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Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? by [Carroll, Claudia]
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4.3 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews

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Review

Praise for Claudia Carroll:

‘Hugely enjoyable.’ Heat

‘A guaranteed laugh.’ Hot Stars

‘It bubbles and sparkles like pink champagne.’ Patricia Scanlan

’Hilarious, effervescent, heart-warming…Claudia Carroll has another winner on her hands.’ Irish Independent

‘Filled with energy…and brimming over with enthusiasm.’ RTE Entertainment

‘Imaginative, funny…pure escapism.’ News of the World

About the Author

Claudia Carroll was born in Dublin, where she still lives and where she worked extensively both as a theatre and television actress.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1395 KB
  • Print Length: 435 pages
  • Publisher: Avon (18 Aug. 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0055P364W
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #16,898 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This was the first Claudia Carrol book that I have read, and although I really enjoyed the story, I got very fed up with her use of the 'word' anyroadup. I know to most people this would be a minor issue and would not detract from the book, but I found the way she kept repeating it over again extremely annoying. I don't like slang in any book unless it is in relevant converation, and this definitely wasn't. It would prevent me from buying any more of Claudia Carroll's books, which is a shame as I enjoyed the rest of it.
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As far as I am concerned, this was OK for a holiday read. The front cover says 'It bubbles and sparkles like pink champagne'. For me it felt a bit flat. I thought the prologue was so good and so painful that I had to stop reading it for a moment but the rest of the book did not grip me. I didn't really feel the emotions of the characters, I felt it not believable. I read a review which said how the repetition of the word 'anyroadup' annoyed the reviewer so when I came across it for the second time I thought 'aaaargh' but I think it only appears about 12 times in the book(, not counting but after the review it sort of leapt out at me.) Personally I hated the repeated use of 'feck'. Anyhow or anyroadup(!), I could put the book down, which was very different to how I felt about the book I had read before this one 'How to fall in Love' Cecilia Ahern. Other reviewers have written about the story line, I am just writing about how the book was for me. It was fine for an easy holiday read but I am not passing it onto my friend,not good enough. Claudia Carroll's 'Personally I blame my fairy godmother' was heaps better . This one was a disppointment after that.
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This is Irish author (and actress) Claudia's 8th novel although this was the first time I'd come across her work. High hopes quickly set-in with the back cover stating it is `perfect for fans of Sophie Kinsella and Marian Keyes', sounded like I could be in for a good read!

The book follows Annie, one half of an apparent perfect couple, Annie and Dan. Annie and Dan are childhood sweethearts, meeting at boarding school in Dublin in their early teens and soon becoming inseparable, despite family warnings they go on to marry in their early twenties. When Dan's father passes away they move to be with his family in Stickens a village which is a good two-hour drive from their happy city-life. We join Annie as she struggles with rural life, in-law family life and despite being surrounded by people her feelings of isolation and being stuck in a rut, becoming old before her time. Not only has Annie effectively put her acting career on hold since moving to the village - working in a small bookshop instead; she barely ever sees Dan who is busy establishing his veterinary practice and being `Mr Nice Guy' to everyone with detrimental consequences for the marriage.

Annie hits a point of no return just as she is offered her dream job - a part in a Broadway show. Will an already strained relationship survive this upheaval? We follow the story as Annie moves to New York for her twelve-month stint in the play. One final let-down later they agree to a 12 month break - a relationship sabbatical, a chance for Annie to live the life she always felt she missed out on, no strings, `no obligation..to call or check in or try to keep us alive. No pressure, no long-distance relationship, no stress'.
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Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? is probably Carroll's most ambitious novel to date (and she does like to be `out there' with her plots - a re-telling of Cinderella last year, the year before that the girl died and went to heaven but had the chance of coming back, she's had psychics in her novels...) and it asks the question of can love survive long distance. Can a couple who have been together since they were teenagers survive as Annie finds herself in New York and having all her dreams come true as she stars in a Broadway play whilst Dan has to stay home in Stickens in Ireland because that's where the couple live. That's where his family are. His vet's practice. It's like a seven-year-itch novel but without the annoying name of it being a seven-year-itch novel. It's not necessarily that Dan and Annie have fallen out of love with each other, they just don't know how to be around each other. Annie feels frozen out and alone in Stickens, with a mad mother-in-law and a never-ending circle of visiting neighbours to boot while Dan is always rushing around like a man possessed to be Ireland's Greatest Ever Vet heck he's probably going for Ireland's Greatest Ever Person as he can't say no to anybody; except Annie.

I love me some long distance love affairs. I loved the idea of Annie and Dan hitting the pause button on their relationship and meeting a year later at Rockefeller center in New York where they got engaged. I think mainly I loved the romance of it all; I love the idea of two people who love each other seeing if the grass is really greener or if it just appears to be greener. Mind you, Annie's life in Stickens was miserable.
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