After sixteen years of marriage, Nate and Sinead Turner have a nice life. They like their jobs, they like their house and they love their son Flynn. Yes, it’s a very nice life.
Or, at least Nate thinks so. Until, one morning, he wakes to find Sinead gone and a note lying on the kitchen table listing all the things he does wrong or doesn’t do at all.
Nate needs to show Sinead he can be a better husband – fast. But as he works through Sinead’s list, his life changes in unexpected ways. And he starts to wonder whether he wants them to go back to normal after all. Could there be more to life than nice?
I just want to start if by saying how lovely and vibrant the cover of this book is, the yellow really makes it stand out. Fiona Gibson’s books never fail to make me laugh and this one really did make me chuckle. Some parts of the story I really do feel for Sinead but then other parts I really feel for Nate, marriage is a hard thing but if you work together then it becomes a lot more easier. I like how the chapters were even husband or wife and at the end we get their son’s version. A really warm, witty and funny read.
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Is love enough to repair the pieces of a shattered life?
This is the question plaguing Courtney Cook’s mind as she packs her whole existence into a 20ft moving van. When she first encountered Matt in a coffee shop ten years prior, she was immediately transfixed. Dark, adventurous, and wildly untamed, Matt was everything Courtney didn’t know she wanted. One night of uninhibited abandon was all it took for her to be completely enthralled by the boy without limits.
Now saddled with two children, a sky-high mortgage, and a marriage crippled by addiction, Courtney finds herself desperately trying to hold on to the life she knew. But as she struggles between letting go of what could have been and accepting what is, one question simmers at the surface of Courtney’s mind: is love ever enough?
I like the fact that this book is a real life situation, the author writes well and with sympathy. The main character Courtney is fun loving and adventurous, then she meets Matt and settles down with him for good but is she missing the life she had before him? I felt drawn into the story.
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Everyone knows a couple like Jack and Grace. He has looks and wealth, she has charm and elegance. You might not want to like them, but you do.
You’d like to get to know Grace better.
But it’s difficult, because you realise Jack and Grace are never apart.
Some might call this true love. Others might ask why Grace never answers the phone. Or how she can never meet for coffee, even though she doesn’t work.
How she can cook such elaborate meals but remain so slim. And why there are bars on one of the bedroom windows.
Wow what a book. This is the gripping debut thriller from B A Paris that everyone is talking about. I wanted to see for myself what all the fuss was about and I am glad I did. I didn’t want to leave this book alone let alone put it down. I read in a couple of days, it was brilliant. I love the way each chapter is set in the past and present. I found it eerily good and fascinating. I really didn’t know what was going to happen. I can’t believe it is the author’s first book as it was brilliant. I look forward to more of the author’s books. You never know what happens behind closed doors.
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One wedding. One curse? Disaster ever after…
A seven-years-bad-sex curse? Surely not! Yet something went wrong when rock singer Casey and drummer Alex got married on that beautiful yacht anchored off St Tropez in the south of France. Something went badly wrong. For even on their wedding night, the young couple discovers a complete and somewhat surprising inability to make love. Muddling through their honeymoon with a string of thin excuses for their predicament, the lovers defer finding a solution (and panicking) until the return to their home in London. After all, they married for life and to make rock music, not for the love of sex. Right?
But when they resume life as normal in London, all hell breaks loose. Increasingly frantic in their quest for release, the unhappy newlyweds embark on a string of hilarious and occasionally harmful antics that drives them, their band, and an assortment of random strangers to the brink of despair. But it ain’t over ‘til it’s over or, in this case… it ain’t over ‘til the newlyweds sing.
I really enjoyed this book, any book written by Nicky is brilliant. It is a romantic comedy that is truly funny. The main characters are Casey and Alex who have just got married and are finding it hard to “perform”, they both have many excuses but when tomorrow turns into a month, they are aware something is not right. So they try everything they can to spark it again with some very interesting results. There are many things that this book highlights, the power of love and the understanding of love, but it is a well written story that I really enjoyed reading about.