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    Thanks to NetGalley Harper Collins UK and Adrienne Chinn for my copy of The English WifeEngland 1946 Ellie Parsons is nervous she’s leaving England with her baby son Emmett to finally live with her husband Thomas

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    The story is set in England WWII Newfoundland 2001 2011Ellie and Dottie were sisters and the story revolves around them their husbands and their children Dottie didn't like when Ellie met Thomas She tries to control her an

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    The English Wife written by a new author to this reader is a lovely historical romance The story transitioned a bit slow for me in th

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    What sounds from the book description like a dual timeline story is actually a triple if not uadruple timeline story although most of the first part of the book takes place either in WW2 Norwich or in Newfoundland in 2001  Some concentration is needed to keep track of the different storylines as the chapters switch freuently back and forth in time However it’s well worth the effort as you’re soon drawn into what is an incr

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    War bride Ellie finds herself moving clear across the Atlantic to Newfoundland to be with her husband and young son She has left her father and

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    During World War II 18 year old Ellie is living with her family in England She has been comfortably dating George for years and they are planni

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    Ellie is swept off her feet by Thomas a soldier from the Newfoundland regiment during World War II in Norwich England  Thomas turns Ellie's life upside down with a whirlwind romance and uick elopement before he is sent off to war  Ellie doesn't receive another letter from Thomas until she learns that he has been injured and is now back home in Newfoundland recovering  Ellie packs up to leave the only home she has eve

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    The English Wife by Adrienne Chinn is a historical romance that is told from multiple points of view I enjoyed the authors descriptions of Newfoundland and the remote town of Tippy’s Tickle The country sounded ru

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    35 stars This book alternates between basically two timelines the first during World War II and the second in the aftermat

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    This book is told in multiple timelines Sometimes it works and sometimes it does not This is a mixed bag of WWII England 911 and 10 years after 911 in Tippy's Tickle Newfoundland I liked this story of Sophie Ellie Sam Becca

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The English Wife

Two women a world apartA secret waiting to be discovered‘An emotive and engaging read’ Rosanna Ley‘Rich evocative and utterly immersive this beautifully written book swept me away’ Jenny Ashcroft‘Evocative sensual and authentic’ Jane JohnsonVE Day 1945 As victory bells ring out across the country war bride Ellie Burgess’ happiness is overshadowed by grief Her charismatic Newfoundlander husband Thomas is still missing in action Until a letter arrives explaining Thomas is back at home on the other side of the Atlantic recovering from his injuriesTravelling to a distant country to live with a man she barely knows is the bravest thing Ellie has ever had to do But noth The English Wife written by a new author to this reader is a lovely historical romance The story transitioned a bit slow for me in the beginning but gradually picked up pace and my attention The only drawback that irritated me a bit was the prgression of the story toggling back and forth through time periods which had me confused at times The scenic locations of this story is during WWII and the Year 2001 where if you are the reader you are getting a view of both eras in history that as I ve mentioned can be sometimes confusingI thought the characters were interesting and the different settings were depicted well as some historicals do if the are well written in the book This story did not excite me as much as I thought it would however is was just average to this readerThank you Netgalley and Harper Collins for this ARC in exchange for my fair and honest review Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own3 Stars The Non-Designer's Design Book (4th Edition) read’ Rosanna Ley‘Rich evocative and utterly immersive this beautifully written book swept me away’ Jenny Ashcroft‘Evocative sensual and authentic’ Jane JohnsonVE Day 1945 As victory bells Homewrecker ring out across the country war bride Ellie Burgess’ happiness is overshadowed by grief Her charismatic Newfoundlander husband Thomas is still missing in action Until a letter arrives explaining Thomas is back at home on the other side of the Atlantic Make your own model forts & castles recovering from his injuriesTravelling to a distant country to live with a man she barely knows is the bravest thing Ellie has ever had to do But noth The English Wife written by a new author to this Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury reader is a lovely historical How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim romance The story transitioned a bit slow for me in the beginning but gradually picked up pace and my attention The only drawback that irritated me a bit was the prgression of the story toggling back and forth through time periods which had me confused at times The scenic locations of this story is during WWII and the Year 2001 where if you are the The Mage (Foxcraft, Book 3) reader you are getting a view of both eras in history that as I ve mentioned can be sometimes confusingI thought the characters were interesting and the different settings were depicted well as some historicals do if the are well written in the book This story did not excite me as much as I thought it would however is was just average to this Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic readerThank you Netgalley and Harper Collins for this ARC in exchange for my fair and honest Earthfall (Homecoming, review Opinions and thoughts expressed in this A Daddy for Christmas review are completely my own3 Stars

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E and utterly immersive this beautifully written book swept me away’ Jenny Ashcroft“An epic tale of family tragedy love I highly recommend this book” Books Wine Cats 5“The sense of suspense makes this story a page turner Highly recommend this book especially if you’re looking for a WWII era book without all of the historical stuff” To Read is to Breathe 5“I couldn’t put it down It was not your typical historical novel I think that’s what I loved about it Great book” Dabbookclub 4“A book that drew me in from the first pages The characters come alive they’re so well written Fans of historic fiction will love this story An author to follow” Consumer review Ellie is swept off her feet by Thomas a soldier from the Newfoundland regiment during World War II in Norwich England Thomas turns Ellie s life upside down with a whirlwind romance and uick elopement before he is sent off to war Ellie doesn t receive another letter from Thomas until she learns that he has been injured and is now back home in Newfoundland recovering Ellie packs up to leave the only home she has ever known with her newborn son Emmett to forge a life in a new land with a man she barely knows September 11 2001 Sophie Parry leaves London for New York She is interviewing for her big break at an architecture firm Unexpectedly her plane is routed to the nearest airport in Newfoundland Stuck in a small town and unable to reach her interview Sophie seeks out her mother s sister that her family has long been estranged from Sophie s Aunt Ellie welcomes her with open arms and introduces her to a family she never knew The English Wife is a multi faceted historical fiction drama with dual timelines intrigue secrets and lies I love a good dual timeline and this one delivered I loved that both Ellie and Sophie were tough determined and willing to go against the grain The writing was able to weave together Ellie s story in the 1940 s along with her sister Dottie her former fiance George and Thomas along with Ellie and Sophie in 2001 and 2011 in a way that I could easily follow It was very interesting to see Ellie in the light of the 1940 s and the 2000 s she was still very much herself but different in many ways Sophie was a surprising character from the very beginning I knew that she had a difficult decision to make between sealing her career and destroying the family and town that she has just found This created tension right from the beginning that carried throughout the story As things progressed secrets came out that changed my perspective as well as the characters I really wish people would have stopped messing with Ellie s life however she seemed to come out ok in the end In addition I enjoyed Sam and Becca s characters as well as the town of Tippy s Tickle I could imagine the houses the seascapes and the songs of the whales singing This book was received for free in return for an honest review

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Ing can prepare her for the harsh realities of her new homeSeptember 11th 2001 Sophie Parry is on a plane to New York on the most tragic day in the city’s history While the world watches the news in horror Sophie’s flight is rerouted to a tiny town in Newfoundland and she is forced to seek refuge with her estranged aunt Ellie Determined to discover what it was that forced her family apart all those years ago newfound secrets may change her life forever This is a timeless story of love sacrifice and resilience perfect for fans of Lucinda Riley Lorna Cook and Gill PaulWhat readers are saying about The English Wife‘An emotive and engaging read’ Rosanna Ley‘Rich evocativ War bride Ellie finds herself moving clear across the Atlantic to Newfoundland to be with her husband and young son She has left her father and sister behind and tried to make life a good one for her children despite a harsh mother in law Once her husband tragically drowns life really becomes a struggle and she makes a deal with someone from her pastArchitect Sophie is on her way to NYC in September of 2001 to interview with a prestigious firm The events of 911 divert her to Newfoundland where she looks up the aunt she s never met Ellie Time spent with Ellie unveils secrets and hidden talent that Sophie wasn t aware of Her time in Tippys Tickle changes her and sets her out on a path of self discovery and a truth once buried deep in the oceanThis story is so sensual and so touching Alternating between WWII era and 911 era and beyond you spend much of the book wondering why these two vastly different but strong and determined women had never met before Ellie s sister Dottie plays a big part of the storybut it is very easy not to like her until you realize that she has her own issues that she s dealing with that make her the way she is and plays a part in why Ellie and Sophie are meeting so many years laterThe sense of suspense makes this story a page turner The characters are all easily relatable I smiled because there are dachshunds in this book and I m a dachshund mom so I had a slight personal connection there Another thing I loved about this book is the subtle use of whales to describe emotion They spend their lives swimming along on a path that seems predestined but when they leap out of the the water they become free and life can take on a new direction when they hit the waterHighly recommend this book especially if you re looking for a WWII era book without all of the historical stuff Thank you to NetGalley and Adrienne Chinn for a chance to read this before it s publication date It was wonderful

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  • The English Wife
  • Adrienne Chinn
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  • 08 August 2017
  • 9780008412401