No Place Like You

No Place Like You She Went From Having Everything To Having Nothing Except What She Really Needed Heiress Lily Schofield Never Had To Think About Money, Until Suddenly She No Longer Has Any Left Destitute By Her Father S Shady Dealings, Lily Has Only One Place To Go Mirabook, Her Mother S Country Estate And The Place She Spent Every Childhood Summer Running Wild With The Station Manager S Son, Josh Until That Last Time, Ten Years Ago, When Everything Went Horribly Wrong.Strong, Reliable And Definitely Country, Josh Farrell May Have Worshipped And Adored His Summer Friend, But That Was Before He Found Out What She And Her Family Were Really Like Mirabook Has Stood Empty For A Decade, And Josh Has Been Waiting A Long Time For The Chance To Turn The Tables And Make Mirabook His Own But Now Lily Is Back In Town, Looking To Make The Move Permanent, And All Josh Can See Is The Truckload Of Unfinished Business She Brought With Her I really enjoyed this story of Lily and Josh It s a rural romance, but it s a country set story with a difference No red dust, sheep or cattle, Lily who returns to her mother s estate Mirabook and is down on her luck works in the local cafe and Josh is a rural advisor, but the action doesn t spend a lot of time mustering stock or moving stock, and the property involved is down on its luck too, a bit like the heroine, and in need of restoration and a second chance.I thought the author wrote the characters beautifully, and I was completely engaged through the book I really loved Lily any surprise that I wouldn t like a Lily What I enjoyed most was that Lily wasn t a fly off the handle, angsty heroine She genuinely expected the best from people and the scene where she blows out candles and does a few self affirmations, I think this was my favourite scene in the book Generally, Lily tried to talk out her problems passions with Josh who was much harder headed I l
No Place Like You was a sweet but sizzling rural romance I was quick to fall into this book and quick to fall in love with the two main characters.They felt so real and leapt off the page Their back and forth relationship was tantalizing and kept me reading eagerly without wanting to put it down.Lily and Josh were best friends, until a horrible incident tore them apart ten years ago Josh s father was also caught in the crossfire and his life was ruined Josh is seeking revenge on the family who broke his dad, and he is determined to own Mirabook, the house he spent his summers in until that fateful day.Lily has lost everything, including both of her parents, and thanks to her father, she has also lost all her money She has nothing left but Mirabook, the old country house her mother owned, and her car She returns to the town she spent her childhood summers in, needing to start over.When she and Josh are reunited, there is a lot of buried feelings that start to resurface Lily has never forgotten Josh and feels an undeniable attraction to him Josh feels that attraction too, but he can t let go of his hate for her
Loved the energy between Josh and Lily as it built and developed Also a great sense of commnuity and place crated by Marnie with quirky characters and funny mishaps Looking forward to the next story In addition to being a good read with excellent writing, this book offers the reader the opportunity to consider the role that empathy, an open mind and self interest play in understanding human frailty and reconciliation Figgy Writing style was good Story line executed well, but as for the countless sorrys, it took away from the story As a reader I want to look up to a heroine, be in her shoes I doubt anyone would like to be in Lily s shoes The ending was vaulte
Really Great Story is full of twists and turns with some great characters It really looked as HappyEverAfter was not going to happen, but as all good thing dois WAS Happy ever after Thoroughly recommed this book. My second romance novel This one light years better than the first Character development was great I think I have met some of your characters Excellent writing style Josh s solution was very creative I liked it I really enjoyed this plus it s always nice to read an Australian story.