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by Julie Flynn,Trisha Ashley
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Contemporary
  • Author:
    Julie Flynn,Trisha Ashley
  • ISBN:
    1846488737
  • ISBN13:
    978-1846488733
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Oakhill Publishing Limited; Unabridged edition edition (July 1, 2010)
  • Subcategory:
    Contemporary
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  • FB2 format
    1496 kb
  • ePUB format
    1310 kb
  • DJVU format
    1306 kb
  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    754
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Another enjoyable book from Trisha Ashley. Wedding tiers ~ Trisha Ashley.

Another enjoyable book from Trisha Ashley. She writes credible characters and has intriguing plots. Growing up in the beautiful village of Neatslake, Josie Gray and her childhood sweetheart, Ben Richards, always dreamt of a life of rural bliss. And when Josie inherits her beloved Grandmothers cottage it seems like all their dreams are coming true.

Trisha Ashley writes romantic comedies and her latest novel, The House of Hopes and Dreams, which is published by Transworld, is her eleventh consecutive Sunday Times Top Ten bestseller. Her novels have twice been shortlisted for the Melissa Nathan award for Romantic Comedy and Every Woman for Herself was nominated by magazine readers as one of the top three romantic novels of the last fifty years.

Электронная книга "Wedding Tiers", Trisha Ashley. Trisha Ashley writes with remarkable wit and originality – one of the best writers around!’ Katie Fforde. Full of down-to-earth humour’ Sophie Kinsella. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Wedding Tiers" для чтения в офлайн-режиме.

Can that be true? Fake pips’?! ‘Cakes and Ale’ As a wet and dismal February turned to a brightly optimistic March, things started to blossom with the promise of fruition.

Trisha Ashley writes with remarkable wit and originality - one of the best writers around!’ Katie Fforde. Full of down-to-earth humour.

A fabulous e-book short story from best-selling author Trisha Ashley. Cassandra Leigh has a long-term lover who is handsome, charismatic, sophisticated-and married. Lucy is so excited to announce she's getting married this Christmas. She's picturing a small, simple wedding in the village hall. Now Max has abandoned Cass and taken his wife off to America, leaving Cass all alone in her damp little cottage. Cass always dreamed that one day she and Max would be married and have children, but now she is waking up to reality. Not only is the prince missing, there isn't even a half-way decent frog in the vicinity.

Praise for Trisha Ashley: ‘Trisha Ashley writes with remarkable wit and originality . Wedding Tiers by Trisha Ashley is pure chick-lit.

Praise for Trisha Ashley: ‘Trisha Ashley writes with remarkable wit and originality – one of the best writers around!’ Katie Fforde ‘Full of down-to-earth humour’ Sophie Kinsella ‘Full of comedy and wit’ Closer. A delightful, clever, breezy story of a woman’s slightly bumpy ride to her happy ending. Set in the tiny village of Neatslake, Lancashire, Josie Gray.

A heartwarming romantic comedy from Sunday Times bestselling author Trisha Ashley. You are in the South Africa store

A heartwarming romantic comedy from Sunday Times bestselling author Trisha Ashley. You are in the South Africa store.

Wedding Tiers - Trisha Ashley. It appears it is up to photographer Noah to lure Josie into giving romance another tr. hat made this book so enjoyable is that the romance was mostly on the back burner, growing slowly, but not dominating the story

Wedding Tiers - Trisha Ashley. hat made this book so enjoyable is that the romance was mostly on the back burner, growing slowly, but not dominating the story. The setting of the quaint English village and it’s quirky inhabitants made for a lot of humor and added to the feel good atmosphere. At times I found Josie a little too much of a floor mat and wanted her to grow a backbone, but overall this was a well done kissing book. The story flowed effortlessly and the romance, recipes and humor kept it light and entertaining.

The tranquil village turns into a hive of activity when Josie's childhood friend Libby Martin returns to the village, planning a lavish wedding to rival any celeb bash. But amidst all this romance, Josie's fairytale relationship with Ben turns into a nightmare, and she quickly becomes Love's number one cynic – until charming wedding photographer Noah Sephton arrives in Neatslake with a very different outlook on lov. heartwarming new romantic comedy from Sunday Times bestselling author Trisha Ashley. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate


Nidor
What can I say, I love Ashley! Her books are easy to read and immerse you into the quaint and quirky little British towns we would all love to visit. Her main character in this book is a strong yet flawed women who, through the course of the book, realizes how valuable she really is. I particularly liked the relationship between her and her best friend, it adds some interest and funny twists. I did thing the ex boyfriend hung around in this plot a little to long...but I still recommend it!
Quellik
I first read "Winter's Tale" by this author, and thought I had found a good source of enjoyable novels - perhaps not the best fiction, but the kind of nicely written good story that whiles away a day or two very pleasantly. After starting "Wedding Tiers", however, I kept checking back to make sure I had indeed picked the same author, such was the drop in writing standard. As with the other book, the story is sweet; not the most thrilling plot, but a good enough story filled with enjoyable details and quirky, believable characters. The writing, sadly, is distracting. Aside from a certain stiltedness and tendency to insert irrelevant sidelines (such as the discussion on frying eggs in olive oil), the worst thing is the overuse of the exclamation point. Not only does the author punctuate sentences like "That will be lovely!" (perfectly okay), but random comments like "He'd probably decided to go back to the party!" and "I must have fooled most people into thinking I was all right!" O-KAY! There's also an annoying use, by a British character, of the term "God-ma" (for godmother) which sounds oddly American and definitely silly. That said, if you can overlook those irritations, it's not a bad read; just could have been a good read if a stronger editor had made a little more use of the red pen.
Ginaun
This authors books are so repetitive. I order them because I quite like her style of writing and live in hope of getting a different plot - but, alas, it is always the same. Ordinary, down to earth girl who is a great cook snags well know hottie who usually dates supermodels. I'm all for a bit of fantasy - but that just doesn't happen! If you have read one of her books don't bother with the rest.
Kajishakar
This is an interesting read and defied my expectations. The characters were well developed and the plot line wasn't entirely predictable. It left me wanting to know more about what happened with the leading characters. I wish that there was a sequel.
Quamar
Fun to read easy to read nothing psychological normal everyday things which I like make your own mind up it's up to you
Just_paw
Not the most riveting of books, but enjoyable none the less. Easy, comfortable book - good read for a morning lie in, or bedtime read.
Mightsinger
I loved this book. Unrealistic yes but if I wanted realism I'd watch the news. The heroine was likeable and the plot was interesting and original. It made for very cozy and satisfying bedtime reading.
It may not be the best literary endeavor, but Trisha Ashley' novels do better than that, they are like a cosy new home that by the time one is done reading it, it becomes a home with friends and lovers and community. It is not her best novel but I enjoyed this one just as much as I did the others.