eBook Love rules download

by Freya North

eBook Love rules download ISBN: 0007213557
Author: Freya North
Publisher: HARPER COLLINS; New e. edition (2005)
Language: English
Pages: 400
ePub: 1537 kb
Fb2: 1910 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Other

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FREYA NORTH Love Rules For Lucy Smouha, Kirsty Johnson and Clare Grogan My glory is I have such friends. Something's gotten hold of my heart Keeping my soul and my senses apart. For Lucy Smouha, Kirsty Johnson and Clare Grogan. My glory is I have such friends.

Saul to suffer – to atone, to learn, but be damned? Do we think that Thea might be able to put it into some perspective of sorts, better still could she put it into a box labelled The Past and discard it? Is it possible that she could accept, understand, forgive and move forward positively into their long-planned and potentially sparkling joint future? Or are we rooting.

Is love ever enough? Thea - sensible and cautious - has always believed. I didn't have any expectations from this book having never read anything by Freya North before, and was expecting typical chick lit. However, it was much more involved, with a great storyline and well developed characters.

When you fall in love do you follow your heart or use your head? Thea Luckmore believes in love – the magic spark of true, old-fashioned, romantic love. She's determined only ever to fall head over heels, or rather, heart over head. Alice Heggarty, her best friend, is always falling in lust – with dashing rogues who invariably break her heart. As yet another disastrous relationship ends, Alice makes a decision. It's time to marry and she knows just the man. For Thea, Saul Mundy promises to be the perfect fit and Thea finds herself falling in love and loving it.

HarperCollins, (формат: 130x195, 368 ст. электронная книга. Playing by the Greek's Rules. It’s time to throw away the rule boo. dealistic archaeologist Lily Rose craves a fairytale love, but in her experience it always ends in heartbreak. So now Lily’s trying a different approach – . HarperCollins, (формат: 130x195, 368 ст.

Freya North asserts the moral right to b identified as the author of this work. This novel is entirely a work of fiction. The names, characters and incidents portrayed in it are the work of the author’s imagination. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, events or localities is entirely coincidental.

when i read this book at first thought aww how sweet, but where is book going to go? but what i love the most about it is that is wasn't a happily ever after book it was real and it deals with.

Is love ever enough? Thea – sensible and cautious – has always believed in old-fashioned romance. Her best friend Alice is more of a ‘fun first, think later’ kind of girl. But just recently they’ve both been behaving out of character. When Thea Luckmore falls head over heels for a man she meets on Primrose Hill and Alice Heggarty marries her best friend Mark, both women are blissfully happy – for a while.

Listen to books in audio format. She was born in London but lives in rural Hertfordshire with her family and other animals, where she writes from a stable in her back garden. In 2012 she set up, and now runs, the Hertford Children's Book Festival.

Comments: (5)
I really enjoyed this book. I got Pillow Talk from a friend and that set me off on Freya North. I love her style of storytelling and this book was very enjoyable. I couldn't put it down. Really worth the read. Enjoy!!
This is my favourite Freya North book. It is so different from all other chick lit books I have read, it is refreshing and edgy. The twist really makes you think. Very clever book.
A great read. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
This is a strange chick-lit novel: we've got the character who's certain she's met true love (Thea), and the one who's settled down & should be living her happily-ever-after (Alice). But nothing is as good as it seems, and this book is a steep road that has many twists and turns as the characters face the reality (at times harsh) of the decisions they've made.
I was very surprised by the ending, but found it good (and charming) nonetheless.
I thought most characters were well developed, the pace was quite fast, and the dialogues and overall story very believable. I've had problems with some of Freya North's books in the past (Chloe & Polly), but Love Rules was a bittersweet story that I found quite endearing, if not because it's a more realistic way of painting chick-lit.
For the first third of the book I wasn't sure how I was going to like the story, but once I got the rhythm, I LOVED it! The writing is good, the story is smart and I was so sorry to get to the last page. I particularly loved it because though it is light-hearted and has a light tone, it doesn't deliver the HEA you predict/expect (trying not to provide any spoilers here) and is therefore that much more satisfying. It is the perfect beach read. It is one of the books that will get you hooked on this author!