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"A fab summery book that’s got everything from Chanel coats to sexy vicars!" (Fabulous Magazine)
"Fun and thoughtful" (My Weekly)
"Girls, you’ll love putting some bounce into your beach reading and a smile on your face with this chick-lit delight. Bailey writes with a twinkle in her eye…" (Peterborough Telegraph)
A funny and romantic read from the author of Just For ChristmasSee all Product description
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If you've not read Just For Christmas yet, I'd recommend you do so before reading this. The story makes sense regardless, but you'll enjoy it so much more.
Warm, engaging, believable, and beguiling, this is easy reading material but with a great storyline and some fantastic characters. I didn't think I'd warm to Tamsyn to start with but that soon changed. Loved it!
I really got into this book quickly, it flows at quite a pace, and it is hard to believe so much happens in such a short time period. Tamsyn is meeting up with her family after a number of years, and you can instantly feel her awkwardness around them, stemming from her insecurities and guilt about the past. However over the book she really ‘finds herself’, which is mostly down to baby Mo, who she finds abandoned outside the church during the storm. She really brings out the softer side of Tamsyn, which allows Tamsyn to reflect on her life that she lives in France. I also loved Alex (Tamsyn's soon to be sister-in-law) she was so warm and loving, you couldn't help but love her.
Then into the picture comes Jed, the handsome vicar, who I must say I am a tiny bit in love with, he is sensitive, really passionate about his faith, but understanding about those that don’t share it, altogether he is just lovely! Yet nothing is as simple as it seems, and the storyline develops, you find out something disturbing from Jed’s past, I think it was really sensitively handled.
This was a beautiful read, full of warmth and makes me wish I lived in such a tight knit community. This is the first book I have read of Scarlett Bailey’s that I have read, and I will definitely be adding her Christmas books to my Winter TBR pile!
Tasmyn lives in Paris and has worked hard to gain her position in the fashion industry. On hearing about her brother Ruan’s wedding to Alex, and her mother’s insistence she heads back to her home village of Poldore. Nothing goes smoothly for Tasmyn and little after her arrival the village is hit by a huge storm and suddenly everything looks like it is not heading in the direction that Tasmyn hoped for.
Alex and Ruan are characters that we previously met in Just for Christmas; however they are not the central characters in this story. This I feel makes it easier and still and enjoyable book if you have not previously read Just for Christmas, saying that though you must read Just for Christmas as it is such a brilliant book and I feel you would have a richer reading experience by reading that previously. It was nice to catch up on previous characters and I also enjoyed reading about Poldore in a different season.
Tasmyn I feel is not likable at the beginning of the story, however many things happen to her during her time in Poldore and this ‘softens’ her and she begins to change, your thoughts and feelings towards her also change I feel as the story progresses.
Jed is a wonderful character, one with a past and secrets that seem to emerge the more you read the story. He is not your typical vicar! Every village I feel needs a vicar who looks like Jed and he may actually be becoming one of my favourite book boyfriends!!!Read more ›
The story didn't immediately grab me. Upon her arrival in the village, my initial thoughts were that Tamsyn was rather self centred and rude and I really didn't warm to her; however, she grew on me and before the end of the book I was really rooting for her. For me one of the great strengths of the book was the sense of community and people pulling together.
There are some really good, well written characters, Sue, the owner of Castle House was a favourite, as was Jed the vicar, and although she didn't have a speaking part, little Mo was just a delight. This was a lovely warm and entertaining read and the witty one liners kept me chuckling. I've always had a soft spot for Cornwall, it's one of my favourite places and I would have loved for Poldore to actually exist. I really enjoyed my visit there and will certainly be returning to read the other books.
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An absolutely beautiful story, I could not put it down, truly truly heartwarming. A must read this summer. Absolutely adored the characters and fell in love with the story.Published 13 months ago by Laura
What a great book it was a lovely story and could not put it down.Published 20 months ago by linlobbs
Excellent holiday read lots of twists and for those romantics a happy ever afterPublished 21 months ago by Greenacres33
This is an author I haven't read before but will certainly be looking for Scarlet Baileys books now.Published 22 months ago by Kath