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Alternate cover edition of ASIN B01LWZ2GUH The most important things in life . . . are not things at all. Nora is fleeing London for her childhood home in Dublin after her heart is suddenly torn apart. Back home, she learns she has inherited all of her grandmother's worldly belongings - a feather shrug, a Tiffany mirror, a gold locket, and many more precious things besides. W Alternate cover edition of ASIN B01LWZ2GUH The most important things in life . . . are not things at all. Nora is fleeing London for her childhood home in Dublin after her heart is suddenly torn apart. Back home, she learns she has inherited all of her grandmother's worldly belongings - a feather shrug, a Tiffany mirror, a gold locket, and many more precious things besides. With no means of keeping them, and not able to bear auctioning everything off, Nora decides to open The Memory Shop so each object is matched to a perfect new owner. Soon Nora begins transforming the lives of those around her through the items she pairs them with, helping them find new happiness in unexpected ways. Now if she can only let go of her own past, she might just surprise herself . . . An uplifting novel set in a charming Irish community, about love, family and finding your way.


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Alternate cover edition of ASIN B01LWZ2GUH The most important things in life . . . are not things at all. Nora is fleeing London for her childhood home in Dublin after her heart is suddenly torn apart. Back home, she learns she has inherited all of her grandmother's worldly belongings - a feather shrug, a Tiffany mirror, a gold locket, and many more precious things besides. W Alternate cover edition of ASIN B01LWZ2GUH The most important things in life . . . are not things at all. Nora is fleeing London for her childhood home in Dublin after her heart is suddenly torn apart. Back home, she learns she has inherited all of her grandmother's worldly belongings - a feather shrug, a Tiffany mirror, a gold locket, and many more precious things besides. With no means of keeping them, and not able to bear auctioning everything off, Nora decides to open The Memory Shop so each object is matched to a perfect new owner. Soon Nora begins transforming the lives of those around her through the items she pairs them with, helping them find new happiness in unexpected ways. Now if she can only let go of her own past, she might just surprise herself . . . An uplifting novel set in a charming Irish community, about love, family and finding your way.

30 review for The Memory Shop

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dale Harcombe

    After a betrayal Nora flees London back to her childhood home in Dublin. With her grandmother’s house needing to be sold and all her antique and treasured belongings from all over the world, Nora decided to open a shop. Using her design talents for creative window displays she soon captures lots of interest as she seeks to find the perfect owner for each of her grandmother’s precious belongings. So begins The Memory Shop. As well as Nora’s story there are explanation of how each item that Nora’s After a betrayal Nora flees London back to her childhood home in Dublin. With her grandmother’s house needing to be sold and all her antique and treasured belongings from all over the world, Nora decided to open a shop. Using her design talents for creative window displays she soon captures lots of interest as she seeks to find the perfect owner for each of her grandmother’s precious belongings. So begins The Memory Shop. As well as Nora’s story there are explanation of how each item that Nora’s grandfather bought for her grandmother on his travels. These are interwoven with stories of who buy them, when the items are offered for sale in The Memory Shop. It makes for a touching story with characters you care about Although each chapter is headed with the item and the character who bought it, at times though I did have a bit of trouble keeping up the array of characters and where they fitted it. That may not have been the book’s fault but just that I was very tired at the time of reading it. It could also be that I was keen on getting back to Nora’s story than hearing about other people. I really liked Nora, I liked hearing about her past and the grandparents who raised her from the time she was a child. There is a budding romance happens as well as mystery surrounding Nora’s mother. This is an enjoyable read and I picked it up largely because I had read and loved this author’s earlier book, The Flower Arrangement, so expected I would like this one too. I was not disappointed. A charming book with likable main character, interesting secondary characters, setting and back story to Nora as well as the treasured items, it is a good escapist read and a heart warming story.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Shirley Revill

    There are many different types of memories that we carry in our hearts and minds. Some can be so bad that they affect us all our lives and the people close to us are affected too. Other memories are happy and gladden our hearts when something or someone makes us trigger a thought that brings tears to our eyes or smiles to our faces. Many people have keepsakes but you don't really need a trinket on a shelf because memories are kept deep within our hearts and minds whenever we need them. The memory sh There are many different types of memories that we carry in our hearts and minds. Some can be so bad that they affect us all our lives and the people close to us are affected too. Other memories are happy and gladden our hearts when something or someone makes us trigger a thought that brings tears to our eyes or smiles to our faces. Many people have keepsakes but you don't really need a trinket on a shelf because memories are kept deep within our hearts and minds whenever we need them. The memory shop is a place where items that where memories are being sold instead of going to the auction as a house clearance. I really enjoyed this book it made me smile and made me cry. A really heartwarming story where family is the heart of everything that really matters in life.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Akcherrybomb

    I loved the plot of this book, unique and really drew me in. We follow Nora who after a death in the family goes to oversee the sale of the house and the belongings. As issues in her personal life surface she decides to spend longer on ensuring the belongings go to new loving homes and opens up - The Memory Shop. Each item for sale has a story behind it, many trinkets and trwsufes collected over the years from previous holidays and trips. What we then follow is a glimpse into the life of each pe I loved the plot of this book, unique and really drew me in. We follow Nora who after a death in the family goes to oversee the sale of the house and the belongings. As issues in her personal life surface she decides to spend longer on ensuring the belongings go to new loving homes and opens up - The Memory Shop. Each item for sale has a story behind it, many trinkets and trwsufes collected over the years from previous holidays and trips. What we then follow is a glimpse into the life of each person who buys an item. A lovely mix of stories interwoven with Nora's own. Really warmed to Nora the description of the shop window displays were really detailed and felt I could imagine them.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kate Kerrigan

    Another beautifully written, wonderful, evocative, emotional book from Ella Griffin. If, like me, you adored The Flower Arrangement you will love, LOVE this!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Liz

    This book definitely grew on me. During the first few chapters I was a little confused as more and more seemingly random characters were introduced but as the novel progressed everything fell into place. Nora was a very likeable main character and I loved the descriptions of the different objects, windows displays and the memories they were portraying. Nora's story, and that of her mother and grandmother, was unusual and intriguing. A very enjoyable read (although with a few editing glitches)! This book definitely grew on me. During the first few chapters I was a little confused as more and more seemingly random characters were introduced but as the novel progressed everything fell into place. Nora was a very likeable main character and I loved the descriptions of the different objects, windows displays and the memories they were portraying. Nora's story, and that of her mother and grandmother, was unusual and intriguing. A very enjoyable read (although with a few editing glitches)!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Acordul Fin

    'Ella Griffin can make you laugh and cry in the turn of a page' Not exactly my idea of a good time. Neither laughing or crying happened for me. I couldn't shake the feeling that this was meant to be the star of granny book clubs. Or maybe I'm just a cynical bastard. 'Ella Griffin can make you laugh and cry in the turn of a page' Not exactly my idea of a good time. Neither laughing or crying happened for me. I couldn't shake the feeling that this was meant to be the star of granny book clubs. Or maybe I'm just a cynical bastard.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Alayne Emmett

    I’ve been wanting to read this book for awhile and when I saw it in the library the other day I grabbed it. Such a great story, difficult from what I’ve read before but very enjoyable. I will definitely be looking out for her other novels.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Marjolein

    Okay, this was a nice read but far from the best book ever. I don't know, I somehow expected more from it. I expected the story to be more about Nora and not about all these other people who came into the shop to buy something. Of course, it's lovely to read about life changing moments, but I would've liked to get to know Nora a little better. Also, there was a bit too much infidelity involved in my opinion, that kind of ruined parts of the story for me. Plus, there were lots of tiny mistakes an Okay, this was a nice read but far from the best book ever. I don't know, I somehow expected more from it. I expected the story to be more about Nora and not about all these other people who came into the shop to buy something. Of course, it's lovely to read about life changing moments, but I would've liked to get to know Nora a little better. Also, there was a bit too much infidelity involved in my opinion, that kind of ruined parts of the story for me. Plus, there were lots of tiny mistakes and I don't know if I should blame the writer or the editor for that. It felt kind of lazy. If you want to have a quick read, try it out, but if you're looking for a contemporary love story with a little bit more to the story, you might as well skip it. Ella Griffin used a piece of very interesting history in this book, and she only talked about it on two pages. Felt a bit like a waste.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lee at ReadWriteWish

    I loved Griffin’s last book, The Flower Arrangement, so when I had the opportunity to review her new release, The Memory Shop, I jumped at it. And I’m happy to report that The Memory Shop was just as good, if not better, as that earlier novel. There’s a lot of similarities between the two books. In The Flower Arrangement the main setting is a romantic and charming florist. I said in my review of The Flower Arrangement that the shop gave Griffin an opportunity to gift us with the most beautiful f I loved Griffin’s last book, The Flower Arrangement, so when I had the opportunity to review her new release, The Memory Shop, I jumped at it. And I’m happy to report that The Memory Shop was just as good, if not better, as that earlier novel. There’s a lot of similarities between the two books. In The Flower Arrangement the main setting is a romantic and charming florist. I said in my review of The Flower Arrangement that the shop gave Griffin an opportunity to gift us with the most beautiful flower porn. This time Griffin demonstrates her brilliant descriptive prose again by detailing antiques and window displays. I love that Griffin steers clear of the usual food porn and uses something unique and surprisingly satisfying. Yeah, who knew that there could ever be antique porn or shop window porn? Or that a reader could enjoy it so much. Both books also have a chick-lit multitude of characters who cross paths in a Love Actually type way. All get their moment in the spotlight but my particular favourites were Nora, the central character and owner of the antique shop, and Fiona, who owns the cafe next door. The individual stories are romantic, sad, and poignant, and include some topical issues such as domestic violence and alcoholism. There are some happy endings for the characters, but not all the threads are neatly tied in the end, prompting me to hope for a sequel using some of the extra characters. Griffin used the Irish setting a little more fully this time around, but I would argue that it again never stood out for me as particularly important. I wonder if Griffin’s descriptions of the shops are so draining that she has little left for her home country. Another similarity between the book is their gorgeous covers. I’m sure many will want the print version on their shelf. There’s just so much pretty. If you’re looking for a book to gift someone, The Memory Shop would be perfect. 5 out of 5

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sara Brady

    Absolutely heartwarming! If you're looking for an easy read that is also intriguing and heartfelt, you definitely should give this a book a try. Absolutely heartwarming! If you're looking for an easy read that is also intriguing and heartfelt, you definitely should give this a book a try.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    I've read and enjoyed all of Ella Griffin's previous novels and was really excited when I heard about The Memory Shop. I haven't been disappointed, it's such a warm and vibrant; filled with characters to love and exploring the intricate and delicate relationships of families and communities. Nora has returned to her childhood home in Dublin. Her beloved grandmother has died and her home has to be emptied and sold. Nora is not relishing the job, there are so many memories, and unresolved secrets w I've read and enjoyed all of Ella Griffin's previous novels and was really excited when I heard about The Memory Shop. I haven't been disappointed, it's such a warm and vibrant; filled with characters to love and exploring the intricate and delicate relationships of families and communities. Nora has returned to her childhood home in Dublin. Her beloved grandmother has died and her home has to be emptied and sold. Nora is not relishing the job, there are so many memories, and unresolved secrets within those walls. Her trip becomes something of an escape when she makes a shocking discovery on the morning of her departure. Life for Nora really is at a crossroads, with the pain of both grief and betrayal eating away at her. Nora's grandparents owned a house full of beautiful things. Antiques and treasures discovered whilst travelling. All of these items were used and loved, not kept 'for best' or display only. Each one has its own story, and each one sparks a memory for Nora. Nora discovers notes, written by her Grandmother; notes that detail where the items came from. Her Grandmother had been something of an enigma when she was alive, and she and her daughter; Norah's mother, did not speak for many years. Whilst Nora would love to keep everything, she can't. She's unsure of where she will be living, or working in the future. She doesn't have the room to store everything. The idea for 'The Memory Shop' comes to her and before long, she's spruced up the empty shop nearby and set up a beautiful pop-up shop, hoping to sell her inherited treasures. Each chapter of The Memory Shop details one item, and one person; there's Alanna and the nine-carat yellow gold locket; Lia and the freshwater pearl earrings, and others, as well as some of Nora's own personal stories. Each story is interwoven, with characters appearing throughout the novel. Ella Griffin has put this story together so beautifully well. Her characters are captivating and the individual story chapters are fascinating; exploring the most intimate of relationships with a warmth and feeling that really draws in the reader. The author's insight into her human characters is wonderful and she does not shy away from the more serious issues that can affect anyone, which only adds to the depth of this story. Highly recommended from me.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Lydia Bailey

    This is such a lovely read. Ella Griffin manages to create characters you really care about & I absolutely loved the concept of this book. At times I felt very frustrated with it though as there are so many new characters introduced it becomes pretty confusing. The themes of the Memory Shop & the main character’s (Nora) Grandparent’s history is so very touching though I got more and more drawn in. It is not until you reach the end of the book that it completes the circle & you realise just how l This is such a lovely read. Ella Griffin manages to create characters you really care about & I absolutely loved the concept of this book. At times I felt very frustrated with it though as there are so many new characters introduced it becomes pretty confusing. The themes of the Memory Shop & the main character’s (Nora) Grandparent’s history is so very touching though I got more and more drawn in. It is not until you reach the end of the book that it completes the circle & you realise just how lovely it all is!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Haris

    3.5 stars Why isn't there a half star? Anyway, I reeeeally liked it, but... there was something missing... 3.5 stars Why isn't there a half star? Anyway, I reeeeally liked it, but... there was something missing...

  14. 4 out of 5

    Fairouz Muallem

    although it's not my favorite genre I liked it although it's not my favorite genre I liked it

  15. 4 out of 5

    Helen

    4* https://greatreadsandtealeaves.blogsp... ‘It doesn’t feel like work, when you’re doing something you’re passionate about, does it?’ This is such a well thought out tale that grew on me as it progressed. I found Griffin’s writing to be rich in both descriptions of place, objects and sentiment. I particularly enjoyed the main character, Nora, setting up the shop and her display windows, with people entering and the stories that flowed from there. The background provided about the various items of 4* https://greatreadsandtealeaves.blogsp... ‘It doesn’t feel like work, when you’re doing something you’re passionate about, does it?’ This is such a well thought out tale that grew on me as it progressed. I found Griffin’s writing to be rich in both descriptions of place, objects and sentiment. I particularly enjoyed the main character, Nora, setting up the shop and her display windows, with people entering and the stories that flowed from there. The background provided about the various items of her grandparents was done with care through tantalising glimpses from handwritten notes. At times I got a little confused as I mixed up some of the numerous storylines. So whilst I thoroughly enjoyed the main character’s journey’s (and those closely associated with her) I found some of the other stories, related to those that purchased various items, a bit superfluous at times. It got a bit too entangled for me. However, do not let this detract from the main and engaging story - one of new beginnings for family, friends and neighbours as they learn to let go of the past. Overall this is a charming book with a variety of poignant messages from all the customers purchases, some are very topical such as domestic violence, whilst others are just romantic. Not all stories are conclusively regaled and this is interesting in itself. I think I would have prefered to just focus on the main story as there was more than enough there to engage with the two main leads and their close relations. Overall, this is a well written book that contains much more than I first envisaged - sort of a litany of tales from a wide spectrum of society - some heart warming, others heart wrenching. ‘She had thought that her heart would break when she closed the door for the last time, when the house had been cleared of all the things she had loved as a child. But she felt a surge of happiness as she turned to look back at it.’

  16. 4 out of 5

    Svetlana Tishchenko

    Ella Griffin I want to be your friend. Also, I want to befriend Nora, Fiona, Michelle (definitely Michelle) and Lia. Ella the author made it possible for all those wonderful ladies to tell their life stories as if they were telling my own. A story of betrayal by a man you are in love with and your close friend, a story of 'amlost divorced' man, a story of violence, anger and fear and a story of 'I am not good enough. We have all been there and done that at some stages of our lives. The Memory Shop Ella Griffin I want to be your friend. Also, I want to befriend Nora, Fiona, Michelle (definitely Michelle) and Lia. Ella the author made it possible for all those wonderful ladies to tell their life stories as if they were telling my own. A story of betrayal by a man you are in love with and your close friend, a story of 'amlost divorced' man, a story of violence, anger and fear and a story of 'I am not good enough. We have all been there and done that at some stages of our lives. The Memory Shop is not about shop and is not about things. Also, there is a shop and many wonderful and exotic things. The novel is about memories, lessons, gifts and losses. It is about preciousness of time, the power of forgiveness and love and even bigger power of moving on. I enjoyed this book immensely. I even worried a co-train rider or two when I was gasping at some parts of the narration. No, there was nothing scarry about the novel. It all just hit too close to home. I read it and I felt it. I relieved my own story through the girls in the book. I am thankful.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Teryl

    It's an easy, pleasant read. The cheating plotline is extensive and the connection of the characters to the memory shop is a little awkward at times. A rainy afternoon read. It's an easy, pleasant read. The cheating plotline is extensive and the connection of the characters to the memory shop is a little awkward at times. A rainy afternoon read.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Aphelia

    Recommended for fans of Sarah Addison Allen and gentle magical realism I rarely read contemporary stories but the idea of this book intrigued me and I'm glad I picked it up! Nora leaves her busy life in London, broken-hearted after a romantic betrayal, to close up her grandparents' flat in Dublin. Close to her charismatic grandfather (Hugh), Nora was bewildered by her remote and aloof grandmother (Lainey), who rarely left the house and spent her days cleaning the countless treasures her husband br Recommended for fans of Sarah Addison Allen and gentle magical realism I rarely read contemporary stories but the idea of this book intrigued me and I'm glad I picked it up! Nora leaves her busy life in London, broken-hearted after a romantic betrayal, to close up her grandparents' flat in Dublin. Close to her charismatic grandfather (Hugh), Nora was bewildered by her remote and aloof grandmother (Lainey), who rarely left the house and spent her days cleaning the countless treasures her husband brought her back from business trips around the world. Nora is overwhelmed by Lainey's collection but when she discovers notes about some items on the flyleaves of Lainey's favourite romance novels, it sparks an idea. Conveniently, her grandparents' house sits above an empty shop they used to let and the big bay window inspires Nora to create new tableaux every week based around a specific item. Thus, The Memory Shop is born! The story follows several characters whose lives are changed by an item they buy. As Nora makes friends despite herself and learns to live life on her own terms, her six-month stay turns into something more. Nora gradually uncovers the hidden tragedy of her grandmother's life (a little too easily, but there is the sense of her grandmother's spirit trying to facilitate unfinished business), she realizes what is truly important. I loved how smoothly the stories interconnected and the slow but steady romance between Nora and Will. Most of all, I adored how Lainey's mementos transformed the lives of strangers. It's one of the reasons I love thrift-shopping: imagining the histories things might have had and getting the chance to help them "come alive" in my home 😊 This charming read was sadly marred by poor editing throughout: missing punctuation, split sentences, the same sentences repeated in slightly different ways, so many typos - it's a shame because it happened so often that it jarred me out of the story in places. Overall, a lovely read with a slightly whimsical magical realism feel. I will definitely be looking for more of this author's work!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jayne

    This was a strong 4.5 read for me. I don't read a lot of contemporary books but this really stood out to me. Its focused around a young woman called Nora who has lost both grandparents within 12 months, her mother travels the world and is rarely around and her relationship and job have fallen apart over night! She is made responsible for dealing with her grandparents legal affairs in Dublin and see's this time away from her life in London as a way to recharge. Her grandparents home is full of me This was a strong 4.5 read for me. I don't read a lot of contemporary books but this really stood out to me. Its focused around a young woman called Nora who has lost both grandparents within 12 months, her mother travels the world and is rarely around and her relationship and job have fallen apart over night! She is made responsible for dealing with her grandparents legal affairs in Dublin and see's this time away from her life in London as a way to recharge. Her grandparents home is full of memories for Nora and each personal item of her grandparents means something to her. So, instead of selling everything off in one fell swoop, she open a memory shop in the hopes of pairing each object and its story with the right person. Along the way, other characters stories are interwoven with Nora's, they over lap and cross paths just like Love actually in my opinion. There is also a mystery interlaced through the pages which adds and extra element to the story. This was a very emotive read for me, full of sadness and happiness and I did catch my self shedding a tear here and there as well as smiling to myself. It is very well written with a great plot and expertly interwoven to form a great tale about heartbreak, sadness, joy and happiness. The characters were real and very relatable and really made this book one of my favourites so far this year! I would definitely recommend this one!!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kay

    I loved this book. It is heart warming and life affirming with a touch of sadness because I love a good cry and a happy ending. This was a book that I stayed up reading late at night until my eyes hurt. Nora leaves London to return to Dublin after her partner does the dirty on her, she returns to the home of her childhood which belonged to her grandparents who have sadly died. While in Dublin she decides to sell all of the beautiful contents of the house and put it up for sale, there are so many I loved this book. It is heart warming and life affirming with a touch of sadness because I love a good cry and a happy ending. This was a book that I stayed up reading late at night until my eyes hurt. Nora leaves London to return to Dublin after her partner does the dirty on her, she returns to the home of her childhood which belonged to her grandparents who have sadly died. While in Dublin she decides to sell all of the beautiful contents of the house and put it up for sale, there are so many memories associated with the treasures of the house that she sets up the Memory Shop to sell them. The house is a treasure trove of amazing furniture, clothes, and household objects that were all gifts to her aloof grandmother from her beloved grandfather. Throw in a local cafe with an actual Adonis as a chef and an owner called Fiona who helps the entire community keep going, a widower and a spiky fifteen year old daughter, a stuffed dog called Houdini, and you have a fabulous story. This book is ultimately about love, hope, forgiveness, and moving on, it was exactly what I needed.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sanhita

    A nice soothing story of women finding their inner strengths. Nora has just had a heartbreak and she is in Dublin, going through the estate of her recently dead grandparents. She sets up a shop to dispose off the large collection of beautiful and expensive objects that his grandfather gifted her grandmother and raise money to settle her bohemian mother. While doing that she makes new friends, learns more about her grandmother through her handwritten notes found tucked in various places and sees h A nice soothing story of women finding their inner strengths. Nora has just had a heartbreak and she is in Dublin, going through the estate of her recently dead grandparents. She sets up a shop to dispose off the large collection of beautiful and expensive objects that his grandfather gifted her grandmother and raise money to settle her bohemian mother. While doing that she makes new friends, learns more about her grandmother through her handwritten notes found tucked in various places and sees her with a new eyes. While selling the things she finds her footing, her talent and strength and strangely the objects picked up by people helps them to find their inner strength to fight the adversities.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sterrevw

    Went in without a lot of expectations. The start was a little too cheesy for my liking but as the story progressed I felt so engaged with not only the protagonist but also with the characters. The author gave them a voice by giving them their own chapters. It is a lovely story with way more depth than originally expected. I loved it so much that I did not want to finish it too early because it meant I could not enjoy the story long enough! Would read it again in a heartbeat!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Leeya

    2.5 stars rounded up to 3 because I liked the ending. I expected something else. More mystery, I guess, and for some a reason a touch of magic. But this was ok, too. The story reminded me of the movie "Love Actually" where a number of people are in some way connected, often without knowing or realizing it. full review to come 2.5 stars rounded up to 3 because I liked the ending. I expected something else. More mystery, I guess, and for some a reason a touch of magic. But this was ok, too. The story reminded me of the movie "Love Actually" where a number of people are in some way connected, often without knowing or realizing it. full review to come

  24. 4 out of 5

    Susan Banks

    A not unpleasant undemanding read, perhaps more appealing for people interested in frocks, hair and makeup. It features plenty of cliches and a main protagonist who is beautiful, artistic and unrelentingly nice; a spoiler would be superfluous.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Teena

    Sweet book, set in Ireland and reminiscent of Maeve Binchy. Sometimes a book just hits the spot perfectly and this did for me, after reading so many thrillers and mysteries.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Susie

    This is a great holiday read, romantic and beautiful. The detail of the shop and its treasures was so vivid and well done that I feel like I've been there. Just lovely. This is a great holiday read, romantic and beautiful. The detail of the shop and its treasures was so vivid and well done that I feel like I've been there. Just lovely.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jenni

    I loved this book, just loved it, beautiful story and it picked me up, dusted me off and gave me hope! Just what I needed when I needed help desperately!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jan

    I'm good for a bit of chick lit from time to time but this book was poorly strung together and the editing was appalling. I'm good for a bit of chick lit from time to time but this book was poorly strung together and the editing was appalling.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Jones

    What a beautifully written story...loved it!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    Great book with interwoven stories. A clever idea and I really enjoyed this one; glad I’ve found a new author to read

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