Molly's Millions Kindle Edition
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About the Author
- File size : 753 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publication date : July 23, 2019
- Print length : 288 pages
- Publisher : Notting Hill Press; 2nd edition (July 23, 2019)
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07T6CDLR3
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #304,656 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Although I tend to not like rom-com novels, I enjoy Victoria Connelly's novels because she uses multi-generational, fully-rounded characters and places them in beautifully-described scenes. In fact, the descriptions of flowers, gardens, old homes, and countrysides are one of the main attractions for me.
Nitpicky, but the cover color and the storyline don't agree.
Top reviews from other countries
The delightful romp through the English countryside with Molly and her little dog was most enjoyable and a nice change from the usual chiclit on the bookshelves of today. Pure in innocence and fun, with a little bit of mystery and nail biting as Molly makes her way from county to county, doling out part of her 4.2million pound win on the lottery, to deserving and hard working people.
The young journalist in pursuit of a good story, with his little daughter in tow, is led a merry dance by our heroine and her dog, which ends with a huge finale in London. Her family is perplexed and anxious to catch her before all her winnings are given away. The reunion with her long lost mother is touching and sensitive and adds to the story of Molly's life and explains some of her little quirks.
A thoroughly enjoyable read, light and easy and full of laughs, I would recommend this to anyone who needs a spot of cheering up.
A comedy that has more than a hint of fairy tale fantasy about it, but like all fairy tales, at its heart lies a battle between good and evil - in this case between generosity and greed. Connelly shows that "fun" doesn't have to mean "fluffy".
All of a sudden it picked up pace, and I was hooked... Loved all the different characters we got to meet along the way, and I loved the sunshine Gerbera! It made me laugh at points, and made me cry! I got to the end and was gutted it was over, there was so much more I wanted to read about! There is definitely more than enough ammo for a sequel, maybe one based on Marty and Susannah, or maybe one based on Cynthia.... or maybe just Molly and Tom and Flora?
I loved the philanthropic nature of the book, I loved the romance, the fun, the tour of Britain (lovely!) and considering this book was 99p, I am delighted with it!
Off now to see what else this author (first I've heard of her), has written!