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I'm so glad I found this author. I first read her latest book, Resisting Mr Rochester, and now I'm devouring the rest. She's a terrific writer, and this book is both funny and sweet. The characters are so real and feel like old friends. The Yorkshire setting is wonderful; Kearton Bay is the fictional setting for the real-life Robin Hood's Bay. The romance builds slowly and is very believable as these two wounded souls find each other. I'm now halfway through the next book in the series and so happy to meet many of these delightful characters again. Oh, and the dialogue! Just great! I'm gushing, but I'm really enjoying this series and I heartily recommend it.
Eliza, despite her money, has all the same insecurities as other women, and she now finds herself at a crossroads in her life, but her kindness and warm personality, her genuineness, ensure that she soon settles in to Kearton Bay, and finds not only new friends, but also a possible new romance.
The author obviously cares deeply about her characters, and you will too. It’s a warm, feel good read, that avoids the mawkishness and sentimentality of a lot of novels in the same genre. The settings are beautifully described and easy to picture and you will find yourself rooting for Eliza, and willing her to make the right decisions.
Perfect for some chill out time.
I thoroughly enjoyed this lovely story. The coastal village setting was beautifully described, there was an array of secondary characters to enjoy and come to care about, and it was nice to watch as Eliza is gradually reminded of who she once was and would like to be again - all whilst enjoying the author’s warm sense of humour. A delightful read.
The setting of Kearton Bay was evocative and the dialogue fitted well with the characters who lived there. I was delighted to find a heroine, Eliza, with a real personality too and I can't wait to read the next in the series!Really authentic setting... Yorkshire...really felt as though I was there and description and dialogue fitted in completely.
I was immediately drawn to that North Yorkshire setting. I recognised Whitby and Robin Hood's Bay; I love them both, and all the references are so beautifully sketched in - I was immediately whisked back
Sharon Booth has created a wonderful cast of characters here, woven into a really interesting story-line. There are some very current, recognisable issues, a bit of pathos and lots of lovely laughs.
A great read. I really enjoyed it.
Sharon’s lovely style of writing and fantastic characters brought the book to life and kept me hooked right to the very end. I can’t wait for more from Kearton Bay!