by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Chick Lit, Women Fiction
starting to realise that ageisjust a number,
but Tabitha pointed out I’m only saying that because I’m twenty-five, engaged,
and have my life together. (Touch wood things stay that way.)"
Book Junkie Reads . . . Review of Lost (Arielle Lockley series, #2) . . .
did not go into reading this book like it was a book two of a series that I
have not officially started until I got to book two, but anyway. I had some
laughs, tears, jeers, and even a few moments when I wanted to slap a person.
There are some that I like, some that I am not sure about, some that I can do
with out and then there are the ones that I want to smack.
seems to have her hands full and then some. She was a young woman on the move
with lots to do and limited to get things all done. So of course there was that
one person that had to stand in the way and make things more difficult than
they needed to be. I found that Arielle was smart, strong, independent, and a
real person. And you know with being a real person life hands you a lot of obstacles.
I believe that Arielle found a real
friend in Felicity.
got me a true women’s fiction read. There are things that bring life to you on
a level that you may not want to see or accept. I can see some growth in
Arielle from the beginning of the book to the end. Where of course I was left
hanging. I wanted to have some answers. I guess that means move on to book
three, but first I want to see where it all began for Arielle. Back to book one.
**This eBook was provided by CLP
Book Tours the author in exchange for an honest review.**
Arielle is back! OK, she’s not on her way to becoming the next Coco Chanel, her
childhood dream, but she is one way step closer to running her very own shop
with her business partner, Felicity.
She’s also planning her perfect romantic wedding to fiancé, Piers, and Arielle
is starting to believe that she’s finally found her place in the world... Of course
life is neverthat straightforward.
With a new-found foe interfering with her shop decisions, not to mention
haughty wedding planners and loved ones facing personal struggles, will Arielle
figure out what's important before all is lost?
Elle Field writes
new adult romantic comedies, and is the author of the Arielle Lockley series
and Geli Voyante's Hot or Not. She grew up in Yorkshire, then moved to Scotland
to study International Relations and Social Anthropology at the University of
Elle now lives in London with her boyfriend and
their cat. She's a massive fan of sunshine, giraffes, The Killers, Audrey
Hepburn movies, playing Scrabble, musicals and tea. Oh, and reading, of course!