Bainbridge Island, al largo di Seattle, è sempre stato un rifugio per Emily, e ora è il posto ideale per lasciarsi alle spalle il recente divorzio e l'oceano di rimpianti che la opprime. Ospite dell'anziana zia Bee, in quella grande casa Emily scopre qualcosa che cambierà per sempre il suo destino: un vecchio diario di velluto cremisi, in cui una donna di nome Esther racconta la sua appassionante storia d'amore con Elliot. Ma chi sono Esther e Elliot? E perché quel diario di trova in casa di zia Bee? Un mistero sul quale Emily è decisa a far luce. Come se il segreto nascosto tra quelle pagine la riguardasse molto da vicino...
- ISBN: 8850237472
- Casa Editrice: TEA
- Pagine: 330
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First off, the story sounds familiar-recent divorcee goes away to recover. Having just signed divorce papers, when she arrives at her great-aunt's place, she gets two dates within about 48 hours of arriving. I don't know if someone who is still shocked by a divorce would jump into dating quite so so Leggi tutto
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SPOILERS I am 96% finished with this book (per the Kindle app) and I'm not sureif I can finish. I started skimming the review just below this and absolutely agree with the forst paragraph about jumping into dating. ALL of the characters were so superficial- I never cared for any of them. A HUGE pet p Leggi tutto
Ever since I've discovered the joys of reading self-published works by multiple talented authors on Amazon, it is extremely rare that I purchase a book for more than $7.99. Having just finished "Blackberry Winter" by Sarah Jio, I was excited to read more of her novels. At the end of "Blackberry Wint Leggi tutto
This book was okay. It was very light and easy to read. It certainly held my interest. I wanted to keep reading to find out the answer to the mystery, and I ended up finishing it in two days. It was neatly plotted, with all the loose ends tied up at the end, and the atmosphere of the island was very Leggi tutto
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The characters are flat and boring, the dialogue is mind numbing, like when you overhear a conversation in public and it's the stupidest conversation you've ever heard and you just want the people to stop. talking. It was trite, cliche, with no depth to it at all. There were little things through ou Leggi tutto
★★★½ The Violets of March is a standalone, women's fiction novel written by Sarah Jio . This novel offers three interweaving storylines: one from present day, a historical story from a 1940's diary, and one that is reference from a novel published in 1930: Years of Grace . All the storylines reflect ea Leggi tutto
3-1/2 Stars I love when a book tells a present day story intertwined with a story in the past. In this book, our main character Emily, finds a diary which she can’t stop reading. Although The Violets of March had a slow start for me, I eventually became engrossed with it. Once the characters from th Leggi tutto
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