eBook Nell epub

by Nancy Thayer

eBook Nell epub
  • ISBN: 0340372591
  • Author: Nancy Thayer
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd (February 1, 1986)
  • Pages: 386 pages
  • ePUB size: 1949 kb
  • FB2 size 1642 kb
  • Formats mbr azw rtf lrf

Praise for Nancy Thayer. The queen of beach books. Thayer has a deep and masterly understanding of love and friendship, of where the two complement and where they collide.

Praise for Nancy Thayer. Thayer’s gift for reaching the emotional core of her characters captivating. Thayer’s sense of place is powerful, and her words are hung together the way my grandmother used to tat lace.

Nancy Thayer is the queen of beach books. Keely Green always dreamed of leaving the beautiful shores of Nantucket to become a writer. Now she's a bestselling novelist living in New York City, attending glamorous cocktail parties, mingling with the literary elite, and dating a charming pediatric surgeon. In this enchanting holiday novel from New York Times bestselling author Nancy Thayer, family and friends gather on Nantucket for a gorgeous winter wedding with plenty of merry surprises in store. As Christmas draws near, Felicia returns to her family's home on the island to marry her adventurous, rugged boyfriend, Archie.

She was once a glamorous young actress married to influential director, Marlow St. John. Together, the A-list couple was the toast of the town. But then Marlow’s star fades and tensions at home skyrocket.

Nancy Thayer (born December 14, 1943) is an American novelist who has written thirty-one books. Thayer is the daughter of Jane Patton and was born in December 14, 1943 in Emporia, Kansas. Thayer married her second husband, Charles Walters, a music store owner, in 1984. They live in Nantucket, Massachusetts, and have two children: Joshua Thayer and Samantha Wilde, who is also a novelist.

A Nantucket woman returns home to find that reunions aren't always simple, in this heartwarming novel from the New York Times bestselling author of A Nantucket Wedding and Secrets in Summer. Nancy Thayer is the queen of beach books. The queen of beach books" (The Star-Ledger) returns to the shores of Nantucket in a novel about one memorable summer when flirtations flourish, family dramas play out, and scandalous secrets surface. Memorial Day weekend means that seasonal visitors have descended on the glamorous island of Nantucket.

Nancy Thayer is the author of nineteen novels, including Summer House, The Hot Flash Club series, Moon Shell Beach, Stepping, and Three Women At The Water's Edge. Her books concern the mysteries and romance of families and relationships and the humorous adventures of growing older. In 2008, Redbook magazine chose her novel Moon Shell Beach for their "Hot Summer Read.

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Comments: (7)
Nell and Marlow St. John had been a golden couple: he, a famous director, and she, a talented actress. Could their life get any better? But then the children came along. First, Jeremy, and two years later, Hannah.

Life gradually changed for them, and then, unexpectedly, Marlow left Nell for her best friend Charlotte. In some ways, she felt more betrayed by Charlotte than she did by Marlow.

Five years later, Nell is still alone, struggling financially, working in a high end boutique in Cambridge, and moving from one lover to another, never seeming to find The One. She just wants to love someone, and have him love her in return. Is that too much to ask?

When Nell's boss Elizabeth asks her to manage the boutique on Nantucket for the summer, it seems impossible, but when Marlow agrees to take the children for two months, Nell sighs with relief.

Finding her groove on the island comes quickly, and almost immediately, she meets Andy Martindale. They quickly connect and he seems to be everything Nell has been looking for.

But why, after almost three months on the island, spending every free moment with him, has Andy not talked about a future together? Could her boss's warnings have been true? That Andy is unable to make a commitment?

Nell is a very introspective tale narrated by the MC, a divorced woman struggling with single parenting, supporting herself, and trying to find love again. The story is set in New England, mainly in Arlington, Cambridge, and Nantucket, sometime in the 1980s. The themes are familiar, but Nell's voice is very appealing. She could seem a bit narcissistic, focused on her issues constantly, but remember that this was set in a time before social networking, online groups, and all that those connections can bring. Isolation is more complete in such an era, and instead of writing a blog, a woman like Nell is forced to introspection during her time alone.

Which is why this story engaged me. Nell's dilemma is an age old one, not easily corrected, and without the connections most of us take for granted these days. As I headed toward the book's end, I suspected that Nell's solution would probably be one of acceptance. And living in the moment rather than projecting into the future. But could there be surprises ahead?

While the book was not my favorite by this author, it had the ingredients I have come to count on: delving into familiar issues, while showing the reader what the life of the characters looks like, from all the messy details of daily life to the flaws and foibles that make us able to relate to them. A little predictable, but comforting, this one earned 4 stars.
Great story as usual by Nancy Thayer!
The book was great and I had to keep reading fast to get to the end to see what happens.
I loved this book. I completely related to Nell and her single status!!
Great book! I've recently discovered Nancy Thayer. Reading her books have become my favorite pastime!
The book arrived on time and as promised.
Love reading about Nantucket and that Nancy used some of her own experiences to write about Nell. Gave it a 4 star for the ending seemed to be missing something.
Sometimes reissuing earlier writing is not a good idea. If ever a book cried out for an editor, this one did.
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