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Onroadsurgerywigston.co.uk This is the best fa. While this was a lovely story I was disappointed in the ending After all the characters went through couldn t the author have given them a happily ever after I am sure this story could strike a chord with some but I can get depressed enough all by myself Not on the same level as Pillow Talk or Secrets

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The Turning Point

Vorite book with over 585 readers online here.. Although the book was well written for my personal taste it was too dull and predictable Almost a little cheesy yawn yawn Everything was too perfect and it did not hold my attention However should you manage to get through to the end albeit having to skip too many over descriptive perfect scenarios once the twist arrived it was very emotional and managed to keep me interestedCertainly not a bad book just not a page turner for me

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Amazing Kindle, The Turning Point author stati. I think I just read the perfect love storyThere is nothing I can say that would describe the sheer beauty of the writing the imagery and the delightful protagonists you need to read it for yourself Keep a box of tissues and some chocolates handyThe pace is fairly slow but that is acceptable in this novel because Ms North takes time to show the reader great depth in characterisation of all the cast including the children even the dog who is a very special service animal The storyline is uncluttered with drama thank goodness and devoid of contrary women who take umbrage love that word at the slightest hint of things not going their way The sexual events are not overdone and what there is is tasteful I found no jarring notes in the script nor in the plotImagery in modern novels tends to be overlooked but in this work the beauty of both Canada and rural England become part of the story not just background to the main eventsThis is a novel for the jaded romance reader the one who is tired of cliches tired of heroines who tantrum and tired of endless pages of explicit sexual anticsI just loved it


13 thoughts on “The Turning Point

  1. says:

    Freya North's the Turning Point starts with a chance meeting first on the Tube in London and then later in a hotel bar. That chance meeting leads to Frankie (a children's book author) and Scott (a Canadian musician) embarking on what starts as a one night stand and evolves quickly into a long distance relationship. It is,

  2. says:

    I think I just read the perfect love story!

    There is nothing I can say that would describe the sheer beauty of the writing, the imagery and the delightful protagonists you need to read it for yourself. Keep a box of tissues and some choc

  3. says:

    I loved these characters. I was worried for them and their love as I couldn’t see how they could amalgamate their lives where would they live? But I had faith and believed Scott when he said that it would all work out because they loved each other so much. This book took you on an up and down journey following the lives of these two very likeable characters. A good read.

  4. says:

    Did I enjoy this book?
    Yes. I liked all the characters in the book and it was a pleasant read.

    Is it a page turner?
    Yes and no.
    Sometimes you are fine to put it down and give it a rest and others, you want to

  5. says:

    While this was a lovely story I was disappointed in the ending. After all the characters went through couldn’t the author have given them a happily ever after? I am sure this story could strike a chord with some

  6. says:

    I loved this book. I couldn't put it down. I am a huge fan of Freya's work, but whether you've read every one of her novels or this is the first, this is an extraordinary read. Her characters are your best friends. Her story opens your imagination. I went down a road I didn't expect and I adored it. I thought I knew what it was ab

  7. says:

    It was enjoyable with some laugh out moments and other moments when you are reaching for the tissues. I personally found

  8. says:

    Although the book was well written for my personal taste it was too dull and predictable. Almost a little 'cheesy' yawn, yawn. Everything was too perfect and it did not hold my attention. However should you manage to get through to the end albeit having to skip too many over descriptive perfect scenarios once the 'twist

  9. says:

    When Frankie meets Scott in a London hotel she is due to meet up with her publisher. She is a children’s author of the well loved ‘Alice’ series of stories. Scott is staying in London recording the score for a film for which he has composed the musical accompaniment. She is far from her home in the north of

  10. says:

    Well this is a wee bit different! I downloaded this book back in 2017, but have only just got round to reading it. Not sure why it’

  11. says:

    I can't remember how I stumbled across this but am glad I did. Not one for romantic books, I thought I would step out of my comfort zone and give it a go anyway. What a lovely surprise it was so well written and just flowed all the way to the end. The characters was engaging and the descriptions of Canada left me really wanting to go there. I can see this as a film and keep thinking that Joshua Jackson (the actor who played Cole in The Af

  12. says:

    Bought this book on the strength of the reviews and Freya being a popular author. Unfortunately the storyline take

  13. says:

    One of the most beautiful stories I have read and so very profound. Wonderful characters. Made me laugh, made me cry and made me think, about life. I think we can all learn something from this story. Will stay with me for a long time.