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- Language: English
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- Average Customer Review: 18 customer reviews
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Yes, the character of Clay/Tom is really annoying, but that invokes emotion in the reader, keeping you involved in the story, wanting to read on, hoping that Lexy will come to her senses and dump the idiot!
All in all, a great relaxing summery read to take on holiday.
Thank you again Emily, I look forward to the next one!
Couldn't put it down all of Emily's books have the power to take you too pretty costal location or winter in Scotland a fantastic author.
Emily Anne Brandon is a new author to me and Love on the Rocks is her third full length novel. Her writing style reminds me of Milly Johnson and Lindsey Kelk, so fans of romcoms with heart will adore Love on the Rocks.
When Hollywood hunk Clay Gable flees from the stress and strain of the bright lights and media intrusion and rocks up at the fictional village of Whitehorse Bay on the coast of Scotland, a village he remembers from his childhood, he's hoping for a chance to unwind and have some imbiguity and doesn't expect to be recognised by the first person he bumps into.
Lexy has lived in the village all her life and happily commutes to the city everyday to work so she can continue living in her family home. She is still grieving the sudden tragic loss of her parents seven years ago, She has a wonderful network of friends in the village including her ex Jamie, who runs the local pub, and has her faithful furry friend Brian the collie dog who all help bring a smile to her face. Her love of art, specifically painting, is another release for her. When she bumps into the stranger to the village she instantly recognises him as her old childhood friend Tom Onion but also finds his face familiar and works out he's non other than film star Clay Gable.
Lexy goes on a mission to change Tom's/Clay's appearance to keep his celebrity identity hidden. A friendship soon blossoms between the pair and chemistry strikes.
However, Tom/Clay has a split personality, one minute he's full of charm and the next he's quite controlling and possessive. It's hard to work out his true intentions.
Can the Hollywood hunk keep his identity secret? Will the quiet village life be enough for him? Can Lexy learn to let love back in her heart following the tragic loss of her parents? Can Lexy fulfill her creative dreams?
I loved the setting of this story and with the great dialogue from the characters you felt a real sense of being in the Scottish village. The characters were written with great warmth and humour and they all blended well together.
Fun and frolics on the Scottish coastline with wonderful moments of endearment dealing with grief, friendship, village life, new beginnings, hope and belonging.
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Reminded me of Sophie Kinsella...
Keep up the good work (:
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