This was a lovely surprise as I won it from the Goodreads giveaways that they have all the time. I like this author and have read many of her books in the shopaholic series but this one beats those. This is full of love and warmth and I am sure many women will connect with Sylvie and her life.
Sylvie and Dan think they know each other so well that the marriage will get boring so a few ‘surprises’ are attempted with them not going to plan. Then there comes a time when Sylvie thinks she does not know her husband at all! From thinking he is having an affair, to her mother becoming very odd and no one wanting to know how she is feeling it all becomes too much for Sylvie. What should she do?
This will keep you up at night it is so good. I would like to thank Goodreads for giving me the opportunity to read and review this book for them.
I wish to thank Netgalley for sending me this book to review. I thought it was a bit slow at the start but so pleased I kept on reading as it got better and better. Eleanor is a very quiet, stuck in a routine kind of girl but everything changes after she meets Raymond but will she recover from so much hurt, change and coming to terms with her past. Very well written and an unusual story so I can see why it has become so popular.
Landing in Italy to be reunited with her dead mothers family was the last thing Mia wanted to do but she had to obey her father and as it was his last wish she didn’t really have a choice. Hurting and feeling so sad she spends her time cleaning and categorising the contents of an old shop, this makes her feel useful and it was good to use some of her training as an archeologist. The owner handsome Salvatore spends more time with her, then taking her on a beautiful day trip to Naples. Mia likes him but she knows she will leave as soon as she gets the call from her stepmother telling her to come home so the two of them can bury her father, so there was no point getting attached to Salvatore but a casual fling would help pass the time. What she didn’t count on was that his feelings were not at all casual.
Finding herself and her relationships with everybody was hard, she was on a journey of self discovery but will she like what she finds out about herself?
This is a story written from the heart that spans countries and ideas, will Mia find the answers to her life and where she goes from here?
I really liked this and it was brilliant to read a well written love story with a difference as nothing is easy in love. The setting in Italy sounded gorgeous and you could just picture the view from the descriptions written here.
I like this author A.L.Michael so will be looking out for the next book.
Started this yesterday and am enjoying it lots, very intrigued to find out how this is all going to pan out, no chance of guessing as the field is wide open at the moment. I cannot wait to get back into it tonight, in fact I may got to bed early just so I can read this book.
I have to say I found this very easy mainly because I didn’t go out socialising, in fact I only left the flat about four times as this vertigo keeps making me fall over. I did have one fail though with a glass of Prosecco but that was just because I was round my son’s house exchanging christmas presents at the beginning of the month. So I figure that should come under December though LOL.
How about this for all of us on a diet, I have not tasted them but if you have then let us know what you think.
My plans for the month include reading these books:
Doing review posts for a lovely bottle of wine I received.
I am also having some hypnotherapy today as he wants some exposure in our area, so that should be interesting.
I will also be doing some writing and more promoting of my blog. I do have the lunch to celebrate Jackies 70th which I am sure will be a fun afternoon.