While You Were Dreaming - Lola Jaye Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007267835 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Lola Jaye / Paperback / 336 Pages / Book is published 2009-05-28 by Harper
Newest Review: ... centred around the bond between sisters. Main character Lena has always been the strongest, sensible sister of three who has ... more
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Lola Jaye While You Were Dreaming
A warm and uplifting tale, perfect for fans of Dorothy Koomson.
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by - written on 27/01/10 (Somewhat useful, 68 readings)
'While you were dreaming' (not to be confused with 'While you were sleeping') is the second book from author of 'By the time you read this story' Lola Jaye. It is a beautiful 'chicklit' book centred around the bond between sisters. Main character Lena has always been the strongest, sensible sister of three who has taken responsibility. I like the phrases Jaye uses to describe this character. Middle sister Cara is a married, breadwinner running a bar with her husband. Will children be on the cards? This character explores the issues career women may experience. Finally, happy go lucky younger sister Millie who is jobless and has a series of relations with men. Lena who is Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I've got to be honest, I did not expect to enjoy this book. It screamed "chick lit" at me but a friend had told me I would enjoy it so I decided to read the first couple of chapters and if I found it too fluffy or full of unrealistically rich and beautiful people I would give myself permission to give up. However I was pleasantly surprised to discover that this book had a lot more to offer that I expected, so I stand corrected. There is a chick lit element to it, I can't deny that. So if you like chick lit you'll probably like this. But if you like an easy to read, well written, not too taxing story then this might be for you aswell. The main ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/08/09 (Very useful, 99 readings)
A couple of months ago, I randomly joined (yet another) book site called book army.com which allows readers to swap information on their best and worst reads with other members. Through this site, I recommended a few "like for like" books and, somehow, won a competition for these recommendations! One of the prizes was this book from an author I've never heard of. I do sometimes enjoy the odd bit of "chick lit" although it is not my favourite genre and the story sounded quite interesting from the back cover, so not one to turn down a free read, I delved right in.... The Story... Lena is the sensible one out of her siblings and ... Read the complete review
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