- File Size: 630 KB
- Print Length: 215 pages
- Publication Date: January 7, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009HOBM5C
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #410,803 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Emily and Collin are childish and self absorbed. Completely unlikable. Both treat each other pretty poorly. I could not understand why they even got married. Emily is constantly in the midst of a pity party. Collin is condescending. The fact that Emily calls him out on his drinking is a joke. Pot calling kettle I'd say.
Except for the few times the author mentions where the characters are living, there's nothing to tell us about the location, again no depth.
The basic storyline isn't bad, the writing isn't bad, but much more could have been done with the material.
Emily was raised without a father by her mother, her aunt and, oddly, her cousin, Jeremy who speaks to her from the grave. She marries Collin and moves to his home country, Ireland, where nothing goes right and she cannot adapt until, miraculously, she does. She makes up with her mother. Her husband begins doing the work he was meant to do instead of slogging along in the family business. It just goes on and on with Emily fixing everything in just a couple short weeks.
Ridiculous. Thank goodness it was free on Amazon.
Collin is equally having trouble readjusting to being home and back to his job in the family business, leaving unhappy during the week. He's also having problems with Em's anger toward her single mom.
There's "lots to be sorted" before things calm down; that is if things calm down.
A very enjoyable read. Well plotted with interesting characters and relatable situations. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Top international reviews
She has had a very uncomfortable relationship with her mother for years and knows she needs to repair it, but it all seems too difficult, until she receives a letter that starts her on a new journey towards healing the past.
As a child she was always close to her cousin Jeremy who was more like a sibling and confidant, but Jeremy died and Emily couldn't let him go. And so she lets his ghost haunt her when she is alone or needs comfort.
So life begins in Cork and Emily has to get to know Collin's family better, though her sister-in-law is somewhat intimidating. But she and Collin love one another, so she knows she needs to find a way.
Life has a way of getting interesting once she discovers her father-in-law has a secret that might blow the family apart.
An interesting study of relationships set in an Irish world.