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10 thoughts on “Flora's Lot

  1. says:

    Not only is this novel terribly predictable it commits the worst offense it isn't terribly interesting either Fforde's style seems to be to tell rather than show so all too often the characters are flat and are not engaging Most disturbing was the conclusion of the novel by which Flora and her distant cousin are

  2. says:

    kept being distracted by the fact that the two lovers are cousins? in this day and age? no thanks

  3. says:

    it's so hard to put this book down once i'm into it i felt like i'm watching tv series which i felt like i have to continue on watching to know what happened next it gave different view each time different things interesting things happened each time and it's not boring at all the characters are all likeable e

  4. says:

    This was the first Katie Fforde book I have read I chose it as I really liked the premise behind 'Bidding for Love'A young c

  5. says:

    it was like a challenge to myself to finish it didn't like main character especially resented allusions to Pride and Prejudice it was like being reminded how bad Fforde's writing is compared to Austen

  6. says:

    A brilliant witty and fun read Fforde is a writer I keep going back to Thoroughly enjoyed this book

  7. says:

    When I want some light reading I like to read Katie Fforde's books This ione is a good story Flora Stanza inheri

  8. says:

    Ok so after a grueling semester of young adult literature I was pretty much done with angsty teen novels So I went back to my comfort zone in chick lit I picked the first pink book with the urban go getter girl on the cover It was this one It had the added benefit of being a British novel and I happen to love B

  9. says:

    I always love reading anything by FfordeI am trying to catch up on all the books that I haven't read from her and Flora's Lot was the exceptionI love Flora she is very stubborn and selfish and is a girl you could be genuinely surprised about I also love her cat Imelda and it has also made me think of getting one myself I am not much of a fan

  10. says:

    a light easy read A young womenFlora surprisingly inherits 51% of an antiue auction houseShe packs up her pregant cat and decides to head to the country to learn about the buisness The remainder of the assests are owned by a distant cousinCharles who is far from welcoming when Flora arrives in townHe is also terribly stuff

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SUMMARY Ù E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Katie Fforde

O stay in their abandoned holiday cottage miles from anything remotely like what Flora considers civilization Soon though Flora is fighting off dinner invitations from the devastatingly handsome Henry and hiding her eco friendly lodger William Could it be that country life isn't so dull after a. I always love reading anything by FfordeI am trying to catch up on all the books that I haven t read from her and Flora s Lot was the exceptionI love Flora she is very stubborn and selfish and is a girl you could be genuinely surprised about I also love her cat Imelda and it has also made me think of getting one myself I am not much of a fan of the Antiues Roadshow and this book explores that life It s one of the reasons why I love Fforde s book she researches the jobs and gets a taster of it herself to give a better understanding portrayal in her writing Really loved this book

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Flora's Lot

When Flora Stanza's uncle dies unexpectedly leaving her a 51 percent share in the family antiues business it gives her the perfect chance to leave her glamorous but less than happy London life for the uieter life of the country Unfortunately her cousin Charles and his fiancée Annabelle don't s. Not only is this novel terribly predictable it commits the worst offense it isn t terribly interesting either Fforde s style seems to be to tell rather than show so all too often the characters are flat and are not engaging Most disturbing was the conclusion of the novel by which Flora and her distant cousin are coupled Distant or not they are still related and the phrase There were advantages to keeping it in the family should never ever be applied to sex and marriage

SUMMARY Ù E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Katie Fforde

Eem pleased to find Flora and her very pregnant cat on their doorstep Flora knows almost nothing about antiues but with her London apartment rented out her cat about to burst with kittens and a mysterious man warning her about Annabelle Flora has little choice but to accept her cousin's offer t. This was the first Katie Fforde book I have read I chose it as I really liked the premise behind Bidding for Love A young city slicker woman Flora inherits a 51% share of an ailing country antiues business from an uncle She arrives in the town pregnant cat in tow to find her distant cousin Charles and his awful fiance Annabelle are none too pleased to see herThere are a few problems with this book that stopped me from really liking it SPOILER ALERTThe whole INCEST THEME Yep that s what I said You see half way through the book after doing nothing but argue and fight with Charles she decides she has actually fallen in love with him yuk and then of course they end up in bed together Urgh I m sorry I don t care how distant a cousin he is the whole being related thing is frankly wrong I spent most of the book desperately hoping that there would be a plot twist revealing one of them was adopted But alas no such luckThe central character was a little annoying She spends most of the time trying to convince people she isn t a pretty blonde bimbo and then acts like a pretty blonde bimbo who does little than drink wine and take baths which got monotonous and argue with her stuffy cousin I wondered if there was really any personality beind herThe writing seemed a tad sloppy By that I mean characters were too superficial relationships weren t developed enough and the book seemed rushed We learn almost nothing about the characters pasts or personalities However that said the writer s style is easy to read and it is a bit of escapist chick lit

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