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The Secret of Happy Ever After by Lucy Dillon (2011-11-10)

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  • By Reader of the Pack on March 30, 2015

    This is the third book written by Lucy Dillon and I enjoyed it just as much as her first two. It's a joy to find a writer whose talent carries through to each book. This story starts out with Michelle running to a place where her husband can't find her. She's suffered through years of being told she's not good enough and if anybody really knew about her they wouldn't want anything to do with her. She's sitting in an outdoor cafe listing all the things she needs to do when Anna and her dog Pongo disturb her much wanted solitude. And so begins her first adult friendship.Ms Dillon knows how to grab the readers interest and hold it to the last page. Her characters are likeable and well developed. She keeps several story arcs going and integrates them in a way that keeps each of the stories going separately and still allows the reader to see how they each relate to one another and culminate into one great great story. We see the whole gambit of emotions in her characters: love and loss, fear and acceptance, anger and joy. Basically, she is a consummate storyteller. Do yourself a favor and read one of her books.

  • By SummerMeadow8 on September 13, 2014

    This was my least favorite of Dillon's stories so far. I love Longhampton and maybe was expecting too much. Both Michelle and Anna are, in my opinion, weak and not pleasurable enough to want to spend nearly 500 pages with them. All the cliques are here - pregnancy, divorce, absent and neglectful parents, unhappiness in marriage and life. Then a ridiculous amount of mess is tidied up in about twenty pages. But the dogs were lovely, as always, and pulled at my heart strings. And I did love all the book-ness.Trigger warning for teen rape and abusive/controlling marriage.

  • By JB on May 12, 2016

    A charming tale of real life in two complicated households, many messages for folk in similar situations. I enjoyed the importance placed on books and reading for all ages, something which is iften neglected and forgotten in our lives today.

  • By Clara Beard on November 21, 2015

    The book is a delightful journey. I recommend it to anyone that wants to read entertaining dialogue, a pleasant plot,and have a totally escaping reading experience. I love the series. Each book stands on its own, but together they areeven more satisfying.

  • By biliwiz on August 21, 2016

    Well written and a fairly enjoyable read, but overlong for the content. I was glad to finish it so I could start another book.

  • By Roberta on May 19, 2013

    This is the third Lucy Dillon book I've read and enjoyed. She is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. Ms. Dillon writes very sweet novels that have very likable characters, and whose stories all come together at the end, usually with the help of a dog or two. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who, like me, enjoys animals and a Happily Ever After ending.

  • By Robin on November 17, 2013

    I'm a sucker for books about redemption and second chances thrown in with a dog or ten. This was a darling book continuing with events and characters from another book but focusing on new ones. I quite enjoyed this.

  • By S. Sarabasha on August 1, 2014

    Very slow start. Almost gave up but soldiered on and it got better and more interesting although fairly predictable.Nice summer beach reading or for a snowy day.

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