Love Lives

Love Lives

Two men. Two women. And every emotion you've ever felt... In 1871 Appleforth House was burned to the ground. Now, over a hundred years later, the house is being rebuilt - and so the lives of four very different people converge. Ned, a successful architect, is obsessed with restoring the house to its former glory. Focussed and determined - and bruised by a past relationship Two men. Two women. And every emotion you've ever felt... In 1871 Appleforth House was burned to the ground. N...

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Title:Love Lives
Author:Josie Lloyd
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Genres:Fiction
ISBN:Love Lives
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:416 pages pages

Love Lives Reviews

  • Writerlibrarian
    Apr 07, 2008

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

  • Tanya (Girl Plus Books)
    Nov 14, 2008

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

    It took me a while to "enter" the book. I was finding it a bit boring, a lot of separate stories, and my head didn't want to make such a big effort :) But then the story grabbed me, as usual the caracters were very real and I started caring for them. Definitly an enjoyable read. ...

    Not my favorite by Lloyd/Rees but still a good, entertaining read. The story seemed to move a bit slowly and it took some time before I connected with the characters. A satisfying ending, though, and a good read overall. ...

  • Rachel Brand
    Nov 24, 2007

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

  • Cláudia
    Jan 15, 2014

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

    It took me a while to "enter" the book. I was finding it a bit boring, a lot of separate stories, and my head didn't want to make such a big effort :) But then the story grabbed me, as usual the caracters were very real and I started caring for them. Definitly an enjoyable read. ...

  • Alison
    Nov 25, 2007

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

    It took me a while to "enter" the book. I was finding it a bit boring, a lot of separate stories, and my head didn't want to make such a big effort :) But then the story grabbed me, as usual the caracters were very real and I started caring for them. Definitly an enjoyable read. ...

    Not my favorite by Lloyd/Rees but still a good, entertaining read. The story seemed to move a bit slowly and it took some time before I connected with the characters. A satisfying ending, though, and a good read overall. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/12712796 ...

    OK but not very excitin, too predictable who ends up getting together... ...

    Don't remember much of this book, I think it was decent, because I don't have an immediate repulsion when I glance at the cover. ...

  • Michelle
    Jun 21, 2008

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

    It took me a while to "enter" the book. I was finding it a bit boring, a lot of separate stories, and my head didn't want to make such a big effort :) But then the story grabbed me, as usual the caracters were very real and I started caring for them. Definitly an enjoyable read. ...

    Not my favorite by Lloyd/Rees but still a good, entertaining read. The story seemed to move a bit slowly and it took some time before I connected with the characters. A satisfying ending, though, and a good read overall. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/12712796 ...

    OK but not very excitin, too predictable who ends up getting together... ...

    Don't remember much of this book, I think it was decent, because I don't have an immediate repulsion when I glance at the cover. ...

    I liked it. Maybe it's because I was reading it on the beach at the seaside enjoying the sun and lovely weather. Or maybe I still believe in love... ...

    Finished this yesterday, it was so so, the story between jimmy and verity saved it from being just another predictable chick lit. This book was sweet! ...

    Once you got into the story and got used to the story being swapped from one couple to another, it ended up to be a good read. ...

    Pretty predictable. An ok summer read if you don't want to have to think while reading. ...

  • Tatyana
    Nov 05, 2012

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

    It took me a while to "enter" the book. I was finding it a bit boring, a lot of separate stories, and my head didn't want to make such a big effort :) But then the story grabbed me, as usual the caracters were very real and I started caring for them. Definitly an enjoyable read. ...

    Not my favorite by Lloyd/Rees but still a good, entertaining read. The story seemed to move a bit slowly and it took some time before I connected with the characters. A satisfying ending, though, and a good read overall. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/12712796 ...

    OK but not very excitin, too predictable who ends up getting together... ...

    Don't remember much of this book, I think it was decent, because I don't have an immediate repulsion when I glance at the cover. ...

    I liked it. Maybe it's because I was reading it on the beach at the seaside enjoying the sun and lovely weather. Or maybe I still believe in love... ...

  • Sandra
    Sep 29, 2009

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

    It took me a while to "enter" the book. I was finding it a bit boring, a lot of separate stories, and my head didn't want to make such a big effort :) But then the story grabbed me, as usual the caracters were very real and I started caring for them. Definitly an enjoyable read. ...

    Not my favorite by Lloyd/Rees but still a good, entertaining read. The story seemed to move a bit slowly and it took some time before I connected with the characters. A satisfying ending, though, and a good read overall. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/12712796 ...

    OK but not very excitin, too predictable who ends up getting together... ...

  • Jacqueline
    Sep 02, 2013

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

    It took me a while to "enter" the book. I was finding it a bit boring, a lot of separate stories, and my head didn't want to make such a big effort :) But then the story grabbed me, as usual the caracters were very real and I started caring for them. Definitly an enjoyable read. ...

    Not my favorite by Lloyd/Rees but still a good, entertaining read. The story seemed to move a bit slowly and it took some time before I connected with the characters. A satisfying ending, though, and a good read overall. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/12712796 ...

    OK but not very excitin, too predictable who ends up getting together... ...

    Don't remember much of this book, I think it was decent, because I don't have an immediate repulsion when I glance at the cover. ...

    I liked it. Maybe it's because I was reading it on the beach at the seaside enjoying the sun and lovely weather. Or maybe I still believe in love... ...

    Finished this yesterday, it was so so, the story between jimmy and verity saved it from being just another predictable chick lit. This book was sweet! ...

  • Estelle
    Sep 03, 2015

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

    It took me a while to "enter" the book. I was finding it a bit boring, a lot of separate stories, and my head didn't want to make such a big effort :) But then the story grabbed me, as usual the caracters were very real and I started caring for them. Definitly an enjoyable read. ...

    Not my favorite by Lloyd/Rees but still a good, entertaining read. The story seemed to move a bit slowly and it took some time before I connected with the characters. A satisfying ending, though, and a good read overall. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/12712796 ...

    OK but not very excitin, too predictable who ends up getting together... ...

    Don't remember much of this book, I think it was decent, because I don't have an immediate repulsion when I glance at the cover. ...

    I liked it. Maybe it's because I was reading it on the beach at the seaside enjoying the sun and lovely weather. Or maybe I still believe in love... ...

    Finished this yesterday, it was so so, the story between jimmy and verity saved it from being just another predictable chick lit. This book was sweet! ...

    Once you got into the story and got used to the story being swapped from one couple to another, it ended up to be a good read. ...

    Pretty predictable. An ok summer read if you don't want to have to think while reading. ...

    The story didn't read as easily for me as the Jack & Amy stories, but I enjoyed it once I got into it. ...

    Not the best book by these two authors but it gets the job done when you just need an easy read. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/13554818 ...

  • Ashleigh
    Aug 30, 2010

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

    It took me a while to "enter" the book. I was finding it a bit boring, a lot of separate stories, and my head didn't want to make such a big effort :) But then the story grabbed me, as usual the caracters were very real and I started caring for them. Definitly an enjoyable read. ...

    Not my favorite by Lloyd/Rees but still a good, entertaining read. The story seemed to move a bit slowly and it took some time before I connected with the characters. A satisfying ending, though, and a good read overall. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/12712796 ...

    OK but not very excitin, too predictable who ends up getting together... ...

    Don't remember much of this book, I think it was decent, because I don't have an immediate repulsion when I glance at the cover. ...

    I liked it. Maybe it's because I was reading it on the beach at the seaside enjoying the sun and lovely weather. Or maybe I still believe in love... ...

    Finished this yesterday, it was so so, the story between jimmy and verity saved it from being just another predictable chick lit. This book was sweet! ...

    Once you got into the story and got used to the story being swapped from one couple to another, it ended up to be a good read. ...

    Pretty predictable. An ok summer read if you don't want to have to think while reading. ...

    The story didn't read as easily for me as the Jack & Amy stories, but I enjoyed it once I got into it. ...

    Not the best book by these two authors but it gets the job done when you just need an easy read. ...

  • Naomi
    Jul 02, 2011

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

  • Eva
    Feb 11, 2017

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

  • Den
    Aug 07, 2013

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

  • Louise
    Mar 23, 2012

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

    It took me a while to "enter" the book. I was finding it a bit boring, a lot of separate stories, and my head didn't want to make such a big effort :) But then the story grabbed me, as usual the caracters were very real and I started caring for them. Definitly an enjoyable read. ...

    Not my favorite by Lloyd/Rees but still a good, entertaining read. The story seemed to move a bit slowly and it took some time before I connected with the characters. A satisfying ending, though, and a good read overall. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/12712796 ...

    OK but not very excitin, too predictable who ends up getting together... ...

    Don't remember much of this book, I think it was decent, because I don't have an immediate repulsion when I glance at the cover. ...

    I liked it. Maybe it's because I was reading it on the beach at the seaside enjoying the sun and lovely weather. Or maybe I still believe in love... ...

    Finished this yesterday, it was so so, the story between jimmy and verity saved it from being just another predictable chick lit. This book was sweet! ...

    Once you got into the story and got used to the story being swapped from one couple to another, it ended up to be a good read. ...

    Pretty predictable. An ok summer read if you don't want to have to think while reading. ...

    The story didn't read as easily for me as the Jack & Amy stories, but I enjoyed it once I got into it. ...

    Not the best book by these two authors but it gets the job done when you just need an easy read. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/13554818 ...

    An enjoyable Beach read. ...

    Amazing how dated this is. It was only written in 2003 and yet it seems like so long ago! Enjoyed it though. Good story and well written. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/10529333 ...

  • Eli
    Jan 28, 2014

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

    It took me a while to "enter" the book. I was finding it a bit boring, a lot of separate stories, and my head didn't want to make such a big effort :) But then the story grabbed me, as usual the caracters were very real and I started caring for them. Definitly an enjoyable read. ...

    Not my favorite by Lloyd/Rees but still a good, entertaining read. The story seemed to move a bit slowly and it took some time before I connected with the characters. A satisfying ending, though, and a good read overall. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/12712796 ...

    OK but not very excitin, too predictable who ends up getting together... ...

    Don't remember much of this book, I think it was decent, because I don't have an immediate repulsion when I glance at the cover. ...

    I liked it. Maybe it's because I was reading it on the beach at the seaside enjoying the sun and lovely weather. Or maybe I still believe in love... ...

    Finished this yesterday, it was so so, the story between jimmy and verity saved it from being just another predictable chick lit. This book was sweet! ...

    Once you got into the story and got used to the story being swapped from one couple to another, it ended up to be a good read. ...

    Pretty predictable. An ok summer read if you don't want to have to think while reading. ...

    The story didn't read as easily for me as the Jack & Amy stories, but I enjoyed it once I got into it. ...

  • Nathan
    Jan 19, 2012

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

  • Sarah
    Jul 15, 2012

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

  • Nina
    Jul 16, 2012

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

    It took me a while to "enter" the book. I was finding it a bit boring, a lot of separate stories, and my head didn't want to make such a big effort :) But then the story grabbed me, as usual the caracters were very real and I started caring for them. Definitly an enjoyable read. ...

    Not my favorite by Lloyd/Rees but still a good, entertaining read. The story seemed to move a bit slowly and it took some time before I connected with the characters. A satisfying ending, though, and a good read overall. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/12712796 ...

    OK but not very excitin, too predictable who ends up getting together... ...

    Don't remember much of this book, I think it was decent, because I don't have an immediate repulsion when I glance at the cover. ...

    I liked it. Maybe it's because I was reading it on the beach at the seaside enjoying the sun and lovely weather. Or maybe I still believe in love... ...

    Finished this yesterday, it was so so, the story between jimmy and verity saved it from being just another predictable chick lit. This book was sweet! ...

    Once you got into the story and got used to the story being swapped from one couple to another, it ended up to be a good read. ...

    Pretty predictable. An ok summer read if you don't want to have to think while reading. ...

    The story didn't read as easily for me as the Jack & Amy stories, but I enjoyed it once I got into it. ...

    Not the best book by these two authors but it gets the job done when you just need an easy read. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/13554818 ...

    An enjoyable Beach read. ...

  • Tina
    Sep 29, 2012

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

    It took me a while to "enter" the book. I was finding it a bit boring, a lot of separate stories, and my head didn't want to make such a big effort :) But then the story grabbed me, as usual the caracters were very real and I started caring for them. Definitly an enjoyable read. ...

    Not my favorite by Lloyd/Rees but still a good, entertaining read. The story seemed to move a bit slowly and it took some time before I connected with the characters. A satisfying ending, though, and a good read overall. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/12712796 ...

    OK but not very excitin, too predictable who ends up getting together... ...

    Don't remember much of this book, I think it was decent, because I don't have an immediate repulsion when I glance at the cover. ...

    I liked it. Maybe it's because I was reading it on the beach at the seaside enjoying the sun and lovely weather. Or maybe I still believe in love... ...

    Finished this yesterday, it was so so, the story between jimmy and verity saved it from being just another predictable chick lit. This book was sweet! ...

    Once you got into the story and got used to the story being swapped from one couple to another, it ended up to be a good read. ...

  • Verity
    Nov 30, 2014

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

  • Zoe
    Jun 05, 2014

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

    It took me a while to "enter" the book. I was finding it a bit boring, a lot of separate stories, and my head didn't want to make such a big effort :) But then the story grabbed me, as usual the caracters were very real and I started caring for them. Definitly an enjoyable read. ...

    Not my favorite by Lloyd/Rees but still a good, entertaining read. The story seemed to move a bit slowly and it took some time before I connected with the characters. A satisfying ending, though, and a good read overall. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/12712796 ...

  • Hayley Kellegher
    Sep 14, 2013

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

    It took me a while to "enter" the book. I was finding it a bit boring, a lot of separate stories, and my head didn't want to make such a big effort :) But then the story grabbed me, as usual the caracters were very real and I started caring for them. Definitly an enjoyable read. ...

    Not my favorite by Lloyd/Rees but still a good, entertaining read. The story seemed to move a bit slowly and it took some time before I connected with the characters. A satisfying ending, though, and a good read overall. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/12712796 ...

    OK but not very excitin, too predictable who ends up getting together... ...

    Don't remember much of this book, I think it was decent, because I don't have an immediate repulsion when I glance at the cover. ...

    I liked it. Maybe it's because I was reading it on the beach at the seaside enjoying the sun and lovely weather. Or maybe I still believe in love... ...

    Finished this yesterday, it was so so, the story between jimmy and verity saved it from being just another predictable chick lit. This book was sweet! ...

    Once you got into the story and got used to the story being swapped from one couple to another, it ended up to be a good read. ...

    Pretty predictable. An ok summer read if you don't want to have to think while reading. ...

    The story didn't read as easily for me as the Jack & Amy stories, but I enjoyed it once I got into it. ...

    Not the best book by these two authors but it gets the job done when you just need an easy read. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/13554818 ...

    An enjoyable Beach read. ...

    Amazing how dated this is. It was only written in 2003 and yet it seems like so long ago! Enjoyed it though. Good story and well written. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/10529333 ...

    ...

  • Jill Lamond
    Nov 20, 2015

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

    It took me a while to "enter" the book. I was finding it a bit boring, a lot of separate stories, and my head didn't want to make such a big effort :) But then the story grabbed me, as usual the caracters were very real and I started caring for them. Definitly an enjoyable read. ...

    Not my favorite by Lloyd/Rees but still a good, entertaining read. The story seemed to move a bit slowly and it took some time before I connected with the characters. A satisfying ending, though, and a good read overall. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/12712796 ...

    OK but not very excitin, too predictable who ends up getting together... ...

    Don't remember much of this book, I think it was decent, because I don't have an immediate repulsion when I glance at the cover. ...

    I liked it. Maybe it's because I was reading it on the beach at the seaside enjoying the sun and lovely weather. Or maybe I still believe in love... ...

    Finished this yesterday, it was so so, the story between jimmy and verity saved it from being just another predictable chick lit. This book was sweet! ...

    Once you got into the story and got used to the story being swapped from one couple to another, it ended up to be a good read. ...

    Pretty predictable. An ok summer read if you don't want to have to think while reading. ...

    The story didn't read as easily for me as the Jack & Amy stories, but I enjoyed it once I got into it. ...

    Not the best book by these two authors but it gets the job done when you just need an easy read. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/13554818 ...

    An enjoyable Beach read. ...

    Amazing how dated this is. It was only written in 2003 and yet it seems like so long ago! Enjoyed it though. Good story and well written. ...

  • Soho_Black
    Dec 31, 2014

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

  • Jo
    Sep 12, 2016

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

    It took me a while to "enter" the book. I was finding it a bit boring, a lot of separate stories, and my head didn't want to make such a big effort :) But then the story grabbed me, as usual the caracters were very real and I started caring for them. Definitly an enjoyable read. ...

    Not my favorite by Lloyd/Rees but still a good, entertaining read. The story seemed to move a bit slowly and it took some time before I connected with the characters. A satisfying ending, though, and a good read overall. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/12712796 ...

    OK but not very excitin, too predictable who ends up getting together... ...

    Don't remember much of this book, I think it was decent, because I don't have an immediate repulsion when I glance at the cover. ...

    I liked it. Maybe it's because I was reading it on the beach at the seaside enjoying the sun and lovely weather. Or maybe I still believe in love... ...

    Finished this yesterday, it was so so, the story between jimmy and verity saved it from being just another predictable chick lit. This book was sweet! ...

    Once you got into the story and got used to the story being swapped from one couple to another, it ended up to be a good read. ...

    Pretty predictable. An ok summer read if you don't want to have to think while reading. ...

    The story didn't read as easily for me as the Jack & Amy stories, but I enjoyed it once I got into it. ...

    Not the best book by these two authors but it gets the job done when you just need an easy read. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/13554818 ...

    An enjoyable Beach read. ...

    Amazing how dated this is. It was only written in 2003 and yet it seems like so long ago! Enjoyed it though. Good story and well written. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/10529333 ...

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  • Viv Gilbey
    Apr 24, 2017

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

    It took me a while to "enter" the book. I was finding it a bit boring, a lot of separate stories, and my head didn't want to make such a big effort :) But then the story grabbed me, as usual the caracters were very real and I started caring for them. Definitly an enjoyable read. ...

    Not my favorite by Lloyd/Rees but still a good, entertaining read. The story seemed to move a bit slowly and it took some time before I connected with the characters. A satisfying ending, though, and a good read overall. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/12712796 ...

    OK but not very excitin, too predictable who ends up getting together... ...

    Don't remember much of this book, I think it was decent, because I don't have an immediate repulsion when I glance at the cover. ...

    I liked it. Maybe it's because I was reading it on the beach at the seaside enjoying the sun and lovely weather. Or maybe I still believe in love... ...

    Finished this yesterday, it was so so, the story between jimmy and verity saved it from being just another predictable chick lit. This book was sweet! ...

    Once you got into the story and got used to the story being swapped from one couple to another, it ended up to be a good read. ...

    Pretty predictable. An ok summer read if you don't want to have to think while reading. ...

    The story didn't read as easily for me as the Jack & Amy stories, but I enjoyed it once I got into it. ...

    Not the best book by these two authors but it gets the job done when you just need an easy read. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/13554818 ...

    An enjoyable Beach read. ...

    Amazing how dated this is. It was only written in 2003 and yet it seems like so long ago! Enjoyed it though. Good story and well written. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/10529333 ...

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  • Karen
    Aug 22, 2017

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

    It took me a while to "enter" the book. I was finding it a bit boring, a lot of separate stories, and my head didn't want to make such a big effort :) But then the story grabbed me, as usual the caracters were very real and I started caring for them. Definitly an enjoyable read. ...

    Not my favorite by Lloyd/Rees but still a good, entertaining read. The story seemed to move a bit slowly and it took some time before I connected with the characters. A satisfying ending, though, and a good read overall. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/12712796 ...

    OK but not very excitin, too predictable who ends up getting together... ...

    Don't remember much of this book, I think it was decent, because I don't have an immediate repulsion when I glance at the cover. ...

    I liked it. Maybe it's because I was reading it on the beach at the seaside enjoying the sun and lovely weather. Or maybe I still believe in love... ...

    Finished this yesterday, it was so so, the story between jimmy and verity saved it from being just another predictable chick lit. This book was sweet! ...

    Once you got into the story and got used to the story being swapped from one couple to another, it ended up to be a good read. ...

    Pretty predictable. An ok summer read if you don't want to have to think while reading. ...

    The story didn't read as easily for me as the Jack & Amy stories, but I enjoyed it once I got into it. ...

    Not the best book by these two authors but it gets the job done when you just need an easy read. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/13554818 ...

    An enjoyable Beach read. ...

    Amazing how dated this is. It was only written in 2003 and yet it seems like so long ago! Enjoyed it though. Good story and well written. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/10529333 ...

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  • Fiona Orr
    May 17, 2018

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...

    I'm an unashamed fan of the work of these authors, but I'm afraid that this one ran perilously close to Mills&Boon level schmaltz. Not their best work. Enjoyable enough, but the plot was as transparent as a thin sheet of plastic wrap and there were a couple of "because it's in the ...

    I think this was one of my favourite books as a teenager. I read my tattered copy several times before I finally gave it away when it lost its appeal when I got older. I remember getting rather annoyed at the actions of the teenage girl, but there must have been something that made me ...

    Ellen and Scott are doing a documentary on Lost Soul?s Point, part of a seaside cliff notorious for the number of suicides that have occurred there. This book was quite good- there were no questions that were unanswered at the end of the book. There were quite a lot of twists in ...

    It took me a while to "enter" the book. I was finding it a bit boring, a lot of separate stories, and my head didn't want to make such a big effort :) But then the story grabbed me, as usual the caracters were very real and I started caring for them. Definitly an enjoyable read. ...

    Not my favorite by Lloyd/Rees but still a good, entertaining read. The story seemed to move a bit slowly and it took some time before I connected with the characters. A satisfying ending, though, and a good read overall. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/12712796 ...

    OK but not very excitin, too predictable who ends up getting together... ...

    Don't remember much of this book, I think it was decent, because I don't have an immediate repulsion when I glance at the cover. ...

    I liked it. Maybe it's because I was reading it on the beach at the seaside enjoying the sun and lovely weather. Or maybe I still believe in love... ...

    Finished this yesterday, it was so so, the story between jimmy and verity saved it from being just another predictable chick lit. This book was sweet! ...

    Once you got into the story and got used to the story being swapped from one couple to another, it ended up to be a good read. ...

    Pretty predictable. An ok summer read if you don't want to have to think while reading. ...

    The story didn't read as easily for me as the Jack & Amy stories, but I enjoyed it once I got into it. ...

    Not the best book by these two authors but it gets the job done when you just need an easy read. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/13554818 ...

    An enjoyable Beach read. ...

    Amazing how dated this is. It was only written in 2003 and yet it seems like so long ago! Enjoyed it though. Good story and well written. ...

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com! http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/10529333 ...

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  • Ilonita50
    Oct 09, 2011

    To be honest, I did not expect that I would like this book. I'm not the biggest fan of these kind of romance-books and at times I can get frustrated with switches between characters but with this one it wasn't so bad! You follow the story of Ned, Ellen, Jimmy and Verity and how thei...

    La vie, l?amour est le quatrième roman du couple Josie Lloyd et Emlyn Rees, unit dans la vie et dans l?écriture. Typique de la littérature, dite féminine, ce roman écrit à quatre mains raconte la vie et les amours de Jimmy et Vérity, deux adolescents à l?aube de leur vie ...

    This book was a great summer read! I couldn't put it down! ...

    Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? I can never remember. The point is that we?ve been told so many times of late that men and women can?t ever hope to understand one another because we?re so different. That?s long seemed the case in liter...

    First Read: 30 July 2013 - Ellen comes to the village to make a documentary about a local suicide landmark. Ned is around restoring an old house. Both have luggage but find themselves attracted to each other.Then there are the two teenagers who are destined to be together (with a littl...

    This book was quite enjoyable and was really quick and easy but I had a lot of issues with it. The plot line had a lot of gaps and there was a lot of build up for a very anticlimactic end. The conclusion felt rushed and not put together all that well. I've only ever read two other book...

    i think it was good; hehe..funny when it occur to be going between Ellen and Ned; Real pain reading teenage longing for Danny and knowing there are such teenage girls everyday, like boys as Danny and there are situation games when as in story Verity and Danny.. Oh i really love the mom...