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The Ticklemore Treasure Trove: A perfectly uplifting, heart-warming story Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B08T7RHNLG
- Publisher : Lilac Tree Books (June 1, 2021)
- Publication date : June 1, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 475 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 221 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,632,602 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Liz Davies brings back her delightful Ticklemore series with The Ticklemore Treasure Trove. Once again, we have a lovely older couple who find their second chance at love. Our old favorites are still in town, with a few new characters to liven the place up a bit.
Nell Chapman owns the Ticklemore Treasure Trove, an antique store with a lovely surprise inside. Silas Long is an artist who lives in a cozy cottage on the outskirts of the village. He also runs the local art gallery. Nell and Silas know each other from around town but never had much interaction until now. Silas sees Nell on one of her worst days then can’t get her out of his mind. The rest, as they say, is history.
Nell is such a fun character. I enjoyed reading her story. I understand her sadness as she watches her adult twin boys leave the nest. And, her ex-husband Riley is a real piece of work. Silas took me a little longer to warm up to. He is sullen, with good reason, but I didn’t know how to relate to his anguish. But, as he realized his love for Nell, he became a favorite.
The Treasure Trove is one of those places that a person could spend hours perusing the unique items. Nell finds most of her treasures at boot sales. Who doesn't love a good boot sale? Though we call them yard sales over here in the States. We also got to revisit the tavern and Bookylicious, the local coffee house.
It brings me great pleasure to award The Ticklemore Treasure Trove 4 out of 5 stars. I love reading about older couples, and this series does a fantastic job of giving readers that. I recommend this novel to romance readers who enjoy a small-town feel. Plus, the characters can't help being loveable.
The thoughts she was having about Riley were downright bad, evil almost. She’d had a moment last night when she’d imagined burying him under the patio. The problem was that she didn’t have a patio. And if she had one, she wasn’t sure whether she’d want his body underneath it.
…. when Hattie is in this mood it’s easier to give in and go along, rather than try to fight her. She’s more tenacious than a meerkat digging for a scorpion.
‘Barry wants me to sell up and move into an old people’s complex,’ the grumpy one said. ‘When I told him, “over my dead body”, I could have sworn he was measuring me up for my coffin.’
‘Her name is Tanesha, and she’s a poppet. If you ignore the tongue-piercing.’ Hattie stuck her tongue out and shuddered. ‘I try not to look at it, but I can’t help it. Anyway, she seems sensible enough for a seventeen-year-old and she can speak in proper sentences.’
‘Please look a bit happier,’ Juliette pleaded. ‘The pair of you look like you’ve lost a pound and found a penny.’
This was a sweet and appealing tale of small village life laced with humor and featured a blossoming attraction between fellow shop owners in transition, family drama, and a villainous ex. The writing style was engaging and flowed smoothly with endearing and likable characters and entertaining and relatable storylines that were easy to follow and engaging. I’m already looking forward to the next installment as I always enjoy my forays to Ticklemore. The character of Hattie is one of my favorite octogenarians and a force of nature; I aspire to her level of feistiness at any age.
This book follow Nell and Silas and what is going on in their lives. Nell has a cute little Treasure shop where people can buy antiques. Her ex husband is hounding her to half of what she is making at the shop, even though her divorce decree says the opposite. Silas is a painter and an art dealer. He works and lives near Nell, begins to hang out with her, and help her with artwork. Will they end up together? What will happen with the ex-husband demanding things? This book was such an easy read. You didn't really know what was going to happen, but it was a wonderful surprise.