Only You A British Romance Jane Hollinger is divorced and the wrong side of thirty as she puts it Her friends are pressuring her to dive back into London s dating pool but she s content with her quiet life teaching family his

  • Title: Only You: A British Romance
  • Author: Lorna Peel
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 221
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Jane Hollinger is divorced, and the wrong side of thirty as she puts it Her friends are pressuring her to dive back into London s dating pool, but she s content with her quiet life teaching family history evening classes.Robert Armstrong is every woman s fantasy handsome, charming, rich and famous When he asks her to meet him, she convinces herself it s because he neeJane Hollinger is divorced, and the wrong side of thirty as she puts it Her friends are pressuring her to dive back into London s dating pool, but she s content with her quiet life teaching family history evening classes.Robert Armstrong is every woman s fantasy handsome, charming, rich and famous When he asks her to meet him, she convinces herself it s because he needs her help with a mystery in his family tree Soon she realises he s interested in than her genealogical expertise Now the paparazzi want a piece of Jane too.Can Jane handle living and loving in the spotlight

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    1. I enjoyed Lorna Peel's romantic take on a completely normal woman and the actor she ultimately falls in love with. This was a fast and easy read with very well developed characters. I was invested in the relationship between Jane Hollinger and Robert Armstrong within minutes of beginning the read.These two main characters had their work cut out for them. Robert sought honesty and a normal relationship in his life. Jane sought life out of the public eye, and had had her trust abused by her first [...]

    2. Enjoyed this very much! Lorna Peel has a unique voice with the kind of humor I enjoy -- sarcasm! I also enjoyed the English colloquiums. Lots of fun.

    3. I lived the trending use of a genealogy class. There are so many reasons to trace your family, many discussed here too. The live story was the overall draw, but the sub plot was better

    4. Only You is a chick-lit book that is an entertaining read with characters that slowly drew me in and piqued my interest to the point where I ended up caring about them. First Line of Only You: “Thirty-one, and reflected in the bathroom mirro, in the late evening twilight, didn’t she know it.” My Recap of Only You:Jane while teaching at her Genealogy night class meets with a famous, upcoming British actor. Together they have an instant spark but Jane is uncomfortable with all the attention [...]

    5. How much I enjoyed the book: 7/10How good the book was: 6/10Only You is a quick read, easily something you could finish in a matter of hours. The plot is light and overall the story is definitely something I’d class as chick lit.The characters, including protagonist Jane and her love interest Robert are both lovely. Both characters act as adults and I thoroughly enjoyed reading an adult relationship that involved little mind games.However, none of my appreciation for the book can overlook the [...]

    6. Review first posted on my blog: spoonfulofhappyendingsspoThirty-something Jane Hollinger is trying to pick up her life after her divorce. Her ex-husband has left her with some trust issues after he cheated on her, and a mortgage to pay. Jane tries to focus on making ends meet thanks to her job as a teacher at the local adult education centre. Her sister Mags and best friend Carol believe it's time for Jane to move on and find something new, so they get her to join a dating website. However, it i [...]

    7. "Happy Birthday. Must meet for a drink and a chinwag sometime. Best wishes, Tom" The book was written by an English author and I find the difference between our languages and "buzz words" fascinating, but at times, the difference makes the dialogue a little difficult to understand. In this story, you have the protagonist, Jane Holliger, who having been through a marriage break up due to her husband's inability to stay faithful, trying to learn to trust in love again. In pops a dashing movie star [...]

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