For better For worse Forget him Over You is a compelling story of friendship pushed to its limits by bestselling author Lucy Diamond What the fans say Full of friendship, family and how when life throws something at you, you have to fight back Emily Josie, Nell and Lisa go back a long way they were flatmates, soulmates and best mates back in their twenties when life was one long party.Five years later, things are different Josie is married with kids in deepest suburbia, free spirit Nell has travelled the world, and Lisa is on the path to career glory and the salary Premiership A reunion weekend in London seems a great idea to Josie until she discovers something which will change the course of her life forever.Praise for Lucy Diamond A hugely satisfying read Heat An absolute treat Katie Fforde, bestselling author of A Summer at Sea Warm, witty and wise Daily Mail...
|Format Type||:||Other Book|
|Publisher||:||Pan Auflage New 19 Mai 2016|
|Number of Pages||:||464 Seiten|
|File Size||:||799 KB|
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Over You Reviews
...da kann man nichts falsch machen. Solide Lucy Diamond Story mit allem drum und dran. Ich mag einfach den Schreibstil und das fröhliche Gefühl beim Lesen.
Buch kann nicht rezensiert werden da es ein Geschenk für eine andere Person war- ob diese es positiv bewertet kann ich nicht sagen
This is Lucy D's second book on infidelity. 'Any way you want me `focused on what it is like as the cheater and 'over you' flips this and explores what it is like to be the one who is cheated on.Josie, Nell and Lisa are meeting up for the first time in years. Josie is a loving wife and mother who adores her family and although craves the fun single life could bring she is comfortable and settled. Desperate for child number 2 she is determined to expand her perfect family further, but how far will she push for it? Nell is the resident globe trotter. She has been around the world and back and seen some amazing sights, but now she is back is she happy? Lisa is a career woman. She has no time for men or children as she is 100% focused on becoming the best but at what cost? The weekend was over all too soon and the girls go back to their lives, but with big secrets uncovered some lives flourish while others get significantly worse.It's hard to review this book in all its glory as I will be giving far too much away but it mainly centres on secrets and friendship. I would read both books in close concession as it is nice to see the differences between being the cheater and the cheated on and although they are two separate stories, Lucy portrays them both amazingly. Would highly recommend.
I have not read this book yet but based on the previous 4 books that I have read written by Lucy Diamond I know that I will enjoy them. Lucy Diamonds books are really well written, they capture your interest and are difficult to put down once you start reading them. I have previously read a lot of books written by Catherine Cookson (which I still enjoy) but I would probably class Lucy Diamond as my favourite author at the moment as she writes about real life in the present day rather than the past.
The three main characters, Josie, Nell and Lisa have been friends since their 20's, however as their lives changed they drifted apart. Josie married, Lisa is focused on her career, while Nell is the drifter of the group. However when Josie's marriage comes to and end, her friends rally round, only for Josie to discover Lisa has had an affair with her husband and that she has feelings for Nell's brother. As Josie struggles to put her life together again, old friendships fade and new ones are formed, and I mentally cheered Josie on as she made a new and successful life for herself.
Very disappointing book. I only continued reading it as I was going to discuss it with my niece, otherwise would have given up very early on. Fairly well written, although in places grammar leaves something to be desired! My niece didn't like it much either! Don't recommend.
Good story, if a little predictable in places. Well written. What really put me off were the numerous typos, changing one word to another and causing me to have to re-read that sentence to gain the correct context. This is down to proof reading though, rather than being the author's fault. I won't let it put me off reading another Lucy Diamond novel as I have always enjoyed her books.