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  1. Dale Harcombe Dale Harcombe says:

    I started this book thinking it would be light and amusing read Claire and her husband William have renovated their home in the country But lately it seems William spends all his time either at work or working on the house William is uite frankly a pain He and his parents are controlling and only concerned with what they want Claire doesn’t get much of a say in anything except her kitchen which she loves Even the three children are expected by William to be clean and never make a mess As if Children need to be children and part of that means sometimes there will be a mess or a house may not always be tidy So in a way it’s hardly surprising when Claire’s head is turned by Stefan the photographer who comes to photograph their home for the magazine Idyllic HomesI felt uite sorry for Claire initially with her control freak of husband but as the book went on I was appalled at some of her impetuous selfish and reckless decisions that end up having conseuences she could never have foreseen As I found myself losing sympathy for Claire I found myself not reluctant to keep reading However I did read to the end Those who are into chick lit and romance may like it better than I did


  2. Christine P Christine P says:

    Claire has three beautiful children a gorgeous husband William and a growing vintage textile business The photo shoot by Idyllic Homes of their stunning cottage gives her than she expectedWilliam has a busy job by day and evenings and weekends he is passionately extending their home with a new conservatory a new kitchen etcStefan the photographer for the magazine is gorgeous and charming and makes Claire laugh he is good with the children and the cat There is a definite spark between them and Claire begins to uestion her perfect lifeClaire's spare time is taken up with creating and sourcing things for her new business'Emily Love'Her and William don't spend much time together like they did before the children came along Her favourite room is the kitchen filled with colour and fittings she chose and made The rest of the house has been William and his mothers visionLife has a way of moving you in different directions some of those not planned This book for me was an excellent read I warmed to the characters easily and was unsure of the outcome until just before the end This is the first book I have read by Kate Glanville courtesy of lovereadingcouk but it will not be my last I have already downloaded her other book to start next I recommend you to read this I am sure you will enjoyA perfect home is where the heart is


  3. Janssen Janssen says:

    Read half of this on the airplane and finished it up that same day Just a nice fluffy read Reminded me a bit of Emily Griffith where I couldn't tell where it was going I saw several flaws after the fact but during the actual reading I was really caught up in it


  4. Ronel Mick Ronel Mick says:

    For me the book shows the strengths weaknesses and emotional roller coaster of us females How we look after everyone around us and forget about the badge that reads MOM


  5. Tracey Cornell Tracey Cornell says:

    Good book but not my kind of thing


  6. Bernadette Robinson Bernadette Robinson says:

    A strong 710 that might have made 8 if it hadn't been in need of better proof reading I enjoyed this easy to read rom com style story It proves to us that the grass is not always greener on the other side and that we should sometimes allow people the benefit of the doubtClaire and William appear to have it all a perfect home a happy marriage or so it seems three lovely children and jobs that suit them both wellAppearances are not always what they seem and when a photographer arrives at the 'Perfect Home' to take some shots for a magazine article Claire's world is rocked a little as she begins to wonder if the house means to her husband than she and the family do I found all the characters engaging and at times I just wanted Claire to wake up and smell the coffee to be honest The children were adorable and I think deep down that William would have preferred them to have been seen but not heardWell worth picking up if you get the chance in my opinion


  7. Jane Jane says:

    I read this on the sunbed on holiday as this popped through the letterbox from Lovereading as I was about to leave to fly off for a much needed breakI did enjoy this book it is chick lit and a bit gooey like a marshmallow After the strains of work this was easy to readClaire the main character has the life we all want fab home own businesskids and gorgous husband you think what do want I would settle for that Then along comes a photographer to shoot photographs for the predictably named Idyllic Home magazine in the middle of a heatwave for the christmas editionPredictably again Claire realises life may not be as perfect as she once thoughtThis is a good summer book it is esacpism and a good romance


  8. Bookread2day Bookread2day says:

    A Perfect Home by Kate Glanville is one the best stories that I have read so far this year This is a book that I will treasure for life I loved this story from page one It really grabbed my attention To me Kate Glanvillie is a brilliant story teller Claire has it all a beautiful cottage that you can just picture and a handsome husband and three children Claire runs her own vintage textile buisness But when her house appears in an interior magazine she falls for the photographer This is certainly a must a read for readers that like marriage and family problem stories


  9. Janet Janet says:

    I loved this story I read it in no time and couldn't put it down It is an easy frothy read which would be great for holidays Sometimes I am in the mood for a light easy read and this kept my interest and I went to bed early to read it I have already bought her other book on my kindle as I really enjoyed this


  10. Theresa Theresa says:

    I didn't like this book at all This woman who had a perfect lifehome marriage and children had her head turned by a photographer from a glossy magazine At no time did she show in any way that she was unhappy within her marriage It just annoyed me I know that you should suspend belief when reading but I just couldn't with this


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A Perfect Home [Ebook] ➩ A Perfect Home Author Kate Glanville – Thomashillier.co.uk Claire appears to have it all the kind of life you read about in magazines; a beautiful cottage three gorgeous children a handsome husband in William and her own flourishing vintage textile business B Claire appears to have it all the kind of life you read about in magazines; a beautiful cottage three gorgeous children a handsome husband in William and her own flourishing vintage textile business But when an interiors magazine sends a good looking photographer to take A Perfect MOBI :↠ pictures of Claire's perfect home he makes her wonder if the house means to William than she does This is the beautifully observed and poignant love story of a woman who has to find out if home really is where the heart is.

  • Paperback
  • 402 pages
  • A Perfect Home
  • Kate Glanville
  • 28 June 2014
  • 9781783755097

About the Author: Kate Glanville

Kate Glanville was born in West Africa to Irish parents Kate now lives in the small town of Llandeilo on the edge on The Brecon Beacons National Park with her three children four cats a crazy dog a rabbit and three sheep She graduated with A Perfect MOBI :↠ a degree in fashion design at Central St Martins and worked in the textile industry before becoming a ceramic artist Kate's tableware designs have been.