Pillow Talk review ✓ 104

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Pillow Talk review ✓ 104 Ì What keeps you up all night They were high school sweethearts who hadn't seen each other for seventeen years And suddenly they're in front of each other in a tiny sweet shop in the middle of nowhere Neither can uite believe it These days Petra works in London as a jeweller while Arlo has left his rock and roll lifestyle for tNeither can uite believe it These days Petra works in London as a jeweller while Arlo has left his rock and roll lifestyle for the wilds of North Yorkshire Out of the blue their paths have just cross. A very entertaining story My only previous experience with British chick lit is Jill Mansell and though this was not as frothy or laugh out loud funny as her books generally are it had a similar sensibility and feel If the genre is a chocolate cream pie Mansell would be the whipped cream and North the chocolate mousse eually light and delicious but with a little depth of flavorIn this case we explore the concept that you never get over your first love especially when it was mostly mental and never proceeded past the idealized first flush Running into each other again 17 years later they get to explore who they are now and the baggage they bring as adults It's the baggage of past emotional traumas that give this book that added complexity it never veers anywhere close to being truly depressing but you can still empathize with what the characters go through and rejoice as they move on together

Freya North å 4 review

Ed But for first love to have a second chance both must put their pasts to bed However there are skeletons in Arlo's closet which keep him up at night And just what is it that causes Petra to sleepwa. This is the first Freya North book I ever read back when magazines occasionally came with a free book as your ‘summer read’ and it remains my favourite The characters are engaging and you so want to root for them I really enjoy reading books based in locations I’m familiar with and Freya paints a wonderfully accurate picture of some of my favourite childhood spots; Suggitts in Great Ayton continue to do some of the best ice cream I’ve ever had Petra’s awe and love of her Tanzanite sparked its own interest in me to learn about its history And let’s face it who didn’t fall for the guy in a band when they were a teenager I will continue to re read this book and take pleasure in it every time

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Pillow TalkWhat keeps you up all night They were high school sweethearts who hadn't seen each other for seventeen years And suddenly they're in front of each other in a tiny sweet shop in the middle of nowhere. Pillow Talk reminded me of Twilight in that while you're reading you are caught in the story but the second you put the book down you say WHAT THE HELL DID I JUST READIn this story Mary Sue oops I mean Petra Flint reminisces about some weird stuff that happened when she was a kid dumps a jerk boyfriend texts her friends in irritating textspeak befitting a ten year old than a grown woman makes some kickass jewelry and finally hooks up with the Boy of Her Dreams TM Also the author thinks Doritos are tortilla chips which nearly made my head explode Brits Imagine reading a book where a character shows up at a party with the narration informs us a meat dish and then having the character inform us in dialogue that he's brought Welsh rabbit This is how wrong conflating Doritos with tortilla chips isIf you like cheesy romance inconsistent verb tense characters who vacillate instead of taking action poorly realized descriptions of psychological maladies scenery in place of character development long disuisitions on the Power of Friendship TM women holding detailed dissections of every text message and phone call they receive from men token gay friends and preachments on the subject of gemstone ethics you'll love this book Otherwise I recommend you avoid it I'm just glad I didn't pay for it it was free on my Nook