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Move Over Darling Paperback – 7 Oct 2012
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And here it is West Wales that our disillusioned, high-flying Londoner escapes to in a satisfying read."
If you re looking for a fun read on a winter s day and like me, remember some of the old Doris Day classics, this story is a delight and one that I recommend."
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Gethin Lewis is an internationally acclaimed artist originally from Penmorfa now residing in New York, who returns to the village to settle his late father estate. The locals think that Gethin has betrayed them both in his work and also in they way he wants nothing to do with the village.
The village has a village hall that need renovating but they have no money. Gethin, feels attracted to Coralie, and knows from past experience if he can paint the girl he will work the attraction out of his system. Therefore he offers the village a painting that they can auction and get the money they so desperately need. There is only one catch, the subject has to be Coralie and she has to go to New York to sit for him.
There are many sub - stories running through this will they or wont they, roller coaster of a novel. Christine Stovell has the gift of interweaving the characters and getting the reader to care about all of them. She uses the colour of Coralies retro clothes to exenterate the happy and sad emotions of the story.
As the secrets of all become unravelled, the truth is exposed as are the true feelings of them all, they reader is rewarded with being the fly on the wall in this small village life, as if we there. A wonderful story by an amazing author who gives us her all.
The Commuting Bookworm 01/10/12
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This was the first book by Chris Stovell to cross my path. It won't be the last. I really enjoyed Move Over Darling - as the characters and plot moved between a small Welsh village... Read morePublished 16 months ago by John Jackson
I found the book hard to get into and unfortunately I didn't connect with any of the characters. I just couldn't wait to finish the book... sadly all for the wrong reasons.Published 24 months ago by A. Mum
As soon as the two chapters were introduced, you knew where this was going. Sorry dear author, but it dragged on interminably.Published 24 months ago by helen c
This was ok, but I found that I didn't really believe in the characters or their actions so I wasn't gripped by the story at all.Published on 19 April 2015 by Beth's Mum
I downloaded this book when it was Doris Day’s birthday. I used to watch a lot of Doris movies when I was growing up and I could almost hear the songs in my head when I read the... Read morePublished on 27 July 2014 by Rhoda Baxter