Tender, magical and captivating – a story of family, friends, and the unlikeliest of romances from the No. 1 bestselling author, Cecelia Ahern.
What if love was right there in front of you – you just couldn't see it?
Elizabeth Egan is too busy for friends. As a reluctant mother to her sister Saoirse's young son Luke and with her own business to run, every precious moment is made to count.
But with Saoirse crashing in and out of their lives, leaving both her sister and her son reeling, Luke and Elizabeth are desperately in need of some magic.
Enter Ivan. Wild, spontaneous and always looking for adventure, in no time at all Ivan has changed Elizabeth in ways she could never have imagined. But is Ivan too good to be true? Has Elizabeth opened her heart only to risk it being broken again?...Continua
For sure, even if I'm in the mood for something simple and carefree, I deserve more than reading this.
Boring, stupid, slow, not interesting and so on...
Elizabeth is a successful young woman, living in Baile na gCroìthe, a small village in the West of Ireland. Her mother left as she was 13 and she grew up her sister Saoirse. Now Saoirse is alcoholic, hardly at home, and Elizabeth is growing up her 6 years old nephew, Luke. But sb arrives. Ivan is the invisible friend of Luke. As his colleagues, he can be seen only by whom believes and needs him. And Elizabeth can see him too, although unaware of him to be an imaginary friend (nevertheless real). A strange love story that changes everything....Continua
A nice little story, not as intriguing as A place called here or passionate as P.S. I love you. At times quite a bit over the top and leaves too many unresolved issues. Fluent writing style and very easy to go through.
it just makes me think of the British film called << opal dreams>>. Does this flick come from this book? They are all talking about an imaginary friend. what is yours? do you believe it is existing?