Juliet Joyce has been happily married for 25 years. But with two children who treat the house like a hotel, a mother sho's just moved in and a father who's announced he's gay, Juliet and her husband Rick have little time for romance. Enter Steven Aubrey - last seen 26 years ago, when he jilted juliet on their wedding day. He ignites a passion in her that she thought was long gone. But will Steven sweep her off her feet or can Rick rekindle that loving feeling that've lost. There's only one way to find out...
©2009 Carole Matthews (Ink) Ltd (P)2013 Isis Publishing Ltd
Havin listened to Carole Matthews books in the past I was lookin forward to this one. It is by far the best, made me laugh out loud so many times. A really great listen
I absolutely loved this book, well done to the author Carole Matthews, whilst books amuse me and make me smile, this one on many occasion made me actually laugh out loud. So very funny and touching. The narrator did a great job with timing. Would definitely recommend.
A little bit of joy?
It became like a bad farce. Everything was thrown at this story that could possibly go wrong in family life. I think it was meant to be funny but it was simply depressing
All of them
Such a disappointment from a good author whose books I've always enjoyed
If I had never purchased it.
I just finished reading Carole Matthews A Cottage by the Sea and loved it so much that when I finished it and saw a new book by her I just purchased it immediately.
However big mistake I did not listen to the sample. The narrator is dreadful.The story boring I have tried three nights running to read this but cannot get past the first hour.A 70 year old mother wanting a boob job her husband has just announced he is gay. The adult son has naked men in his room the daughter is lazy, whatever was I thinking not checking this dreadful book out.I loved Carole Matthews Summer Daydreams as well which is probably why I did not checkthis book out. I tend to purchase by the author unfortunately this does not always work except for Jill Mansell or Milly Johnson never have they written a bad book.
Jane Collingwood preferably altho I do not think even she could have saved this book.
Don't bother with this one.
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