- Taschenbuch: 318 Seiten
- Verlag: Accent Press (5. Juli 2013)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1908006234
- ISBN-13: 978-1908006233
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 12,7 x 2 x 20,3 cm
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One Glass is Never Enough (Jane Wenham-Jones) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 5. Juli 2013
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"Funny, Realistic and full of insight. I couldn't put it down." Katie Fforde" -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.
This work is delightfully sparkling, like champagne, with the deep undertones of a fine claret. There is widespread media campaign including national newspapers reviews and numerous BBC Radio interviews. Jane will be appearing at The Guildford Book Festival in October. Book launch and signing tour is in place. This work talks about three women, one bar and three different reasons for buying it. Single mother Sarah needs a home for her children; Claire's an ambitious business woman. For wealthy Gaynor, Greens Wine Bar is just one more amusement. Or is it? On the surface, Gaynor has it all - money, looks, a beautiful home in the picturesque seaside town of Broadstairs, and Victor - her generous, successful husband. But while Sarah longs for love and Claire is making money, Gaynor wants answers. Why is Victor behaving strangely and who does he see on his frequent trips away? What's behind the threatening phone-calls? As the bar takes off, Gaynor's life starts to fall apart. Into her turmoil comes Sam - strong and silent with a hidden past.Theirs is an unlikely friendship but then nobody is quite what they seem in this tale of love, loss and betrayal set against the middle-class dream of owning a wine bar. As Gaynor's confusion grows, events unfold that will change all of their lives forever... -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels. Alle Produktbeschreibungen
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Maybe I needed a few drinks before reading this and I would have liked it more.
I honestly have to say that this book was seriously one of the worst books I have read in a very long time. I do not know where to start. First, the paragraphs had me so confused because one moment it would be talking about one character and the next here we were in conversation with two different characters.
This book is about three women who are very different and hardly know each other, but decide to open a wine bar together.
There is everything from a husband who likes to dress as a woman, a psychotic brother, a depressed man, a single mom with three bad kids, a woman who only cries for her dogs, a pill-popper, and a crazy ex-girlfriend. This book was way to left field for me. Now, the only reason I did give the book one star (besides the fact that I have to give it something) is Sam. I adored him but for real, he needed to grow up and be a man and say No! He needs to run very fast because who wants an egotistical winch like that. This book is in serious need of an editor because I do not know how it was published.
Three women with different backgrounds go in together to purchase a wine bar/restaurant on the eastern coast of England. I could FEEL being in that place!
There were several twists and turns, one of which I figured out very shortly into the novel, and others that were a surprise.
Lovely, lovely book. I was so smitten with the characters - Sarah was a delight and reminded me very much of my own life.
Having quite a bit of experience in the restaurant world, I really enjoyed the authenticity of the scenes and the anxieties, challenges and the rewards experienced by the three women owners.
The three women who owned the wine bar come across as real people, you hope that they are going to make a success of their wine bar. Gaynor the main character is believable but at times I wished I could give her a bit of a shove and say get on with it girl.
An enjoyable read - makes you wish the book carried on longer as you didn't want to say goodbye to the girls.