New Beginnings by Fern Britton
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Reading time at the moment is a precious, precious thing, and therefore I was surprised to find out that this book by Fern Britton was 400 pages long; it seemed like a quick read.
I'm not suggesting or one moment that the quality was tip-top/first class/top drawer, but it was sufficiently okay.
I was intrigued to see how a fairly well known Z list celeb would handle the change to writer ... they all seem to be doing it don't they? ... and was actually pleasantly surprised.
I can't say that I would actively seek out more of her work, but if I ever get the chance to lounge by a pool, this would be the kind of un-demanding read that would make a perfect read a bit, sip a bit, read a bit more.
400 pages; Kindle Download; Contemporary, Romance
I borrowed an electronic copy from my local Library and used Overdrive to read it on Baby (Kindle Fire HD).
The good ... the bad ... the ugly
Good: With a Kindle fire, borrowing ebooks from the local library is a breeze with the Overdrive app. However, it does limit features such as bookmarking.
The standard of grammar was acceptable.
Bad: Nothing outright bad I am pleased to report.
Ugly: A few formatting errors, for example missing capital letters at the start of chapters etc. Not many.