Party Games

Party Games Although the countryside town of Beeversham looks picture perfect nothing is quite as it seems Behind closed doors three women are struggling to lead the lives they want Vanessa seems like she simpl

  • Title: Party Games
  • Author: Jo Carnegie
  • ISBN: 9780552166812
  • Page: 154
  • Format: Paperback
  • Although the countryside town of Beeversham looks picture perfect, nothing is quite as it seems Behind closed doors, three women are struggling to lead the lives they want.Vanessa seems like she simply must have it all she s beautiful, rich and married to gorgeous actor, Conrad But beneath the glitz, she is asking herself whether this really is the life she wants to leAlthough the countryside town of Beeversham looks picture perfect, nothing is quite as it seems Behind closed doors, three women are struggling to lead the lives they want.Vanessa seems like she simply must have it all she s beautiful, rich and married to gorgeous actor, Conrad But beneath the glitz, she is asking herself whether this really is the life she wants to lead when she has so much, why does she feel so empty Meanwhile, Fleur is trying desperately to save the farm that her family have lived on for hundreds of years, when playboy Beau makes her an offer she can t refuse.And Catherine has given up the high flying career she thought she always wanted, and is trying to build a wonderful new life in the country But finding rural bliss is harder than it looks.Hopes and dreams, loves and losses and lots and lots of secrets let Jo Carnegie take you behind the scenes of one very special town.

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      Published :2018-09-11T16:17:12+00:00

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    1. I've not read anything by this author before but this certainly won't be the last as I found this to be a great read.This story takes place in a market town called Beeversham. It's based on three main female characters called Vanessa, Fleur and Catherine. Plenty of secondary characters added so much more to the story.Well written story with twists and turns that had me glued from start to finish. Loved it.

    2. I had never read a novel before by Jo Carnegie, and so I was very much looking forward to reading this. I love discovering new authors that I have not tried before, and I was so pleased that I had the opportunity to read such a great book!I really enjoyed this. In the town of Beeversham are many residents, some normal, every day people, some celebrities and some trying to make their way in life. We are introduced to some truly fantastic characters, each with their own agendas and problems. Will [...]

    3. I really enjoyed this one which involved quite a large cast of characters from a village called Beeversham- involving politics, planning development issues, farming and family relationshops in equal measures. A new author for me- but I will look out for more of her books.

    4. A fairly easy read and once past the first few introduction chapters it maintains a good pace. Taking place in the market town of Beeversham the story centers around 3 main characters but has a good mix of secondary characters which are also strong and help the story keep shape and pace. The story begins by introducing the reader to the main characters: Vanessa, Fleur and Catherine - each of these characters have their own challenges throughout the novel and Jo Carnegie makes each one believable [...]

    5. For the first few chapters of the book, I wasn’t really sure what it was going to be about. Whilst the blurb gives you a run down of the main characters, it doesn’t really give you an idea as to the story.Party Games.The lovely rural town of Beeversham has become a haven for the rich and famous but is still home to many who have lived there for years. This blend of inhabitants means that there’s a tug of war between keeping the town as it is, maintaining support of small, local businesses [...]

    6. As usual Jo Carnegie has delivered a book that brings to life the characters from yet another quirky village. The town of Beeversham is a small place but also lays claim to being home to some of the rich and famous. Vanessa Powell and her husband Conrad are one such couple. There are also additional characters such as Beau Rainford the local playboy, Beau’s brother Felix and his wife Ginny, Fleur and her Dad who live on a local farm, and Catherine, the once Editor of Soiree magazine and her hu [...]

    7. Wow! Wow wow wow! This truly was absolutely fantastic! I have never read anything by Jo Carnegie before I believe she will now be added to my list of favourite authors.I am actually still reeling from all that happened in this story! I did not think so much could happen in one small town!Although the back of the cover gives the reader the impression that the Story will be about Vanessa Powell, there are actually two other fantastic women that the story is focused around.First there is obviously [...]

    8. I have received a copy of this book from publisher in exchange for a review.This is my first book by Jo Carnegie but after reading this one I am sure it won't be my last. Definitely.There is just one thing that's bothering me and it is the blurb: why does it concentrate on Vanessa Powell only? The book started a little slowly for me and I wasn't actually sure what is going to happen and what it is about. But then it took a pace. And how. I have put all my things to do away and spent my free afte [...]

    9. I received this novel from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.The entire time I was reading Party Games I felt like I was watching a guilty-pleasure marathon of my favorite Lifetime movies. I found myself thinking about the characters when I wasn’t reading, rather insanely wondering what was going on in Beeversham while I was cooking my family supper. The POV alternates (though not in a fixed pattern) between Vanessa, Fleur, and Catherine. Each of these women has unique challenges, [...]

    10. Really enjoyed this, sad that this is the last of Jo's books until she releases another.Follows several storylines, lots of bonking in this one. People are not always what they seem.My least favourite character was Caroline and Vanessa's hubby was a real dick.Things are changing in the rural town, a theme park. No one knows who is actually behind the theme park, they think it may be Felix's brother, a reknown playboy with bags of money. Felix is the respectable lawyer of the town and on Council [...]

    11. when I saw this book was coming out I was a bit worried, I love Churchminster and was worried I wouldn't enjoy this new book with unknown characters but I was so wrong! From the moment I picked up this book I was hooked, I loved the new characters and felt like I was welcomed into the town and faced their troubles with them. can't wait til Jo's next book and hope we can visit Beeversham again someday!

    12. This book was ok, but there was so much going on with the different characters from one town, at times I was left confused. Some of the plot was bizarre, especially the pretty women partThe book lacked a spark that makes you unable to put it down, normally I can read a book in a week, this took a month and I had to push myself to finish itWould make a good chill out holiday read

    13. Although I loved churchminster a lovely new village to bring the new characters to life. Sometimes predictable but a must for any Jo Carnegie fan!

    14. Didn't get into it until about half through when Jo's writing really shone through. I was racking my brains about the Catherine Connor connection for ages.

    15. This is the first Jo Carnegie novel I've read, but def not the last .An easy going book, fast paced, and a real page turner if you want a good easy Summer read, then this is the book for you!

    16. Thought this was terrible, so much so that I only read half of it & gave up. Poorly written, boring, predictable & cheesy! Not to mention full of stereotypes. Definitely not for me!

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