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Conditional Love All Her Life She Has Dreamed Of A Home Of Her Own, So What S Holding Her Back Sophie Stone, Thirty Something Serial Procrastinator, Lover Of Take That, Tesco Knickers And Tea With Two Sugars, Rarely Steps Out Of Her Comfort ZoneSo When An Unexpected Inheritance From A Great Aunt She S Never Met Forces Her To Meet Her Father, It Threatens The Very Foundations Of Sophie S WorldWhat Did The Old Lady Want Her To Discover Was There To Her Parents Break Up Than She Was Lead To Believe Sophie Will Have To Face Some Startling Home Truths Before She Can Finally Build A Future On Her Own Terms



10 thoughts on “Conditional Love

  1. says:

    The original review was posted here she ever wanted was a place called home Nice and cozy place where she could be herself Not that Sophie didn t like her two flatmates, they were her best friends And there was Marc, with that well shaped body wrapped around her.And then, Marc dumped her On Valentine s Eve How cruel is that One letter changed everything She inherits a property from an au


  2. says:

    Grabbed this when it was free onthe other day, because it looked cute.Sort of a Bridget Jones like vibe to it If you enjoyed that then you ll probably like this one It s not a copycat story or anything, but it has the same sort of feel Sophie is in her early 30 s, British, feels she s a few pounds overweight, and has a piss poor lovelife Although, it s hard to feel sorry for her since it s he


  3. says:

    I quickly got the impression that Sophie s love life was not very successful and found it super easy to warm to her character, I believe the comfortable style of writing was partially responsible for that Her naivety was just one of the things that made me like her so much, I enjoyed seeing how her character grew throughout the storyline and becamesure about her own life I also really liked her ro


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    Sophie is dumped on Valentines day and the story follows her from that day for the next year I like how the character develops over the year The side characters in this book were excellent and kept the story flowing I enjoy the friends and family element to the story including the development of Sophie and her father My only issue was there wasn t much surprise to the story but still a cute enough read


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    Originally posted on was wonderful I adore Cathy Bramley Absolutely love the socks off the woman Her writing is just a pure comfort to slip into, whether that be her FABULOUS Ivy Lane series, or her GORGEOUS Appleby Farm series, both of which I seriously enjoyed, Cathy has a sensational voice that I could listen to again and again and again, on repeat, all of the freaking time If you haven t already treated


  6. says:

    3.5 stars.Hmm, I m not sure what to say about conditional love I expected something wonderful, like the author s other books I read before Unfortunately, I didn t like Sophie I only did when she was being enthusiastic about designing etc But between those moments she somehow was a little annoying being stupid Especially regarding the Marc thing He was just too obvious Even a fictional character in a book had to


  7. says:

    Posted in full Conditional Love has recently been re worked and re published, making it Cathy Bramley s third Corgi paperback and, to be expected, just as wonderful as the others I adored this novel right from the first page and never stopped it was a typically heart warming, glorious romantic comedy, beautifully delivered with realistically observed emotions and a hint of a romance thanks to certain architect that y


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    Originally posted on This Chick ReadsCopy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest reviewConditional Love is Cathy Bramley s debut which she self published back in 2013 Soon after releasing it, it went flying up the charts and winning the hearts of so many romance readers It was just a matter of time till she snatched a deal with a publisher Transworld Two years after the first release of her debut, Cathy s rew


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    Conditional Love is about Sophie Stone, who lives in Nottingham and shares a flat with her two best friends She works for a local paper and is not entirely satisfied with her job Also, her boyfriend dumps her on Valentine s Day and doesn t really seem to care that much about it, because she was apparently too boring anyways So the day might not be her best yet, that is until she receives a letter from a solicitor s office sayi


  10. says:

    I was delighted when Cathy approached me to review her book as unbeknownst to her I had already downloaded my own copy and was looking forward to reading it, as from the blurb it sounded like a promising read.The book is written in a humourous style that engages you from the first page as we meet Sophie Stone expecting her boyfriend to propose on Valentine s Day, only to find he dumps her instead The book is easy to read and that i


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