Little Wishes audiobook
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This story was heartwarming, heartbreaking and just so beautifully descriptive and original. Give yourself ir dineine you love a gift of this book. Savor every word. So good.
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Past regrets, we all have them.
Audiobook Little Wishes by Michelle Adams
Audio Little Wishes narrated by Joan Walker
I wanted to take a break from something heavy and find a book that would allow me to escape and feel good. Little Wishes is a sweet little story of a love that didnt quite work out. Tom, a fisherman, jumped in the ocean off the Cornish coast to save the life of a woman who was drowning. The lady had Alzheimers and had wandered away from her house. Her daughter, Elizabeth, is engaged to James who is a doctor who is getting ready to take over Elizabeths fathers medical practice. Elizabeth seeks out Tom to thank him for saving her mother. There is an attraction between the two and a short romance but obstacles intervene.
Tom moves to London and has a new life. Each year, Tom comes back and leaves a note and a blue crocus on the front stoop. Elizabeth never sees him. On the 50th year, there is no note on the other side of her front door, so she decides to go to London to find Tom. The book alternates between then and now. I thought the book was sweet but it was too slow. I think it would have been better as a short story or a novella. I can see it as a Hallmark movie. My thanks to Harper Collins William Morrow and NetGalley for an ARC. The opinions in this review are my own.
3.5 rounded to 4
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Little Wishes by Michelle Adams is a charming story of young love thwarted, which somehow turns around in the last weeks of life. Elizabeth Davenport was the daughter of the doctor in the village and therefore a cut above mot of the villagers. She was engaged to her father’s young partner, De. James Warbeck although she was not really sure she loved him. It began when her mother, a victim of early onset Alzheimer’s, wandered away from home and fell into the water. A young fisherman named Tom Hale saved her from drowning and that was when it began. It was innocent enough. She thanked him; they went for a walk. It morphed into more. Through the machinations of the town, as well as her father and James, their lives were split, although he said he would always love her. And he had. For 49 years, on this day there had been a flower and a wish on her doorstep. But, not this year. She decided she had to go to London to find out why not. She found out and so began her journey; hers and Tom’s.
This was a beautiful book. It jumped from current day to 50 years earlier when all this had happened. The story unfolded gently, mostly through Elizabeth’s memories. Tom was there, too. Then and now. Elizabeth was a prideful and stubborn woman. As are most thwarted love stories, this one was a lack of communication; perhaps a refusal to communicate. The times they had tried, something got in the way, so they gave up. Tom never believed himself good enough, but her never stopped loving her. It was truly a great love story, one well worth the read. I recommend it. A way to live; a way to die; a way to love.
I was invited to read a free ARC of Little Wishes by Netgalley. All opinions and interpretations contained herein are solely my own. #netgalley #littlewishes
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