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A five star honeymoon in Rome - what more could a girl want? In Amy's case, a husband might come in handy... but with the cost of a cancelled wedding to mop up, and no chance of a refund on the honeymoon, she's jetting off to bask in the Italian sunshine alone. Except no one seems willing to leave her alone....

Title : Amy's Honeymoon
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ISBN : 9780141018263
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 496 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Amy's Honeymoon Reviews

  • Cristina Caladia
    2019-05-10 00:02

    Este libro me lo compré pensando “es perfecto para llevármelo a la playa” nada más lejos de la realidad. Si bien no me gusta segmentar ni catalogar, esta es una novela de chicas, pero de chicas aburridas con mucho tiempo libre y con ganas de desperdiciarlo. Sí, me incluyo.Y es que la trama ya te avisa “no te lo leas” pero una que no escarmienta piensa: “a lo mejor es divertido, y como es cortito…” ERROR.Reseña completa en:

  • Ria
    2019-05-08 19:47

    Amy's marriage plans have taken a disastrous turn at the last minute and she ends up on the advice of her friend Gaby going alone to Rome on her honeymoon.At first as Gaby said Amy thought she might pick up the pieces of her shattered life and be empowered by holidaying alone but all she feels is miserable in a city associated with love.While there she meets the flighty Lisa who leads her on many adventures and the dashing Hal Blackstock an actor struggling with his career who with which she hopes to divert herself from the disaster with Doug but are these new friends really right for Amy?Or is she forced to take a fresh evaluation of her life and put herself and what she wants first for once?A light, frothy and enjoyable romantic chick lit read.

  • Stefennie
    2019-05-20 20:36

    very weak 2 1/2 * the story didn't really go anywhere and the ending was left unanswered

  • Vickie Taylor
    2019-05-15 20:46

    Very typical 'chick lit' but there's nothing wrong with that! Nice easy story that flowed well with a small twist at the end. Definitely a good holiday read.

  • Meghan Cooper
    2019-05-05 23:45

    I've read one of Julia's books before and I was really looking forward to reading this book. I do think this was an excellent book but it just wasn't good enough, I think that Julia has so much more potential but this book didn't show it. It was a very slow story in terms of storyline, it didn't really go anywhere. The story did move along fast but I think it needed more things to happen. It was a guessable storyline and it didn't make me go "Wow, I wasn't expecting that!!". On the other hand it was funny, liked the idea of the overall book. I just thought it could have been more fairytale like. When you pick up a pink book with a bride on it you expect her to fall in love and you expect a happy ending but it was boring because it didn't end up like a fairytale. I didn't like the movie star "Hal", I could tell from the first moment that the author didn't like Hal and quite rightly because he wasn't a nice person. It was because of the way that she described Hal that I could easily guess the ending. I thought like I said that the storyline had no bulk to it and therefore it wasn't great. I did actually quite like the book but I was disappointed with it.

  • Rebecca
    2019-05-24 01:04

    God, I am so over chick-lit (you know I’m not, but after this book, oy). Girl and Guy break up like the night before they are getting married and Girl can’t get a refund on her honeymoon, so she still goes. She stays at a swank hotel in Rome where a movie star who is in town for the premier of his new movie is also staying. Guess what happens!!! But it is so lame. In the description of the Girl, he says she has a “cute space between her teeth” and when he asks her name and she says “Amy” he thinks, Pretty. How fake and lame can this be?! While Amy is a fine name, the first thing that any dude would think is NOT “pretty”. It’s plain, it’s boring, it’s fine! And a space between the two front teeth? Am I the only one that thinks shit like that is horrid? I have major issues with fucked up teeth and that is one of them. Ugh, that whole paragraph when that scene occurred really pissed me off. Otherwise, the Dude (actor) wasn’t that bad. And the girl was kind of an idiot (duh) but it wasn’t the worst book ever. They don’t even end up together in the end and the Girl ends up with no one. YAY!Grade: C

  • Mavis
    2019-04-26 23:48

    Mientras leía este libro, me encontré con partes un tanto aburridas, pero al final lo encontré emocionante porque cuando creía que sabia lo que sucederia, la historia cambiaba y terminaba con algo totalmente diferente.Me gusto que Amy se hubiera ido sola a Roma, es justo donde demuestra lo imprescindible del novio, aun cuando ella sufrió mucho, al menos supo levantarse y seguir adelante.No lo leas si no quieres pasar horas leyendo como ha sido su horrorosa vida amorosa.

  • Jule
    2019-05-20 21:46

    I'm a fan of chick-lit every once in a while, but to be honest, this was one of the worst books in this genre I've ever read. The characters were awful, except for some of the minor characters and the story jumped from one point to another. The only reason I didn't only give one star, was the ending, which was kind of nice and "rescued" the book a little.

  • Rebecca Haslam
    2019-05-06 01:01

    Not a great deal I can say about this book to be honest. It pretty much runs along the lines of a multitude of other chick lit style books I have come across in recent times, hence the low mark. However, I did like the ending where Amy realises who and what is best for her - I think we all need or are destined to have a moment like that.

  • Karschtl
    2019-05-20 02:47

    Interesting to see who Amy ends up with at the very end. I think this is the most suitable choice from all the available male characters in the book.Quite enjoyable chick-lit, there are worse. But on the other hand - since it took me more than a week to read the 372 pages, it cannot be all that good, otherwise I would have been more eager to know how the story continues.

  • Sharleen
    2019-05-18 00:48

    The night before Amy gets married she calls the wedding off and goes to Rome her honeymoon destination on her own. There she meets other hotel guests one being a movie star. She makes friends with him, will it become more? A good story, kept me glued to it and didn't end how I thought it was going to.

  • Linda
    2019-05-22 20:03

    This isn't my usual sort of thing. I picked it up in the borrow box at work. It's a decent, light read. Though the characters are not a well-developed as I might prefer, the descriptions are good and the humour is better. Romance of one sort and another is integral to the story, but not overdone.My conclusion: a slightly fluffy, but reasonably well-written chick novel.

  • Jayne
    2019-05-05 23:55

    It was a struggle to finish. The two main characters were such losers, I was completely uninterested in what happened to them. If I hadn't spent money on buying the book, I wouldn't have bothered finishing it.

  • Joanne
    2019-05-18 21:49

    funny, slick and very romantic, though not in an obvious way. Amy's wedding is called off, she goes to Rome and she meets film star Hal but the ending isn't what you think it's going to be. Great book for on the beach or beside a pool.

  • Elaine
    2019-05-04 02:04

    A light easy read, not the best book I have read, it was the first time Ive read a book by Julia Llewellyn and I might read more of her books if I get the chance, the story line was a bit borning but an ok book if you want a light easy book to read.

  • Kitvaria Sarene
    2019-05-11 00:44

    Nice and entertaining read, but didn't click with me as much as "The love trainer" and some other of her books did. Still a nice read, but not one of her best - for me at least it lacked a bit in bursting out laughing.

  • Margarita
    2019-05-15 18:38

    I LOVED this book. It was amazing to read about Amy an everyday girl fall in love with a star. Hal Black-stock, fell in love with Amy as well. Any girl would love to have that happen to her, but Amy's wedding just got called off. I just loved reading how the story unfolds. I enjoyed the book.

  • Joanne Rawson
    2019-05-23 19:02

    This is the first book by this author i have read. An easy read while on the beach. Well written but i wanted more umph. Having said that i would try more of this authors books to compare it with.

  • Renae
    2019-04-29 19:56

    Another romantic comedy read while pregnant. (see books on my pregnancy brain shelf). The main appeal of this book was that it was an easy read.

  • Michelle Green
    2019-05-13 01:37

    This was a lovely girlie book, typically predictable yet was perfect for reading on the beach relaxing in the sun :o)

  • Caz
    2019-05-04 22:43

    I enjoyed it but it was a bit ... Fairytalish!

  • Becky
    2019-04-26 22:50

    It was a good book, but the ending disappointed me a bit. Nice light read.

  • Tierney
    2019-04-25 23:36

    its was ok, not my usual kind of book, but i enjoyed it, it was something to read i guess. not a predictable storyline either so i recommend for older readers

  • Lydia
    2019-05-21 03:04

    It was a happy, chirpy book which kept me entertained, and it kept mentioning Swindon- and i live near there! :D

  • Amie
    2019-04-29 00:04

    Read this on holiday in the sun, someone left it behind at the hotel and it was something to read, so gave it a go. I wouldn't usually read this kind of book but it wasn't that bad.

  • Fluffychick
    2019-05-17 01:06

    More interesting than the usual chick-lit fare and a less obvious ending. Good fun.

  • Letitia
    2019-05-07 18:44

    Not quite as predictable as I initially thought it was going to be, but close. Mildly enjoyable, but my overall review can be summed up one one word. Meh.

  • Lisa
    2019-05-13 18:36

    Cute chick-lit, love the Roman setting (this is the second book I've read recently that takes part in Rome), but nothing spectacular or very funny.

  • Wendy Chard
    2019-05-06 23:45

    I'm starting to think that maybe it's better to read nothing than to read chick lit.

  • Elisa Narborough
    2019-05-01 18:57

    Read this years ago and I loved it at the time, do not remember it very well now though!