Friday, 21 March 2014

Across The Pond by Isabella Delvino

Across The PondAcross The Pond by Isabella Delvino
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I am from the UK [Great Britain] and this was a delight to read. I had forgotten how we come across at times due to so many American fellow lovely authors books I've been reading lately.

This book was down to earth, witty and entertaining and at times had its moments of upsetting emotions for the lovely Cambria.

I loved it when she left the divorce papers on the table for her husband to find and she just 'hopped' on a plane and took off. Good for her!

She had no intention of meeting anyone or getting involved with anyone else. Just enjoy her new found freedom and life. But like all best laid plans, life has a way of turning it on its head.

Loved the conclusion. Can't wait to see her next move.
Cambria Cosgrove is a successful fashion blogger from Pasadena, the land of sun and the famous Rose Parade. Unhappy in her marriage,Cambria has finally made the bold decision to leave her husband Carter in spite of her good catholic girl upbringing. She just dropped divorce papers on the kitchen counter this morning and hopped on a plane to London with her best friend. 

On their first night out in Notting Hill, Cambria meets an exotic, dark-haired musician by the name of Zander Slayne but Cambria has absolutely no desire to get involved with another man, especially so soon after leaving her husband. 

Zander puts the Bad in Bad Boy with his various tattoos and smoldering looks. He is so not her type and besides, the ink isn't even dry on the divorce papers yet. But Zander is relentless. 

Meanwhile, back home in Pasadena, Carter is frantic and will do just about anything to get Cambria back. He's got problems of his own but focuses his attention on Cambria and refuses to believe she no longer loves him.






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