From Sheila O'Flanagan, the number-one best-selling author of Someone Special and Things We Never Say, comes an unpauseable, heart-searching new novel for every woman who still remembers her first love....
Carlotta O'Keefe is happily engaged, and the wedding plans are coming together. She's clear about her future path, both personally and in her busy career. Maybe Chris doesn't make her heart race every time she sees him, but you can't have that feeling forever. Can you?
Then, on a trip to Seville, Carlotta runs into Luke Evans. Luke broke her heart so long ago she'd almost convinced herself she'd forgotten him. Now, he's not that boy any more, but an attractive and intriguing man. And he can explain everything that happened way back when. Suddenly Carlotta's not so sure of anything anymore. Except that what she decides now will shape the rest of her life....
©2014 Sheila O'Flanagan (P)2014 Headline Digital
The love, heartbreak, determination and endless cycle of trying to find where she fits, lets the lead character get under your skin and allows you to empathise. Totally worth your time to listen.
This book would have been so much better if it had a faster pace and a few less words. There is nothing worse than when there is just too much detail. Set the scene but cut out the boring bits please. It has put me off buying another one of her books. Narration was ok.
"Never a disappointment!"
It's up there with the best of them! I always enjoy sheila O'Flangans books, always well written and thought out
I couldn't chose, all aspects of this book and it's characters are well thought out and detailed.
I enjoyed it from the second I pressed play until the end, couldn't possibly pick any one moment over another! Well worth a listen!
Enjoyed this even though the pace was rather slow. Performance was excellent as with the others. Would recommend for a holiday.
really enjoyed the journey the reader took us through! good use of the narrator's voice in the story. recomend!
"Enjoyable nice narration"
I enjoyed this book the narrators Irish accent is lovely. Storyline good but a little predictable. This is a nice easy read not a page turner.
"Poor Character development storey"
Did not meet expectstions previous books by the author are better story did not develop well the main character lacked any personal view or warmth very one dimensional
"Dull and repetitive"
There are times when a light listen is what's required, so I downloaded this. It turned out to by deeply disappointing on every level other than the narration ~ wouldn't recommend.
"Good solid story"
I enjoyed this book and all the references to Spain.
Worth a listen. It's a good chick lit book.
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