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The Secret Life of Evie Hamilton

SUMMARY The Secret Life of Evie Hamilton

Erything in her carefully arranged universe Is Evie strong enough to fight for what she loves What will be left and what will change forever And can her world really be as fragile as her best chin. brilliant I loved it so funny in places will definitely seek out of her books I really could identify with Evie her thoughts and actions are so what I'd do The Longevity Diet: Discover the New Science Behind Stem Cell Activation and Regeneration to Slow Aging, Fight Disease, and Optimize Weight definitely seek out of her books I really could identify with Evie her thoughts and actions are so what I'd The Best Nest do

CHARACTERS ✓ SIGMAENCLOSURES.CO.UK ✓ Catherine Alliott

Evie Hamilton has a secret One she doesn’t even know about Yet She's blissfully unaware that her charmed and happy life is about to be turned upside down And it all begins one sunny Oxford morni. A bit treacly; you know emotionally manipulative planned tear jerker overly sweet overly long Too many descriptions of everything; people relationships décor The premise is that a happily married couple find out that the husband has a daughter from a one night stand with a student while engaged to his wife Oops The daughter who is 17 writes to her father and asks to meet him The wife Evie is angry and heartbroken and wants nothing to do with girl or her mother But eventually she comes around This is a book about growing up although Evie is in her mid 40's by the time she embarks on the processThe only parts of the book that I truly enjoyed were the scenes with Ludo I was sick of Ant; the nice decent honest husband who went out and had sex with a student while engaged and then walked away from her and went back to his engagement and got married never telling I was like what is so honest and decent about that As I said treacly sht Evie has a personality which when she isn't repressing it in order to seem educated and upper class is suprisingly enjoyable The scenes that included Ludo were very funny and sparky reading But the rest of it; you had all the reuisite characters including her gay friend Malcolm the reuisite situations including a person who is conveniently dying the reuisite blather of emotions and revelations 519 pages of itFunny stuff Ludo and Evie Camilla and Heccy and pig Leonard at the wedding Although be prepared much of the humor is base vulgar tasteless For someone who likes chick lit it brings out the sarcastic in me this is probably a good bookIf it hadn't been for Ludo I would have given this book a lower ratingBack to this review the next day I like this book less with a day of thinking about it I'm giving it the lower rating I had been contemplating earlier The Hired Man doesn’t even know about Yet She's blissfully unaware that her charmed and happy life is about to be turned upside Death of a Ghost down And it all begins one sunny Oxford morni. A bit treacly; you know emotionally manipulative planned tear jerker overly sweet overly long Too many The Monk of Mokha descriptions of everything; people relationships Gods and Generals (The Civil War Trilogy, décor The premise is that a happily married couple find out that the husband has a Perfect Ponies 3 in 1 daughter from a one night stand with a student while engaged to his wife Oops The The Pillars of the Earth (Kingsbridge, daughter who is 17 writes to her father and asks to meet him The wife Evie is angry and heartbroken and wants nothing to Sigil (Irdesi Empire do with girl or her mother But eventually she comes around This is a book about growing up although Evie is in her mid 40's by the time she embarks on the processThe only parts of the book that I truly enjoyed were the scenes with Ludo I was sick of Ant; the nice Death of a Ghost (Albert Campion Mystery, decent honest husband who went out and had sex with a student while engaged and then walked away from her and went back to his engagement and got married never telling I was like what is so honest and Why Arent They Shouting? decent about that As I said treacly sht Evie has a personality which when she isn't repressing it in order to seem educated and upper class is suprisingly enjoyable The scenes that included Ludo were very funny and sparky reading But the rest of it; you had all the reuisite characters including her gay friend Malcolm the reuisite situations including a person who is conveniently Why I Went Back dying the reuisite blather of emotions and revelations 519 pages of itFunny stuff Ludo and Evie Camilla and Heccy and pig Leonard at the wedding Although be prepared much of the humor is base vulgar tasteless For someone who likes chick lit it brings out the sarcastic in me this is probably a good bookIf it hadn't been for Ludo I would have given this book a lower ratingBack to this review the next Horse Sense (Saddle Club, day I like this book less with a Wild Horses (Saddle Club, day of thinking about it I'm giving it the lower rating I had been contemplating earlier

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Ng when a letter – a ticking time bomb – lands on Evie’s immaculate doormat Something she never anticipated threatens to sabotage all that she holds dear It’s time for her to reappraise ev. I really really enjoyed this book Lots of great characters a plot with twists and turns AND best of all the author did NOT get caught up in the usual tropesI love when characters behave in a believable way rather than just being forced into stereotypical situations In one instance things did get solved a little too easily but I can forgive the author for that because the rest of the book was so good The Polaris Protocol (Pike Logan, doormat Something she never anticipated threatens to sabotage all that she holds Immigrants in Our Own Land dear It’s time for her to reappraise ev. I really really enjoyed this book Lots of great characters a plot with twists and turns AND best of all the author PL / I Structured Programming did NOT get caught up in the usual tropesI love when characters behave in a believable way rather than just being forced into stereotypical situations In one instance things Its OK Not to Share and Other Renegade Rules for Raising Competent and Compassionate Kids did get solved a little too easily but I can forgive the author for that because the rest of the book was so good