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Mad About You Characters ´ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¸ ★ [PDF / Epub] ☄ Mad About You By Sinéad Moriarty ✪ – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk Emma and James Hamilton have weathered lots of storms in their ten year marriage From the heartbreak of infertility to the craziness of then becoming parents to two babies iEmma and James Hamilton have weathered lots of storms in their ten year marriage From the heartbreak of infertility to the craziness of then becoming parents to two babies in one year to coping with James losing his job somehow they Mad About PDFEPUBhave always worked as a teamHowever the pressure of moving. I’m really enjoying this authors stories My teenage years was spent reading chic reads by irish authors and I’ve added Sinead to that list Like Emma I found myself leaving Ireland to live in the uk with my kids Away from my family and everything I know I found myself insecure at times so I did feel for Emma Great storyline Looking forward to reading from this author

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From Dublin to London for James's new job away from familiar surroundings and the family Emma loves puts them under stress like never before So when James starts getting texts from a stranger texts that show startling insights into their lives Emma is not sure what to think She is far from home isolated an. This was was a nice surprise when I heard about it as I didn't know another book for the Emma Hamilton series was in progress I did like it but found it to be w bit lacking the passion and entertainment value as much as the last three books I look forward to from Sinead Thanks goes to net galley for providing a copy in exchange do an honest review

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Mad About YouD before long finds herself uestioning everything about their relationshipMaybe those texts are telling her the truth and the life she believed to be solid and secure is just a mirage Somehow she has to get a grip but how can she do that when a stranger is set on driving Emma out of her home and her marriag. Mad About You starts off when Emma and her family leaves to London for her husband James’s new job Settling in is a huge challenge for Emma and her children Yuri and Lara and to top it off the mums at their school gate aren’t exactly very friendly Suddenly James and Emma receive strange explicit texts from an unknown number which seem to want to drive them apart but coincidentally these texts are a bit too personal but who would want to destroy Emma’s familyAs I’ve mentioned Mad About You is my first Sinead Moriarty book and I went into it without much expectations that’s the best thing about reading books from authors you’ve not read before – the thrill and excitement really gets to me OK I’ll get to the point I really enjoyed Mad About You It’s gripping and engaging The characters are well written and I really liked Emma she’s kind funny and a lovely motherI’ll be honest the intrigue of the mysterious sextexts really got to me and I was really determined to find out who it was Though halfway through the book I had a niggling feeling of the person behind it but I kept going because I wanted to know why Mad About You definitely kept me awake at the night flipping pages faster than I could read the words It’s got mystery intrigue and ultimately betrayalI warmed up to Sinead Moriarty’s style of writing almost immediately and it’s easy to read and understand She describes with such familiarity that you couldn’t help but enjoy reading the story through Emma’s narrative It’s funny crisp and sometimes really sharp I really felt for Emma when she struggled to adapt to the different surroundings and how she dealt with her crumbling marriage The plot flowed pretty well and it kept me engagedMad About You in three words Emotional heartfelt compelling I couldn’t stop reading it and I really enjoyed the company of the characters especially Emma’s adorable children I wouldn’t say this is funny and light but it’s definitely on the darker side of chick litRating 810