An island paradise in Cornwall The eternal nature holiday or just a passing wave on the beach Pippa Lambton s life has fallen apart and husband Rob is ready to give up their marriage Three years before, their son Daniel passed away he was the glue that held them together Now, Pippa s left home for the beautiful Isles of Scilly, for a chance to rediscover herself She mAn island paradise in Cornwall The eternal nature holiday or just a passing wave on the beach Pippa Lambton s life has fallen apart and husband Rob is ready to give up their marriage Three years before, their son Daniel passed away he was the glue that held them together Now, Pippa s left home for the beautiful Isles of Scilly, for a chance to rediscover herself She meets handsome Norwegian nature warden, Sven Jorgensen, who teaches her about the island wildlife.Pippa finds herself laughing again She is aware of Rob s dilemma over his childhood adoption and their turbulent relationship, but after an awkward kiss with Sven, she is torn about how to proceed There is much to resolve, and leaving Rob could prove a disaster Is her affair with Sven a holiday fling How can she walk away from Rob after losing Daniel Should she leave her home in Yorkshire for Sven and his island paradise Find out in Goodbye, Henrietta Street.
Goodbye Henrietta Street An island paradise in Cornwall The eternal nature holiday or just a passing wave on the beach Pippa Lambton s life has fallen apart and husband Rob is ready to give up their marriage Three years befor
Brilliant Totally absorbed in it A book I didn t want to put down Felt as though I really was in the Scilly Isles Makes me so want to visit it.
Goodbye, Henrietta Street Goodbye, Henrietta Street is a poignant romance novel based in Yorkshire and the Cornish Isles of Scilly The poem at the beginning of the book sets the scene for this story perfectly Within the opening chapter, it soon becomes clear that Pippa Lambton is struggling to come to terms with the worst thing that can happen to a parent , the loss of her child, and the subsequent devastation grief can wreak on a marriage.I have to say that, as someone whose parents suffered a [...]
Set in the 1980 sPippa and Rob are struggling with their marriage after the death of their son, Daniel.Their close friends Joan and Terry, who have a young son, Jordan are also struggling but for different reasons.Pippa knows in her heart that her marriage to Rob is over, and so takes an extended holiday to the Isles of Scilly to think about their future, if they have one.Sven works on the islands as a tour guide and nature warden He has seen many women come to the islands but when he meets Pipp [...]
What a beautifully done romance I don t read much Contemporary mainly because it brings you so close to what can really happen in life, and in so doing can really put at your emotions Goodbye, Henrietta Street really did that but in such a way that I wanted to keep turning the pages to see how Pippa was going to cope The entire book was emotional and so real but very well written and had me wondering how she was going to get through everything.Lin Treadgold is able to weave so much into this sto [...]
I enjoy reading books about places in England but I don t usually read romance novels When I saw the title and the synopsis, it caught my eye Through reading the story I learned about life on a small island through the well rounded characters, each with a story to tell I enjoyed reading Goodbye, Henrietta Street, it captured my imagination through descriptions of the wildlife and scenery The story of Pippa and her quest for happiness and the good natured Sven who gives her the confidence to mov [...]
Honesty and most of all shock at seeing that of all the books on my to read list this ranks the highest, which certainly seems to indicate some biased friend family ratings which I feel it is only fair to balance leads me to say that despite several attempts because I have met the author and do understand the work that goes into any book I found this unreadable Partly because poor editing failed to remove the multiple repetitions of the situation each character found himself in, partly because I [...]
The most important elements of a captivating story are setting and characters both have to be equally believable to the reader to make them want to continue reading right to the end Lin s characterisation is excellent and she weaves the nuances we find with real people into a story setting which is utterly familiar to almost everyone at some level On top of these great basics she has placed an intricately woven plot that twists, weaves and turns its way through a very satisfying and poignant arr [...]