Paradise House Paperback – 1 May 2008
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"[A] romantic, inventive, and riveting read. James at her best." "Good Book Guide""
Another blockbuster from bestseller Erica James - set beside the sea in idyllic Pembrokeshire.See all Product Description
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But enough of that, as it isn't the main thrust of the book. The location is described in such a vivid manner that you feel you are reading the book there. The interplay of characters is very real, and varied, and you find that the pages keep turning because when it comes to a choice of carrying on reading or getting some sleep, NOT finding out what happens next is worse than the alarm ringing two hours after you dragged yourself away from the book. And I speak from experience.
I recommend this book to everyone who has read her other work, and to most people who haven't.
This is another book that hops from one time to another. I seem to have read a few using this technique recently, so supposedly the authors feel it is a good way of filling us in.
This is a pleasant summer read, all the action takes place in the traditional seaside resort of Angel Sands. in the present Genevieve(early 30's)is running her parents B and B 'Paradise House' and the flash backs are to her teen years and 'first love'. Of course things went wrong then and by coincidence the 'first love' walks back into her life.
Soppy yes but still worth reading if it is the sort of book that normally appeals to you.
This was a light, feelgood read and the writing flowed well. I would recommend this as a holiday read or just for pure escapism.
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The cover and the title both evoke images of relaxed, long, summer holidays spent with family near to the sea. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Crooksonbooks
Very enjoyable read, as are all Erica James books that I've read so far.Published 6 months ago by Catriona macKenzie
Great holiday read - fun - Erica James never fails to uplift and give you a right good laugh - just what we all needPublished 7 months ago by M Watson