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  • Thoroughly enjoyable

    Jaime Admans is a new author to me. This was a good little gem which had me laughing and smiling often whilst I read. A chance glance between strangers morphs in to so much more for Ness after the man she makes eye contact with on the train accidentally leaves his phone behind. It’s not the first time she has seen him but she has no idea who he is and she decides to track him down to return his phone. Ness wants to be a journalist and when she mentions the phone to her friend and then her boss, they decide it would make a great story and Ness is given the opportunity to write it. Like Prince Charming trying to find the woman who left the glass slipper behind, Ness finds it difficult to tract the man down. When Nathan (the handsome stranger) calls his own phone, they instantly connect. I loved the sweetness of this story, the love and romance was beautifully written and the humour made for some snort worthy laughs. The Little Vintage Carousel by the Sea is a feel good story that will not disappoint.  

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  • Such a cute read!

    Honestly, this was such a delightful book. I loved the set-up and premise of it, and I'm seriously contemplating a visit to a tiny British seaside town, hopefully right before the annual garden show! Both of the MCs were interesting and likeable, and I loved watching their romance build. The synopsis of the book is a bit misleading about how exactly (&for what purpose!) she "tracked" him down to Pearlhome - and even though I think her boss is a right witch, the set-up was a good one. There were, of course, mix-ups and miscommunications and secrets, and to my mind these did go on a little bit too long - but it didn't detract too much from my overall enjoyment. I particularly liked all of the tidbits thrown in about carousels and restoring them - there was a very nice nostalgic feel to all of that information and had me interested in learning even more!

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