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A Year Like No Other [Reading] ➶ A Year Like No Other ➬ Pauline Lawless – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Four women arrive in Paris to spend a year there Each has different expectations, fears and dreams of what this year will bringAshling is thrilled when her banker husband is asked to relocate to Paris Four women arrive in Like No ePUB ¹ Paris to spend a year there Each has different expectations, fears and dreams of what this year will bringAshling is thrilled when her banker husband is asked to relocate to Paris to work on a financial project which is all very hush hush A Year eBook ï She has always loved France and feels she will be living a dream come trueNew Yorker Taylor has no choice but to join her husband when he too is posted there A spoilt, prescription drug addict, the only thing that makes the move bearable for her is all Year Like No Epub ß that designer shopping on Rue St HonoreFelicity is devastated at the thought of leaving London when her husband is chosen to work on the project Nervous and uptight, how can she face a whole new world Jazz is a beauty She is also clever and ambitious but her biological clock is ticking loudly Then in Paris she meets the man she once loved and lost He s married but surely this is her last chance of happinessYet Paris manages to surprise them all.


10 thoughts on “A Year Like No Other

  1. Karen Gunning Karen Gunning says:

    I have read some other reviews it seems I m in the vast minority but I really didn t enjoy this book at all To me, it felt obvious that the author was Irish as most other characters of different nationalities were awful clich s Aisling was the only likeable character Some darker topics are touched on in the book but they are dealt with in such a blas manner They lend no depth to the story it really grated on me Also, the repetition in the writing I don t know how it wasn t caught in e I have read some other reviews it seems I m in the vast minority but I really didn t enjoy this book at all To me, it felt obvious that the author was Irish as most other characters of different nationalities were awful clich s Aisling was the only likeable character Some darker topics are touched on in the book but they are dealt with in such a blas manner They lend no depth to the story it really grated on me Also, the repetition in the writing I don t know how it wasn t caught in editing.Now that I ve got all that out, I read another review that summed it up pretty succinctly ugh


  2. Ange H Ange H says:

    I don t have too much to say about this one It was silly, soapy and funthe Real Housewives of Every Major International City Spend a Year in Paris.I probably won t remember a thing about it in a week checking a back a few weeks later I was right but it was an enjoyable, escapist read and a sort of love letter to Paris.


  3. Megan Megan says:

    This was an easy read, one I picked up for my fluff read and that s what it was, fluff The characters, being from different countries, were all stereotypically represented except for the Irish family I can assure you not all Americans are so boorish, rude and out for rich men to take care of them If you want to read for fluff, this is an ok read If you want substance, I d pass.


  4. Judy Judy says:

    This was a fun and quick read in a lovely setting Who wouldn t want a year in Paris while your husband is working on a special project for the banking world There were a variety of different nationalities and personality types, most of whom were appealing in their own way give or take the woman who was an alcoholic pill popper who then found cocaine I wasn t crazy about the open marriage story surely not all French people think affairs are no big deal , but that resolved eventually And This was a fun and quick read in a lovely setting Who wouldn t want a year in Paris while your husband is working on a special project for the banking world There were a variety of different nationalities and personality types, most of whom were appealing in their own way give or take the woman who was an alcoholic pill popper who then found cocaine I wasn t crazy about the open marriage story surely not all French people think affairs are no big deal , but that resolved eventually And I loved the idea of taking cooking classes, writing novels in the cafe that Hemingway and friends frequented, and putting your kids in a French Montessori school And of course, it had a nice happy ending


  5. Nancy Wilkinson Nancy Wilkinson says:

    A fun year of unexpected growth and change for actually not just four women but for their husbands partners as well A bit confusing at the start trying to keep track of who s who, but after getting past that the story rolls right along And The book also actually ends That s unusual today with all the sequels and series This book acted like a real book should and tied up all the loose ends and then finished How novel Sorry Couldn t resist The women are full bodied characters and A fun year of unexpected growth and change for actually not just four women but for their husbands partners as well A bit confusing at the start trying to keep track of who s who, but after getting past that the story rolls right along And The book also actually ends That s unusual today with all the sequels and series This book acted like a real book should and tied up all the loose ends and then finished How novel Sorry Couldn t resist The women are full bodied characters and the men just slightly less so, as they are not the main focus, but full enough to see the evolution of their characters as well A nice read set in a great venue Who wouldn t want this incredible experience


  6. Hanna Hanna says:

    A moralizing taleI found the writing mediocre and the story a cautionary tale about the problems of making wrong moral choices But what the author considers moral is nowhere near traditional and still questionable to many readers A disappointment..


  7. Donna Donna says:

    Excellent Thoroughly enjoyed the setting in Paris Having couples from various countries put me in their life as well Great fun read.


  8. Diane Diane says:

    Uggh


  9. Donna Donna says:

    Now I want to learn French and visit Paris, with or without my husband wink, wink. I really enjoyed how Miss Lawless detailed each character within the storyline I felt like I was right there among them in Paris I hope she continues with them returning for a reunion to find out how each and every one of them continued with their success back in their own countries I m keeping my fingers crossed.


  10. Sabrina Sellers Sabrina Sellers says:

    Wish I had unlimited money and a rich husband so I could spend a year in Paris blowing money, eating pastries, and dining at expensive restaurants Alas, these people and I come from VASTLY different worlds That being said, this was a nice fluff read that entertained me in their fantasy world I had a hard time getting invested in any of these characters, even the alcoholic, drug addicted American who was rapidly headed for an overdose interesting that she was the only American woman in the Wish I had unlimited money and a rich husband so I could spend a year in Paris blowing money, eating pastries, and dining at expensive restaurants Alas, these people and I come from VASTLY different worlds That being said, this was a nice fluff read that entertained me in their fantasy world I had a hard time getting invested in any of these characters, even the alcoholic, drug addicted American who was rapidly headed for an overdose interesting that she was the only American woman in the bunch and a real bitch, I guess all us Americans are self entitled drug addicts who are rude and boorish But I guess that s what fluff is It was not a bad book, nice easy little read and I m a sucker for a happy ending so there you go It was worth an afternoon and I will even check out some of the author s other books


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