Appleby Farm

Appleby Farm Appleby Farm is a charming funny and romantic story for anyone looking for a feel good light hearted read from the author of bestselling Ivy Lane Freya Moorcroft has wild red hair mischievous gree

  • Title: Appleby Farm
  • Author: Cathy Bramley
  • ISBN: 9780552171595
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Paperback
  • Appleby Farm is a charming, funny and romantic story for anyone looking for a feel good, light hearted read, from the author of bestselling Ivy Lane Freya Moorcroft has wild red hair, mischievous green eyes, a warm smile and a heart of gold She s been happy working at the caf round the corner from Ivy Lane allotments and her romance with her new boyfriend is going well,Appleby Farm is a charming, funny and romantic story for anyone looking for a feel good, light hearted read, from the author of bestselling Ivy Lane Freya Moorcroft has wild red hair, mischievous green eyes, a warm smile and a heart of gold She s been happy working at the caf round the corner from Ivy Lane allotments and her romance with her new boyfriend is going well, she thinks, but a part of her still misses the beautiful rolling hills of her Cumbrian childhood home Appleby Farm.Then a phone call out of the blue and a desperate plea for help change everything The farm is in financial trouble, and it s taking its toll on the aunt and uncle who raised Freya Heading home to lend a hand, Freya quickly learns that things are worse than she first thought As she summons up all her creativity and determination to turn things around, Freya is surprised as her own dreams for the future begin to take shape.Love makes the world go round, according to Freya Not money But will saving Appleby Farm and following her heart come at a price Praise for Cathy Bramley and Ivy Lane Delightfully warm with plenty of twists and turns Trisha Ashley A perfect blend of the two greatest pleasures in life love and gardening Fern Britton A witty, laugh out loud romantic comedy Miranda Dickinson

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    About Author

    1. Cathy Bramley is the author of the best selling romantic comedies Ivy Lane, Appleby Farm, Wickham Hall, Conditional Love and The Plumberry School of Comfort Food She lives in a Nottinghamshire village with her family and a dog.Her recent career as a full time writer of light hearted, romantic fiction has come as somewhat of a lovely surprise after spending eighteen years running her own marketing agency However, she has been always an avid reader, never without a book on the go and now thinks she may have found her dream job Cathy loves to hear from her readers You can get in touch via her website CathyBramley Facebook page Facebook CathyBramleyAuthor or on Twitter twitter CathyBramley

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    1. Actual rating 4.5 5Originally posted on This Chick Reads Copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review Appleby Farm was on the list of 2015 releases I ve been most excited about and one I was eagerly waiting to be published in paperback Consisted of four parts, it was previously published as a serial in e book format However, as I m not the type that enjoys major cliffhangers, I waited patiently for it to come out as one complete story all while being totally convinced I ll be [...]

    2. The way that this book is written is so endearing The story, characters and content are absolutely divine Cathy Bramley is a writing genius

    3. pagetostagereviews 201Freya has always been restless, moving from one place to the next and trying a whole host of jobs along the way usually not for than a few months When her friend Anna, who lives in the little town of Kingsfield, urgently needs someone to work in her mum s caf for a short while, Freya jumps at the chance to pack in her dull job in Manchester and move to Derbyshire to help out Anna What is supposed to be just a short stop turns into something longer when she realises she s a [...]

    4. Book provided by the publisher in exchange for on honest review I ve been wanting to read Appleby Farm ever since the first part was published I don t like reading to many series at once, because I get confused, so I decided to wait for the whole book At the beginning of August I got surprise bookpost and this beauty was in it, I was so excited, thanks again Sarah Harwood.Appleby Farm starts off in Kingsfield where Ivy Lane was set and that the main character Freya had a brief appearance in Ivy [...]

    5. Such a lovely book It s about Freya Moorcroft who was already introduced to us in Ivy Lane She spends almost all of her childhood on Appleby Farm in the Lake District with her aunt and uncle who own the farm After her eighteenth birthday she starts travelling the world and working in job after job.Now she lives in Kingsfield Ivy Lane again and works in a cafe just around the corner from the Ivy Lane allotments One day though, she gets a phone call from her aunt asking for help So she heads off t [...]

    6. Let s pull out all the stops, right at the beginning because I really don t know how I ve been living before, without Cathy Bramley s stories I can t have enough of her books and they are perfect for me They are all down to earth, but still they are full of hope and positive feelings, wonderful characters and the most normal, yet exquisite settings, and laugh out loud one liners They have all what I am looking for in books.And yes, you know what, it was Cathy s Appleby Farm that inspired me to s [...]

    7. I absolutely loved Appleby Farm by Cathy Bramley, so much so I have rated it 5 stars and I haven t given any book 5 stars for ages.The story focuses on Freya Moorcroft, who is a fab character Freya is a bit of a wanderer, who flits from job to job and enjoys a new challenge However, when her aunt and uncle need her help she returns to her family home at Appleby Farm The farm and her aunt and uncle need her help and she realises that her place is on the farm I loved that she opens a tea room, and [...]

    8. Ein so s es Sommerbuch H tte ich mir aufgrund des Covers und des Titels wohl nie selbst gekauft Aber der Schreibstil und die Geschichte waren so zuckers Klarer Fall von Don t judge a book by its cover.Rezension auf Booktube folgt

    9. F r mich war es ein richtig sch nes Wohlf hl Buch Ich hab nichts daran auszusetzen Es hat mir richtig gut gefallen Rezension folgt.

    10. Appleby Farm was originally released as 4 separate parts in ebook format, however I decided I wanted to hold off so I could it read it all in one go I prayed that it would be released as a fully combined book, and my wishes were granted And I am so glad I had my eye on this release as its a fantastic book, it is heart warming and utterly lovely Freya has always had itchy feet, and moved from job to job at fairly regular intervals When we meet her she is working in a cafe near the Ivy Lane allotm [...]

    11. I bought this in 4 parts like others of Cathy Bramley s.Freya returns to her aunt and uncle s farm to help out leaving her boyfriend and her job behind She has to choose which life means most to her Charlie and his allotment or opening a vintage tearoom in the lake district I also enjoyed the subplot involving Freya s relationship with her parents Lightweight, fluffy and very enjoyable.

    12. there s simply no place like home freya always seems on the go, wandering from one thing to another and never finding her niche she is helping out a friend run a coffee shop, which she has practically reinvented, when she receives a phone call from her auntie sue her uncle has had an accident and she rushes down to their farm for a few days to help out and keep company until he is back home and then returns here she has a boyfriend, charlie, a sexy fireman, divorced with a young son and they get [...]

    13. I have really loved some books of this genre like Little Beach Street Bakery or The Cake Shop in the Garden , but I just couldn t get myself to read this one until the end The main character giggles way too much, and while the setting of the story would have been perfect for my liking, it all just went too slowly and the author added way too many unnecessary details Such a pity, I d thought I had found a new chick lit author to read every book from

    14. I did enjoy this book but harry wasnt in it enough, where was the romance stolen moments, almost getting together just spoiled it a bit for me

    15. Originally reviewed on beccasbooooks 2I m going to begin my review of Appleby Farm with a list of things that can comfort and soothe me in the same way which Cathy Bramley so effortlessly achieves 1 Nothing.2 Nothing.3 Nothing.That s right, folks Nothing Okay, so perhaps that s a tiny exaggeration, because cups of tea and cosy pyjamas sort of have the same effect on me, but if we re talking strictly book wise then my answer remains the same Nothing I was first introduced to Cathy Bramley s autho [...]

    16. As some praises for this book say A charming romantic comedy and it really is very charming.It s about Freya, starting a new chapter of her life, trying to safe her aunt and uncle s farm from financial ruin During that journey she has to face a lot of ups and downs, but with the help of her family and friends, she manages those challenges pretty well.Freya is a very bubbly person and makes this story really light hearted, which matched my christmas y mood perfectly well The other characters are [...]

    17. The first thing that drew my attention to reading Appleby Farm was the bright and welcoming front cover that had the line There s simply no place like home which I totally agree with Appleby Farm is such a heart warming read that has twists and turns throughout making you want to read on You can t help but get lost in the lives of the characters wishing that you lived on a farm in the Lake District running a vintage tea room You come away feeling positive that when life throws you challenges and [...]

    18. Posted in full reviewedthebook 2015 I read and adored Cathy Bramley s serialised novel Ivy Lane last year and then I read it all once again when it came out as one beautiful paperback back in February this year There s just something about having it all in one book, not having to wish your days away until the next instalment is due out and so, I forced myself to wait for Appleby Farm to come out in paperback too If I thought things couldn t get any better after Ivy Lane which I did , I was prove [...]

    19. A lovely book to read about romance I don t usually enjoy these kind of books but this was well written and kept you interested to the end wanting t find out about Freya and her family living on a farm and the hard work that they have to do to keep the farm working.

    20. Very Cathy Bramley Sweet, a bit predictable but charming all the same The characters were a bit sickly sweet and could have done with the odd flaw, but the descriptions of the farm and the Lake District were great.

    21. Review first posted on my blog spoonfulofhappyendingsspoFreya Moorcraft has never been able to really settle down She flies from one project to another spreading her wings whenever she thinks it s time for something new While Freya really likes her job at a small cafe in the town of Kingsfield, and is busy falling in love with her lovely boyfriend Charlie, one phone call from her aunt changes all of that Her uncle has had an accident which means Freya s help is desperately needed at Appleby Farm [...]

    22. Originally posted on albainbookland 2015 08 Is it just me or are Cathy Bramley s books just getting better and better God, I really did enjoy Ivy Lane at the beginning of the year it s on my top ten of books for the first half of the year but let me tell you, I enjoyed Appleby Farm even Cathy has the ability to create such homely and stunning surroundings that they just make you feel part of the story In this case, we go to Appleby Farm by the hand of lovely and lively Freya Moorcroft A charact [...]

    23. Although Appley Farm was previously published in a digital form that was divided into four parts I was eagerly awaiting the paperback publication of Cathy Bramley s Appleby Farm I immensely enjoyed reading her Ivy Lane Cathy Bramley style of writing makes me feel all warm and fuzzy and very happy In Appley Farm story, Cathy Bramley indeed delivered again one of her very entertaining and memorable stories that leave you wanting .Freya Moorcroft is a fiery red head with a mischievous smile and a h [...]

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