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Blind Faith: Coming Out Should Have Been Easy (Duckton-by-Dale Romance Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- File size : 1833 KB
- Publication date : July 25, 2019
- Print length : 262 pages
- Publisher : Britain's Next Bestseller (July 25, 2019)
- Word Wise : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- ASIN : B07VDG14XS
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #97,958 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This is the second book by author Emma Nichols that’s set in the Lake District village of Duckton-by Dale and, like its precursor ‘Summer Fate’, it’s packed with the most eccentric but adorable set of characters imaginable. In this outing there are plans to improve the village, visitors to entertain, Drew finds herself facing the challenge of coming-out to her family, and the villagers have another plan or two up their sleeves as well.
Life in Duckton-by-Dale is never dull, and while the central story revolves around Drew’s new relationship, it’s some of the other characters that were the stars for me. Jenny gets the feel of sports clothing, Shelia actually might be getting the hang of taking minutes, tarot obsessed Delia tries her hand with a set of runes, and the ghostly sightings of Hilda double. Plus, there are liberal measures of gin (with or without ‘added herbs’) being dished-out everywhere from the park to the village hall.
A cute romance wrapped-up with the corniest of jokes, laugh-out-loud moments that wouldn’t be out of place in a farce, and enough sentimentality to soften the hardest of hearts; ‘Blind Faith’ is fun, fast, and as wacky as they come. More please!
The committee meetings in this brought to mind (to me at least) the wonderful meetings that Dawn French used to chair as the Vicar of Dibley. And there’s a lot of Dibley-like scenes here, just with more lesbians! But that’s not a criticism!
This perhaps went on just a tad too long with the fundraising and a wedding on top, but all-in-all it was very enjoyable and I suspect I’ll be back for the finale at Christmas-time!
Blind Faith is the sequel to Summer Fate but it can be read as a stand alone with no loss to the plot.
As the title implies we meet Faith (Who wouldn’t like to meet Faith!) who is sexy, hot and absolutely gorgeous!!
The humour from the very start is gloriously funny, with many, many laugh out loud moments especially the Lycra scene and the Zumba class.
Emma Nichols has without a doubt become a lesfic author who is a force to be reckoned with and has quickly proven she can write anything from angst to humour with equal dexterity.
This is the summer read you don’t want to miss and won’t be able to put down!!