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  • such a fun read

    I just love the way Beth O'Leary writes relationships. I fell for her stories in The Flatshare, and was very excited to see that she had another. The theme of this one, with the back and forth between Lena and Eileen, wrapped around the intertwining grief between the two of them and Marianne, mother to one, daughter to another. The story has laughter, tears, betrayal, encouragement, acceptance. just beautiful. thanks Netgalley, for the opportunity. .

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  • A nice Read

    This is my first Beth O’Leary book. The book was a nice read but I found it easy to put down as I was not drawn into it. The story was OK. I loved the quaint english villages, the camaraderie and the likeable characters, however, I didn’t connect with any of the characters, situations nor did I find it funny. I don’t usually read this kind of book, contemporary romance, so that may explain my poor reception to it.

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  • Entertaining!

    Leena loses her sister to cancer, and due to stress, has an anxiety attack at work. When she heads out of the city to spend some well deserved time off with her Grandmother, she finds that her Grandmother needs some time away as well, so they do a "switch". Leena settles right into the village life and performs all the duties on her to-do list and finds that she quite enjoys the elderly population of the village. Her old life doesn't seem quite as attractive as it used to be. This book is humorous as it tells the story of Leena and her grandmother as they settle into their respective new lives. I enjoyed it, but not as much as The Flatshare.

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  • The switch

    Was ok but I thought predictable. But some spots ok. In Britain they spell cheque not check.

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