The Restaurant @ The Mill (In Love with Love series book 3) Kindle Edition
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Hilary was a lovely character who was always there for others, she definitely gave off a caring agony aunt vibe. She knew that Ben wasn't telling her everything about himself and yet she still didn't push him to open up, instead waiting for him to share when he felt ready. It took me a while to figure Ben out, he was very quiet and reserved and this just made me want to know his secrets more!
I absolutely loved Sadie, even after a family tragedy she was still a happy and bubbly character and this made her really likeable to me. I enjoyed watching her grow in confidence throughout the book as she came to some firm decisions about what she wanted out of life.
Thomas was a shrewd businessman but wasn't so good with his personal life, the reasons behind this were something that I hadn't expected and I liked that I hadn't been able to figure it out before.
At times I found Charlotte and Nick's story difficult to read but only because I felt so worried for them, they were struggling with their life together and I found myself really hoping things would turn out for the best between them.
Grace was an amazing character, tales from her past made me feel so sad and later on when things were starting to go right for her she received some devastating news that brought tears to my eyes.
I really enjoyed reading about Isobel's first steps into writing fiction, it was fascinating to find out about the thought processes that go along with writing a book. When she met Lionel I had a feeling that it would only end in disaster especially with David being around so much after his retirement.
On top of all these characters was the addition of a spirit called Sarah, she was a fabulous twist to the story and her tale was as interesting as the rest. The epilogue was great, it was very different and really left me smiling!
This book covered some very difficult issues (bereavement, family rifts and an unplanned pregnancy to name just a few) but I felt that they were written well and with care, I feel confident that most people would be able to relate to at least one character and that is what makes this book so readable for me.
I loved how the individual stories tied together and made me feel personally involved with them all, also the descriptions of the mill and it's surroundings enabled me to picture everything so easily.
This is a thought-provoking book that has everything from romance to ghosts, definitely worth a read!
The characters have real depth and totally pop of the page fully realized, so you feel you are going through their individual issues with them. Throughout the book your emotions take a real roller coaster ride, I found myself sad, desolate, overjoyed, cheerleading, rooting for the underdog, grinning like an idiot, giggling and sobbing into my pillow.
I heartily recommend The Restaurant @ The Mill. It cannot be confined to one genre as it is far to good a book – if your looking for great chick lit then this is it and if your looking for something a little paranormal then again this is it. Love story? Yes, it ticks that box too. It’s moral, funny, heart wrenching and above all a stonkingly brilliant read.
My only problem is that having already purchased and read Ms Halton’s other novels, and stormed through this at such an astonishing pace, I am now left feeling a little bereft as I have nothing more from this truly gifted writer until her next release. So I can only hope she has a new book waiting in the publishing wings, as I don’t want to have to wait long!