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A Kiss From a Rose ➾ [Download] ➾ A Kiss From a Rose By Sharon Booth ➳ – Thomashillier.co.uk In spite of managing to get a black eye at her best friend s wedding, Rose MacLean knows she s never had it so good As a partner in a thriving business, her financial problems are easing, and her elde From a Epub Þ In spite of managing to get a black eye at her best friend s wedding, Rose MacLean knows she s never had it so good A Kiss PDF/EPUB or As a partner in a thriving business, her financial problems are easing, and her eldest daughter has finally found employment, while her youngest is doing well Kiss From a PDF ☆ at school But Rose s life never seems to run smoothly for long, and, sure enough, her eldest daughter has soon walked out of her job, while her youngest appears to have had a personality transplant To make matters worse, her mother is back on the scene, and she seems to be reliving her misspent youth with her oily haired, horse faced ex, Alec Thoroughgood With her best friend preoccupied with the arduous task of baby making, Rose finds herself relying and on the quiet Flynn Pennington Rhys, who seems to be everyone s hero But Flynn has his own problems, and as events take an unexpected turn, Rose realises that she may not always be able to rely on him Will the quiet man come through for her Will her daughters ever sort themselves out And will Rose ever get her bedroom back from her mother, or is she destined for a life on the sofa.


10 thoughts on “A Kiss From a Rose

  1. Samantha Henthorn Samantha Henthorn says:

    Oh I absolutely loved this book and was gutted when it finished I read the first one in the series when I was on holiday in the North east further up than the setting, but I felt like I was there This second instalment I was so glad to see the characters again, especially as I was grateful for reading after a bad back incident Romance at age 37 for Rose, the main character,than a romance, this book gave muchthan chick lit dealt with grown up daughter issues very relatable and se Oh I absolutely loved this book and was gutted when it finished I read the first one in the series when I was on holiday in the North east further up than the setting, but I felt like I was there This second instalment I was so glad to see the characters again, especially as I was grateful for reading after a bad back incident Romance at age 37 for Rose, the main character,than a romance, this book gave muchthan chick lit dealt with grown up daughter issues very relatable and serious baby issues a real tear jerker but it was ok, because the characters were already my friends New character Rose s mum provides some great Northern humour I am in Lancashire and I love a daft apeth myself I think Sharon Booth s books are going to be one of my new favourites that I save for times in life that I need a gorgeous read


  2. N.W. Moors N.W. Moors says:

    We met Rose Maclean in the first book of the Kearton Bay series when she became partners with Eliza, the heroine of There Must Be an Angel Her story start s at Eliza and Gabriel s wedding when she s knocked out in the scrum for the bridal bouquet Dr Flynn Pennington Rhys ends up attending to her resultant black eye This is an opposites attract story Rose is brash, sometimes crude, ashamed of her background but with a heart of gold and a pink streak in her hair Flynn is an introvert, rarel We met Rose Maclean in the first book of the Kearton Bay series when she became partners with Eliza, the heroine of There Must Be an Angel Her story start s at Eliza and Gabriel s wedding when she s knocked out in the scrum for the bridal bouquet Dr Flynn Pennington Rhys ends up attending to her resultant black eye This is an opposites attract story Rose is brash, sometimes crude, ashamed of her background but with a heart of gold and a pink streak in her hair Flynn is an introvert, rarely participating in social events in the village, and devoted to his work Rose is a single mother of two moody teenage girls crammed into a tiny flat with her evenoff color mother moving in after being mugged at her own apartment Flynn is well to do and hiding a tragic secret Yet these two opposites find something in each other Rose wants to mend Flynn s loneliness and Flynn wants to take care of Rose.Besides the romance, this is a wonderful story about family, the good and the bad, and how members care for each other despite all Ms Booth s writing is excellent and the reader wants to make all the characters their friends I m reading her books much too quickly, but I can already tell they are books I will go back to


  3. India India says:

    With a condescending mother, a sullen teenager, and a knack for kissing the local doctor every time she has a drink, Rose isn t having the best year The worst thing is it s about to snowball out of control and there isn t a thing she can do to stop it Lucky for her she has a few good friends and a charming streak of pink in her hair.Rose is the kind of character you can t help but love even when you re screaming inside your head for her to stop She s flawed, she s quick to jump to conclusions With a condescending mother, a sullen teenager, and a knack for kissing the local doctor every time she has a drink, Rose isn t having the best year The worst thing is it s about to snowball out of control and there isn t a thing she can do to stop it Lucky for her she has a few good friends and a charming streak of pink in her hair.Rose is the kind of character you can t help but love even when you re screaming inside your head for her to stop She s flawed, she s quick to jump to conclusions, and she has the mother from hell but her heart is big enough to keep her going.This romance has all kinds of conflict and that s what a good romance is about The Yorkshire scenery and the jarring down to earth ness of the characters makes this quaint story just a little quirky and sucks you in so that when Rose takes a fall so does the reader Have the tissues at the ready because this is a tearjerker


  4. Ann robinson Ann robinson says:

    Wonderful I ve spent the last couple of days thoroughly engrossed in the first and second books I m just coming up for air to write how much these books mean to me Beautiful writing warm and witty and I really care about all the characters Onwards now to part 3 I can t wait but also feel a little sad as I don t want this to end Bravo Sharon.


  5. Jessica Redland Jessica Redland says:

    I had high expectations for this novel, having loved There Must Be An Angel and I absolutely wasn t disappointed We were introduced to the heroine, Rose, during Angel when she became friends with the heroine, Eliza, and I was already drawn to her straight talking character so I was really pleased to see she was the main focus for the sequel Kiss is a story with real heart and Rose is an amazing character with a great family cast who bring laughs and problems into her life I absolutely lov I had high expectations for this novel, having loved There Must Be An Angel and I absolutely wasn t disappointed We were introduced to the heroine, Rose, during Angel when she became friends with the heroine, Eliza, and I was already drawn to her straight talking character so I was really pleased to see she was the main focus for the sequel Kiss is a story with real heart and Rose is an amazing character with a great family cast who bring laughs and problems into her life I absolutely love the portrayal of an extremely believable and challenging relationship with her mother.We get to hearfrom Eliza and how her life has changed since the end of Angel , plus other villagers who featured in the first novel, which is lovely It s like catching up with old friends.There s a lot of humour in Kiss but there s tears too I don t want to give away any spoilers, but there s some unexpected revelations as the story progresses showing that this is no typical romcom it s a wonderfully emotional story with depths and characters you want to hearabout Roll on book 3


  6. Alys West Alys West says:

    This is, without doubt, the best romance I ve read in ages Most of that is down to Rose who jumps off the page from the very beginning She s a wonderful, warm character with a slightly unfortunate tendency to speak before she thinks Life has been hard for her but she s not one to give up or to feel sorry for herself Not even when her mother moves in and Rose ends up sleeping on the sofa in her tiny flat Her teenage daughters are giving her hassle and then there s the mysterious Flynn, who i This is, without doubt, the best romance I ve read in ages Most of that is down to Rose who jumps off the page from the very beginning She s a wonderful, warm character with a slightly unfortunate tendency to speak before she thinks Life has been hard for her but she s not one to give up or to feel sorry for herself Not even when her mother moves in and Rose ends up sleeping on the sofa in her tiny flat Her teenage daughters are giving her hassle and then there s the mysterious Flynn, who is developing an alarming tendency to always be there when she needs him Not that she s interested in him, no not at all Fortunately, even Rose realises that she likes him in the end and then the sparks really start to fly


  7. Ellie Gray Ellie Gray says:

    I really enjoyed this novel I loved Sharon s first Kearton Bay novel and couldn t wait to read the second I wasn t disappointed Although it took me a little while to get used to the rather outspoken and loud heroine, she quickly won me over I could definitely relate to the day to day issues Rose had to contend with as a single mother struggling to raise a family Sharon Booth hsd a gift for giving her characters such a realistic back story As for Flynn, well I really fell for him such a I really enjoyed this novel I loved Sharon s first Kearton Bay novel and couldn t wait to read the second I wasn t disappointed Although it took me a little while to get used to the rather outspoken and loud heroine, she quickly won me over I could definitely relate to the day to day issues Rose had to contend with as a single mother struggling to raise a family Sharon Booth hsd a gift for giving her characters such a realistic back story As for Flynn, well I really fell for him such a lovely, lonely man Can t wait for the next instalment of Kearton Bay


  8. Isabella Isabella says:

    I fell in love with Kearton Bay and its residents reading Sharon s d but novel There Must Be An Angel, and was so glad when the second book came out As with the first one, I was hooked It was great to catch up with Eliza and Gabriel, and see the lovely Rose s life and her family s taking a most important turn.Can t wait for number three and see what Lexie is up to


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