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Secrets and Seashells at Rainbow Bay Read & download ↠ 7 ☆ [Ebook] ➥ Secrets and Seashells at Rainbow Bay By Ali McNamara – Dcmdirect.co.uk The sun is shining on the golden castle on Rainbow Bay and change is in the airAmelia is a single mother doing her very best to look after her young son Charlie but moneyE ticket to sorting out her money problems that she'd first hoped she can't sell because the terms of the ancient beuest state that any Chesterford who inherits the castle must live there and work towards the upkeep and maintenance of the family home So ever practical Amelia decides to uproot her little family and move to this magnificent castle by the seaLiving in a castle and Seashells at PDF #203 on the beautiful Northumberland coast is fun at first but organising the day to. There's always something extra magical about Ali McNamara's novels and this one is no different The last novel I had read of hers was brilliantly written and captivating and I knew that this one would be the same Immediately I was drawn in with it's pretty cover I love the colourful flowers used the cute car in the middle the huge imposing castle in the background and of course the glistening sea on the right hand side Everything looks beautiful and makes for a really spellbinding coverOnto the story itself I immediately warmed towards main character Amelia You could see from the start that she was doing all she could to help make Charlie's life the best it could be on such a low amount of money When I read the part where Amelia looks in the fridge for dinner and it's mostly empty it really upset me and I had high hopes that they would get their happily ever after after all it was the least they deserved after what they had been through When they arrived at Chesterford Castle and there was a few ghostly goings on happening I couldn't wait to read about it I found it so interesting reading about the previous inhabitants of the castle some of them sounded uite cheeky As well as main character Amelia and her son Charlie there are also a bunch of other secondary characters that you get to know and love too I particularly liked Arthur he seemed like a lovely man underneath his grumpiness And I also loved Dorothy's character too I also really enjoyed reading about Amelia and Tom's relationship and seeing where that was headed I just wanted it to desperately work out for Amelia because she really had been through uite a few wars and deserved to be happyThroughout the book I just felt like there was this magical spellbinding energy and I loved it I love Ali McNamara's style of writing it's wonderfully captivating and I enjoyed every page every character It was a fabulous novel and I can't wait to read by this author in the future Thank you to the publisher for a chance to read this novel via Netgalley which I have reviewed honestly

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Day running is a lot complicated than Amelia first imagined Luckily she has help from the small band of eccentric and unconventional staff that are already employed there and a mysterious unseen hand that often gives her a push in the right direction just when she needs it most It's only when she meets Tom a furniture restorer who comes to the castle to help repair some antiue furniture that Amelia realises she might get the fairy tale ending that she and Charlie truly deserve. Even to just be able to think of a story like this let alone write it Ali McNamara is a genius I would love to read a follow up to this story There is so much scope to write about the characters and of course that wonderful castle A brilliant read from the first word to the last

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Secrets and Seashells at Rainbow BayThe sun is shining on the Seashells at PDFEPUB #233 golden castle on Rainbow Bay and change is in the airAmelia is a single mother doing her very best to look after her young son Charlie but money is tight and times are tough When she first hears that she is the last descendent of the Chesterford family and that she has inherited a Real Life Castle by the sea Amelia can't uite believe her ears But it's Secrets and PDFEPUB or trueShe soon finds that owning a castle isn't uite th. Three and a half starsWith a part time job and a less than satisfactory housing situation it’s a struggle for single mother Amelia to care for her son Charlie Money is tight and times are tough Until out of nowhere it seems she finds she as the last descendant of the Chesterford family she had inherited a castle in Northumberland Not only a cattle but a castle overlooking the magical named Rainbow Bay Despite some difficulties Amelia settles into running the day to day business of the castle while trying to bring it back to being a desired tourist destination To help her she has a small group of staff some of who have been at the castle all their lives But it is not just the staff who help her when she needs it most but some otherworldly help as well This is a light fun read and Amelia is an engaging character I liked the close relationship she had with her ten year old son Charlie Also her attitude of not seeing some people as better than others because they have a title or are richer She is accepting of all and prepared to give people a chance I was enjoying this until Charlie staring seeing and talking to ghosts What is a castle without ghosts right Well I’m not a fan of stories with ghosts but then I decided to put it in the same category as reading a fantasy novel and going along with elves and other creatures How you respond to the ghostly presence and conversations will determine how you respond to this book If you can accept the ghostly presence this is an entertaining if far fetched read And of course as it all fairy tale type stories there is a romance than blossoms and promises happy ever after There are a couple of surprises occur about the castle and its inhabitants And maybe not so realistic But then in my opinion it is not meant to be taken seriously It is uite simply a bit of fun As long as it is read in that frame of mind it is entertaining Not the sort of book I’d read all the time but I did enjoy it despite a few issues with certain aspects of the plot