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{Read E-pub} ⚞ That Loving Feeling ß A wonderfully wise romantic comedy about the ones we love and the one that got awayJuliet Joyce has been happily married for twenty five years But with two grown up children who treat the house like a hotel, a seventy year old mother who s just moved in and a father who s announced he s gay it s hardly surprising that her relationship with her husband Rick is beginning to suffer Juliet s resigned to the fact that the only romance she s going to get is from the pages of her library books, so nothing prepares her for the unexpected return of Steven Aubrey Last seen twenty six years ago, when he jilted Juliet on their wedding day, he ignites a passion in her that she thought was long gone But will Steven sweep her off her feet or can Rick remind her of the loving feeling that they ve lost There s only one way to find out Loved it Great easy reading loved the story It was fun to read. I enjoyed this book i didn t relise at first that the characters in this book are the same as the one s in with love at christmas so i knew diferent things from that book to this book so it ruined it a bit should of read this book first i enjoyed the characters wasn t keen on stacey but she grew on me Would readfrom carole matthews. What can I say I have to be totally honest and say that whilst reading this book I embarrassed myself on numerous occasions by actually laughing out loud whilst on the train This book was an absolute joy to read I am a huge fan of the series the Chocolate Lovers and found that I was comparing each book to that series This book needed no comparison.Juliet Joyce is a typical married mother of two Her husband Rick along with their two children in their late teens Tom and Chloe, live in a regul What can I say I have to be totally honest and say that whilst reading this book I embarrassed myself on numerous occasions by actually laughing out loud whilst on the train This book was an absolute joy to read I am a huge fan of the series the Chocolate Lovers and found that I was comparing each book to that series This book needed no comparison.Juliet Joyce is a typical married mother of two Her husband Rick along with their two children in their late teens Tom and Chloe, live in a regular close leading a very ordinary life Juliet s mother has recently moved in after deciding that upon reaching her 70s she was going to start living her life the way she wanted Juliet works in the local library and the most excitement her life sees is what lies in store for her when she gets home with regards to what new and inventive ways her children have come up with top avoid cleaning their rooms, or god forbid, getting a job However, when her ex fianc who jilted her at the alter, Steven Aubrey turns up, her life is thrown into the mixer This along with the predicaments her husband manages to get himself into along with the behaviour of her kids, her party animal mother, and her father who has changed his life dramatically make for an absolutely explosive and hilarious story Her marriage starts to teeter when Steven comes on the scene and she has to decide whether she wants to make a new life for herself or stick with what she already has.This story was told with such humour that I was hooked from the first chapter The characters are the most honest version of mixed up families I have read in a while and some of the one liners that were told had tears running down my cheeks I finished this book in a day and a half and haven t laughed that much at a book in a long time Thoroughly enjoyed every page and would highly recommend to anybody The Chocolate Lovers series although still a firm favourite, doesn t seem quite as important after reading this latest Carole Matthews books A definite must have This book was really annoying I imagine that when an author begins a book they sit down and make a big list of potential plot lines that the could include Carole Matthews did this, but then forgot that she was supposed to narrow the number of plot lines down to a reasonable number Any 3 or 4 of the subjects covered would have been enough to fill a book but Carole genuinely had about 10 view spoiler Here are a list of some of the topics that the author decided to leave in Think of all the This book was really annoying I imagine that when an author begins a book they sit down and make a big list of potential plot lines that the could include Carole Matthews did this, but then forgot that she was supposed to narrow the number of plot lines down to a reasonable number Any 3 or 4 of the subjects covered would have been enough to fill a book but Carole genuinely had about 10 view spoiler Here are a list of some of the topics that the author decided to leave in Think of all the books she could have written with this little lot A dad who has decided that he is gay A son who temporarily thinks he is gay A terrorist attack at a football match A potential lottery win A pregnant daughter A potential affair with an old flame An accidental arrest for getting up to no good in a car park a botched cosmetic surgery procedure A car crash A potential affair with a neighbour Alien abduction OK, I made up the last one, but you get the idea hide spoiler I ve read quite a lot of Carole Matthew s books and have a fewon my bookshelf They re always a quick and entertaining read but she s definitely a bit hit and miss and this one was not a favourite