eBook Husbands epub

by Adele Parks

eBook Husbands epub
  • ISBN: 0753175223
  • Author: Adele Parks
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Contemporary
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: ISIS Publishing; New Ed edition (December 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 528 pages
  • ePUB size: 1714 kb
  • FB2 size 1757 kb
  • Formats txt docx lrf lit


PENGUIN BOOKS Husbands Praise for Adele Parks’s previous bestsellers: ‘Compelling and guaranteed to keep you turning the pages till the end’Company ‘Parks depicts the nitty-gritty of.

PENGUIN BOOKS Husbands Praise for Adele Parks’s previous bestsellers: ‘Compelling and guaranteed to keep you turning the pages till the end’Company ‘Parks depicts the nitty-gritty o. Praise for Adele Parks’s previous bestsellers: ‘Compelling and guaranteed to keep you turning the pages till the end’Company. Parks depicts the nitty-gritty of relationships with authentic detail and there’s a hugely optimistic feel to the story that makes it a satisfying read’ Sunday Mirror. Still Thinking of You is guaranteed to keep chick-lit and romance readers engrossed’ Big Issue.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Bella Lawrence secretly married her childhood sweetheart.

Adele Parks one of the most-loved and biggest-selling women's fiction writers in the U.

She has published twelve novels in the past twelve years, all of which have been London Times Top Ten Bestsellers. It pleased me much more that I expected! This is the story of a young woman happily married and living in London.

I think I would read anything Adele Parks writes. Reading this book, I was struck by how I've read other books that tell similar type stories lately and those books have left me frustrated and annoyed.

Husbands: you're really only allowed one at a time. I think I would read anything Adele Parks writes. This book left me happy.

Adele Parks was born in Teeside, north-east England. Since graduating she has lived in Italy and Africa but has spent most of her adult life in London. She lives in Chiswick, with her husband and son. Her earlier novels, Playing Away, Game Over, Larger than Life, The Other Woman's Shoes and Still Thinking of You were all bestsellers and are published in over twenty different counties. Библиографические данные.

Bella secretly married Stevie, over a decade ago; they were at university, two big kids playing at being grownups. When it all unravelled and reality hit, Bella simply got up and left

Bella secretly married Stevie, over a decade ago; they were at university, two big kids playing at being grownups. When it all unravelled and reality hit, Bella simply got up and left. Years later, Bella meets Philip and, despite her vow never to marry again, she can't resist him. He is a catch. Funny, charming, interesting and kind. Only hitch is, she's still (technically, anyway) married to Stevie. And the moment to tell Philip never quite seems to arrive.

Adele Parks is a women’s fiction author from the UK. Parks was born in the north-east of England and studied English at the University of Leicester. Every one of her 18 novels has been a bestseller in the UK. She was a judge of the Costa Book Awards in 2010 and has regularly been the judge of the Costa Short Story Awards

Comments: (7)
Stonewing
I originally decided to read this book because my mother couldn't put it down, but as soon as I read the first chapter I knew that I too would become a slave to its magnificence. Calling this book a masterpiece would be an understatement, for there are too many wonderful ways to describe how fantastic it truly is. Adele clearly has a talent for creating vibrant characters with intense relationships and smart dialogues. Not only is this story beautifully written and well thought out, it is life affirming and reminds you that there is always hope when love is involved. You will absolutely regret it if you don't read this book. Well done Adele Parks.
Diab
I almost gave up on this book after the first few chapters cause nothing happened and the characters weren't particularly interesting. It picked up a bit once we started getting the men's point of view but shortly after that it again started to drag. I finished it but I must admit I skimmed a lot of it. The premise was interesting (improbable, but that was okay - I'm good at suspending disbelief) and the writing was good but somehow it didn't gel: the main heroine is too indecisive for too long and it made me lose sympathy for her and start to not care whether she got her HEA or not. I'm giving this book 3 stars because of the good writing but I can't really recommend it.
Whitestone
This books gives new meaning to the term "beach book". It is
so far fetched that it has absolutely no credibility. However, if
you want to escape it might be something you might want to try.
There are too many good books out there to waste time on this
one.
Jay
This is a nice vacation read.

Bella is happily married to Philip and enjoying high society life. She works hard to be a perfect wife, and seems to be succeeding. Then her friend Laura introduces her new boyfriend, and Bella’s carefully crafted façade starts to crack. You see, Stevie happens to be Bella’s first husband. Whom she never divorced. She is now forced to face her estranged husband and come clean to both her friend and her other husband.

I enjoyed this book quite a bit, but was rather annoyed at the situation caused by Bella. She had plenty of time and opportunity to quietly arrange a divorce from Stevie, but failed to do so. Then, when they are all attending a convention, she actually spends time with him as if nothing is wrong, which to me is a betrayal to both Philip and Laura. If she’d taken more responsibility for her actions earlier on in the story, she’s have been more likeable to me. Philip doesn’t really flesh out enough for my taste, and Stevie is just happy to maintain the situation. The character I liked most was Laura, but even she grated on my nerves from time to time with immature reactions.

All in all, the story was entertaining to read, but the characters could have been better developed.
DrayLOVE
I bought Husbands at a local book store without having read any reviews about it before, I just like the back cover description. It pleased me much more that I expected! This is the story of a young woman happily married and living in London. Her husband is quite wealthy (no Greek tycoon or Arab millionaire just enough to enjoy a comfortable lifestyle) and she spends her time between gym, coffee with her 2 best friends and of course shopping. This perfect harmony though is shattered when one of her best friends, who is a single mother, starts dating a new guy, an Elvis impersonator, and happily introduces him to her friends. Unfortunately, this man just happens to be the heroine's husband (notice there is no ex- here). They grew up in the same city and got married while in university. The thing is that although they've been apart for ages, they never filed for a divorce. And now that they've found each other again, neither of them is sure they want one after all...

This is a very very humorous book that will take you in a ride you don't want to end. On the other hand there are serious issues like single motherhood (both the heroine's friends are raising their children alone, though one did not have any choice in it as her husband tragically died), loyalty between friends and growing up to realize what YOU want from life. This book was so exciting I couldn't let it down as there were so many twists I couldn't be sure who will end up with whom until the very end. It is chick lit but it has the most unusual story I've ever heard of and the story flowed fast enough to keep me on edge all the time. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
mym Ђудęm ęгσ НuK
Loved this read for a variety of reasons! I loved the different points of view in each chapter. At times I wondered if a man wrote the Stevie and Phil chapters...no easy feat to capture what 'they '- yes I'm making a rash generalization - are thinking....

I wanted the theme of first love to prevail early on but after reading on I felt such an affinity to my least favorite character. It was quite surprising for me!

This is my first time reading an Adele Parks book but it won't be my last. I had to do some re-reading ( cultural barrier) and on more than several occasions look up those long forgotten SAT words,but I loved it!
Rleyistr
I laughed and I cried too! Adele Parks has written another fantastic, sensitive, funny book which will keep you hooked from the first chapter. Neil and Nat are wonderful and endearing characters and the stepping back into the past with Nat's little black book brings many memories flooding back - could one of Nat's previous lovers be "the one"! Men I Loved Before is a must read - enjoy!
I really enjoyed this book. This is not your average Chick-Lit; it is well written and entertaining. The characters are all plausible and you really want to find out what happens to them. I thoroughly recommend this book as a good entertaining read.
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