The Secret of Happy Ever After - Lucy Dillon Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction/Romance / Author: Lucy Dillon / ISBN: 1444727036 / Publication Date: 2011 / Publisher: Hodder Paperbacks
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by - written on 28/11/11 (Very useful, 65 readings)
When story-lover Anna takes over Longhampton's bookshop, it's her dream come true. And not just because it gets her away from her three rowdy stepchildren and their hyperactive Dalmatian. Unpacking boxes filled with childhood classics, Anna can't shake the feeling that maybe her own fairytale ending isn't all that she'd hoped for. But, as the stories of love, adventure, secret gardens, lost dogs, wicked witches and giant peaches breathe new life into the neglected shop, Anna and her customers get swept up in the magic too. Even Anna's best friend Michelle - who categorically doesn't believe in true love and handsome princes - isn't immune. But when secrets from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/11/11 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I loved Lucy Dillon's Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts and Walking Back To Happiness. Both of these books have such a cosy feel to them and very believable storylines. Having enjoyed these books so much when I heard Dillon was releasing another book this year based in the same town as her previous two books I couldn't wait to get my hands on a copy. In The Secret of Happy Ever After we follow the lives of friends Anna and Michelle. Both are facing obstacles in their lives which they need the help of others to help them get around. Michelle is very career driven and decides to take on the shop next door to her own shop, but she has to keep the shop as a book shop ... Read the complete review
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