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Lucy Blue, Where Are You? Paperback – Unabridged, 6 May 2005

4.2 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Pan; 1 edition (6 May 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0330486152
  • ISBN-13: 978-0330486156
  • Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 1.9 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,533,729 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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'Totally addictive.' -- Cosmopolitan

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New Year's Day, Inverness airport and a seasonal burst of highland snow grounds all flights. Lucy Blue finds herself agreeing to share her hire car and the drive back to London with a total stranger. Their drive becomes a journey through a winter wonderland, a cocooned world inside a world. For just a few hours Lucy is separated from reality and finds herself thinking and behaving in a way she never would in normal life. And then several weeks later, when life has almost re-established itself and Lucy tries to forget, an ad appears at her local tube station, a small red car at the top, and in bold lettering: Lucy Blue, where are you? . . .

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I'm a fan of Louise Harwoods books, I find them easy to read, light hearted and basically just a fun read - so I was keen to read this one, and I wasn't disappointed. She has not broken the chick lit code and this is as good as the other 2 she has written, I hasten to add that its also no better !!!
The main character Lucy Blue is stranded in a snow covered scottish airport and is desperate to get back to London, so she shares a lift with the typically good looking Jude and yes one thing leads to another - but the question is will they see each other again even with the helping hand of Judes brother Luke and posters in the London Underground ?
Its a perfect summer read sat on a beach or even your garden at home just don't expect too much depth!!
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By A Customer on 16 July 2005
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This book is absolutely fantastic. I couldn't put it down. This is the first Louise Harwood book I have read and it prompted me to by her others. Excellent plot, great characters and fantastic ending. I'll be looking out for more books by this author. Excellent read!!!!!!!!!!!!
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By A Customer on 17 May 2005
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I really enjoyed Louise H's previous books, Calling on Lilly and Six Reasons to Stay a Virgin. This new one is her best yet. And completely brilliant it is too. It's not only huge fun but also very moving when it comes to describing a family that has brushed with tragedy. Frothy? Not at all. An entertaining and satisfying read? Absolutely.
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I loved the first half, with the car journey from Inverness and I was so excited to see what would happen with Jude. So when I came to the second half I have to admit it was a little disappointing for me, I don't want to say anymore because it'll spoil the story but I stayed up all night to read this book which tells you there was something about it that hooked me in. Like a few other reviewers said it isn't exactly a taxing read but I enjoyed it thoroughly and would recommend Lucy Blue for a holiday read etc. I gave this book three stars because as good as it is I do think it could have been something so much better. But don't let me put you off, Lucy Blue is worth a buy so find out what you think for yourself! I would like to read some of this author's other books too.
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Not your typical chick lit book- there's an underlying vein of tragedy and sadness, a lot more complexity than just wondering what to wear or what bar to go to in the evening. But Harwood has a way with words and manages to drive along a fairly serious plot with lots of humor and paced in such a way that made me want to keep reading until I was done – so I finished this book in just over a day! An unexpected snow storm throws Lucy into the company of gorgeous, charming – and distant – Jude for the drive from Scotland to London. It’s a magical day and neither expects to see each other again after its over – in fact they promise they won’t. But one day, posters appear all over Lucy’s local tube stop, proclaiming, “Lucy Blue Where Are You?” and it’s clear that Jude (and Lucy) aren’t willing to walk away. Or is something else going on? I promise you, you’ll love this book – I certainly did!
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Lucy Blue is stuck! Stranded at Inverness airport on a snowy winter's day she must make a decision. Should she wait out the storm or should she take a chance and accept an offer to share a ride from a handsome stranger? Well of course she goes with the handsome stranger scenario! And with exhaustion setting in, a deep mutual attraction beginning to form, and a long drive ahead of them, things start to really happen for our girl Lucy, as she goes on to take even more chances!
"Lucy Blue, where are you?" is a lovely modern day fairy tale about finding true love where you least expect it. I have read similar themes in the past with predictable results, and I feared Harwood's story would take a similar path. It didn't. Fun, flirty, and romantic, (the flyers in the tube station just melted my heart away)" Lucy Blue, where are you?" does not disappoint. It's a quirky romantic tale that left me smiling. Enjoy!
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