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Gardens Of Delight The Gardens Of Delight Brochure Promises The Opportunity To Visit Some Of The Most Beautiful And Enchanting Gardens In The Lake Como Area Of Italy For Lucy, The Chance To Go To Italy Offers Than Just Gardens Lake Como Is Where Her Father Lives And The Last Time She Saw Him Was When She Was Just A Teenager Recently Married Helen And Her Wealthy Husband Have Just Moved Into The Old Rectory With Her Husband Spending So Much Time Away From Home, Helen Throws Herself Into Caring For The Garden That Was The Pride And Joy Of Its Previous Owner But Helen Needs Help, And Friends, And So Decides To Take The Plunge And Join The Local Garden Club Conrad Isn T The Least Bit Interested In Gardening Widowed For Five Years, His Life Revolves Around Work And Humoring Mac, His Curmudgeonly Elderly Uncle Who Lives With Him, And Who Has Expressed A Desire To Go On The Gardens Of Delight Tour But Only If Conrad Will Accompany Him Reluctantly, Conrad Agrees Anything For A Peaceful Life, He Concedes But A Peaceful Life Is The Last Thing Any Of Them Are In For About The Author Erica James Is The Author Of Act Of Faith , Airs And Graces , Gardens Of Delight , And Time For A Change.

10 thoughts on “Gardens Of Delight

  1. says:

    3 and a half stars, really A little too drawn out at some stages to my liking.

  2. says:

    A lovely read during these troubled times

  3. says:

    The first few days I wasn t able to read as much as I wanted, because of my exams I had reached page 80 at the end But yesterday I finally found the time read and once I was plunged into the story I could not stop Gardens of Delight is as hauntingly beautiful as Summer at the lake which is the first Erica James book that I ve read and made me buy , this being the third Even though it didn t turn up entirely as I had hoped, I still loved it The story takes you into the lives of Co The first few days I wasn t able to read as much as I wanted, because of my exams I had reached page 80 at the end But yesterday I finally found the time read and once I was plunged into the story I could not stop Gardens of Delight is as hauntingly beautiful as Summer at the lake which is the first Erica James book that I ve read and made me buy , this being the third Even though it didn t turn up entirely as I had hoped, I still loved it The story takes you into the lives of Conrad, Mac, Lucy, Orlando, Helen and Savanah and many other, but smaller characters Each character has its typical quirks and habtits even though not every character is as loveable as the other some are downright annoying they still keep you hooked on the book The different plotlines are beautifully interwoven and make you yearn for the next chapter I would defintely recomand it to everyone who either likes Erica James writing style or loves those happy dappy beautiful romans with a strong background and its very own unique character

  4. says:

    Very British but very delightful as the reader meets three unlikely couples, a nephew and his stroke afflicted uncle, Orlando and Lucy who have lived together for nine years strictly as friends, and Helen, third wife of an obnoxious wealthy businessman, Hunter When Hunter s spoiled daughter, Savannah, shows in in Swanmere and begins to stir the pot of trouble out of sheer boredom, all three couples are brought in contact Only half the group cares about gardens, but all sign on for a Gardens of Very British but very delightful as the reader meets three unlikely couples, a nephew and his stroke afflicted uncle, Orlando and Lucy who have lived together for nine years strictly as friends, and Helen, third wife of an obnoxious wealthy businessman, Hunter When Hunter s spoiled daughter, Savannah, shows in in Swanmere and begins to stir the pot of trouble out of sheer boredom, all three couples are brought in contact Only half the group cares about gardens, but all sign on for a Gardens of Delight tour to Lake Como in Italy, one I wouldn t mind taking myself There, each must come to terms with secrets in their lives Lucy meets her estranged father Helen learns she cannot endure the marriage she made to care for her elderly grandmother, and nephew and uncle reveal some startling truths about themselves The ending is perhaps not quite what we want for everyone concerned, but fans of the late Maeve Binchy would surely enjoy this author

  5. says:

    I didn t have any high exceptions for this book and the cover is fairly dull but like most chick lit, I ended up loving it Lots of characters with tangled storylines, I really liked how the author didn t take the easy way out in the end with one of the love stories I was expecting predictable and was pleasantly surprised when it wasn t Also had me laughing one minute and sobbing the next I will look out forbooks by Erica James.

  6. says:

    I enjoyed this story, it was pure escapism for me I liked the eclectic mix of characters and the friendships they formed As it is spring here and everything is starting to grow, it was timely to read about gardens I think I would like to go on a trip like this to tour beautiful gardens in a beautiful area of the world Some all of the romantic relationships depicted were sappy, or unrealistic, or just lame but that could just be me as this is not my usual genre.

  7. says:

    One of, if not the first Erica James book I read and have been a fan ever since Thoroughly enjoyed it Light, refreshing, escapism, characters so real I only wish she could write faster as I cannot get enough of these books.

  8. says:

    AudioI bypassed this audiobook many times because the synopsis didn t grab me Well.I loved this story So engaging and smooth with a few unexpected twists The reader of the audio version was excellent and I couldn t have read it better.

  9. says:

    I love the way Erica James writes and bring things very much to life could not put this book down.Also I like her because she comes from near where I live in Cheshire.

  10. says:

    Not a chick lit reader Same predictable plot detectable by page 35 which is when I stopped reading

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