know what happened! Cathy is absolutely the best teaser in the world, period.

I am totally torn apart right now because on one hand I am so happy to read the whole series, to know what's happened, and on the other hand I'm really sad that the adventure with this friendly allotment just came to an end and that there won't be any more from Tilly and Co... The only thing that is going to keep me going is the fact, that Cathy's next series, "Appleby Farm", starts in February.

But back to Ivy Lane. It was brilliant to meet and greet all the characters that I already grown to love. And it was great to see Tilly, full in her element organizing, organizing and organizing, not only at the allotment, but also at school. Tilly back to life. She was such a good soul, she has really not deserved the life that she had, not this bitter fate and I rooted for her and wanted everything to be okay for her.

It may sound unbelievable, but there are some new secrets revealed in this part as well, especially the one about Charlie. I had very mixed feelings towards Charlie through the whole series and wasn't really sure what to think about him, he seemed to be so fascinated, charmed by Tilly, he wanted her to love him but all the time there was something wrong in him for me. But to be totally honest, also Aidan is not my idea of the Boyfriend of the Year, so actually for me it didn't matter which guy Tilly was going to choose, I was not going to be a happy cookie. Ha, no, I'm not going to tell you which one is this, oh no.
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