Une rencontre au bord de l eau

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‎La suite des aventures de Flora et des habitants sur l'île de Mure, qui, bousculé dans leur quotidien bien tranquille, ouvrent leur horizon culturel! Flora MacKenzie a troqué sa vie londonienne pour ouvrir un charmant café au bord de l'eau sur l'île écossaise de Mure, où elle a retrouvé sa fa. Une rencontre au bord de l'eau est le 2ème tome de la série de Jenny Colgan, centré sur la vie de Flora MacKenzie, revenue vivre sur l'île de Mure, accompagnée de Joël son ancien patron, maintenant compagnon.

Je n'ai pas écrit compagnon de vie, car Joel, maintenant avocat du richissime Colton, est très peu présent sur Mure, ce qui attriste profondément Flora et laisse un gouffre entre eux. Flora est . Plongez-vous dans le livre Au bord de l'eau Une rencontre au bord de l'eau de Jenny Colgan au format Grand Format.

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Overall, the plot was delightful to read and I did enjoy it. There is a third book in the series, set at Christmas time, which I intend to read when the nights are not so warm and balmy! Only after you have read the first one of the series. September 1, Update: Jenny Colgan makes me laugh, cry, laugh again, cry again, hug my husband really hard, and then want to experience it all over again. How the heck am I going be able to wait for the sequel?

Sorry Jenny, I just didn't dig this one. It was an endless drudgery of self-loathing, worrying, lacking humor and other factors book that just couldn't get over itself. It wallows in the pain of its subject matter and won't let you up for air. It's just flat out soul sucking in the end for my taste. She never disappoints and her books are always a joy to read. I was really looking forward to reading this follow on to the seaside kitchen and hearing more about the people who live there and it didn't let me down at all so well written and a simple read with great characters you can really imagine yourself there on the island as described it so well.

It's romantic I'm places but upsetting in others as well and you are hooked from the first page. So readable I really do recommend you get it. The book is still about flora in a big way as she rubs the seasi I was really looking forward to reading this follow on to the seaside kitchen and hearing more about the people who live there and it didn't let me down at all so well written and a simple read with great characters you can really imagine yourself there on the island as described it so well.

The book is still about flora in a big way as she rubs the seaside kitchen and is in a relationship with Joel but he's always away with work and very distant with her. Flora goes out to America to surprise her boyfriend is this the best move for her to do and does he slowly start to open up about his past as a child. Lorna is very keen on the dr but he is married but his wife and two young children are missing and he's about to get shocking news that will change his life and how does he and the people involved cope with this as its not an easy time for them all.

As the winter turns to simmer can everyone be happy or is there more shocking news still to come with more of island people. Great characters and I highly recommend reading as hooked from the first page. I adored book one too. The character are so rich, so engaging, so real I fell in love with them and the entire town.

I absolutely adored every single page. In this one - although very romance-centered, there is a storyline that will hurt your HEA heart. The main couple has a HEA but there is a storyline that a romance-only book fan will not like.

But this town and the people in it - can not be missed. I can't believe this author has never come onto my radar. HUGE thanks to Angie https: It's a must read. Doesn't the cover make you want to dive right in? Well it does for me as I am a huge Jenny Colgan fan. If you haven't read any of her books I would strongly recommend them with a big mug of tea and a biscuit or two. This story is all about life on Mure it follows on from the seaside kitchen where we first meet all the wonderful residents that live there.

The characters make you feel as though your part of the community and shows you that no matter what your going through they will always pull to Doesn't the cover make you want to dive right in? The characters make you feel as though your part of the community and shows you that no matter what your going through they will always pull together to help you.

The added bonus is when you finish the book and there are some cracking recipes to test out yourself. Once I started this brilliant read, I easily finished it within a couple of hours as I became so entranced by the magic of the island of Mure and by the astonishingly excellent storylines and characters.

This books packs a real emotional punch and readers would be forgiven that they weren't going to find such emotions and feelings running through what many would term a 'chick-lit' book.

No this goes way beyond that, dealing with plot lines that would in the most recent past never have been dared to be mentioned in books in this genre. Not once did Jenny shy away from her subject matter but in fact the male characters really come to prominence in this book and that was so refreshing. To get the male perspective of things, although in this case one or two are hiding things with what they think is good reason, rarely if ever happens in most of the books I read.

The women weren't forgotten but I sensed we had come to know both Flora and Lorna previously and although we see how they are feeling as well the men get their chance to step into the spotlight and in doing so provided a really well rounded view of all the characters and the ups and downs they are experiencing on the tiny island of Mure in Scotland.

The Endless Beach can easily be read as a standalone as Jenny has written an authors note bringing readers up to date with the characters. But I think if you read this on its own although you would love it as much as I did I feel you would be missing out on what makes this series so compulsive and you would want to fully understand why said characters act the way do. So do indulge yourself and read all three books preferably one after the other without any interruptions.

As I was already familiar with the characters I felt I wasn't looking out for hints as to their previous stories and I could just launch straight into the story and see what was going on now.

Admittedly I was reading along and at first I wasn't finding Jenny's writing as gripping as I usually do, there was nothing wrong with the story per se it's just that compulsive urge to keep turning the pages wasn't there. At this stage I was getting slightly worried as this has never happened to me when reading a book by this author before.

Then all of a sudden everything started happening and I couldn't get enough. There was no way I was going to bed until I had finished this captivating book which provided so much more than your usual run of the mill boy meets girl story. It was great to discover what happens next to the characters after we have left them behind in the previous books so the reader is not left wondering 'is it all plain sailing in a bed of roses or are you meant to work at things to keep the romance alive?

The setting for The Endless Beach was just perfect, the wild and rugged island of Mure which I had fallen in love with when reading Flora's story. All the characters I had come to know were once again present and I am glad there wasn't that many new characters bar maybe Mark and Marsha introduced. This allowed us to get to know the ins and outs of the small rural community even more, Island living is all about community and sharing. Not partly due to the fact Flora is that bit too generous especially when it comes to the boys who visit thanks to Charlie and Jan's outward bound charity.

Flora has such a good heart and I was pleased to see her romance with Joel was in the beginning very much on an even keel. You could see the passion, love and deep appreciation they had for each other.

Flora had battled for her man and won and she wasn't going to let him go that easily even if his city colleagues wonder what he is doing with her and the islanders question whether Joel is really suited to small island life. Joel is a lawyer and a very busy one at that. Colton, a billionaire who hopes to open The Rock hotel, has employed him to do some work as a matter of great urgency. This in turn takes Joel away from the island and there in lies the problem for the majority of the novel.

Flora feels Joel slipping away from her, the longer he is away from the island working. Initially I thought woah hold on Flora you are totally over acting. If he is busy of course he can't answer every time you ring.

I thought she was reading far too much into things and should just enjoy the relationship and hang on until Joel could return. Colton seemed to have some sort of hold over Joel and I was worried that something nasty was afoot. Things seemed to spiral out of control fairly rapidly and maybe Flora had been intuitive enough to see her worries at such a distance may have been justified.

I wanted everything to be OK for the pair, for them just to enjoy being together, but as is true to life things have to be worked at and some times distance and time may help to put things right.

But still at the back of my mind I wanted to know the underlying things going on. Surely behind all this stress and worry was a very valid reason for Joel remaining so shut off and aloof, for that was what he was for most of the time. When the reasons become clear I understood Joel so much more. It was lovely too to see things between Colton and Fintan, Flora's brother, stepping up a gear and also the author acknowledged the fact that in such a small community where narrow minded views could abound especially in a traditional family that maybe people were starting to became more open and understanding.

The other male getting more of a storyline was Saif, the Syrian doctor not long on the island. Oh how I felt for Saif, his feelings of utter desolation and hopelessness. He feels like a fish out of water in this alien community.

Yes he goes through the motions of doing his job caring for the sick and for those who claim to have an illness but just really need a chat. He may be present in body on the island but his mind is firmly rooted with his wife and two children whom he left behind in Syria several years ago. He has heard nothing from them and as each day passes he never gives up hope that they will all be reunited.

Again the author was highlighting a modern day crisis which all too often tends to be brushed under the carpet and never gets explored in books. Saif is living a daily hell full of nightmares and although early morning walks on the endless beach and bumping into Lorna every now and again soothe his soul momentarily, the thoughts and horrors soon come rushing back into his heart and mind.

Saif keeps himself distant and separate from the islanders bar treating them when necessary as he continues to wait on news. But all the islanders want to do is help to show their community spirit is alive and well and sincere not fake or false. Will Saif see a change in fortune or are things going to get much more challenging before any hope is in sight? I couldn't begin to understand what Saif was experiencing but the author certainly did a remarkable job of conveying what turmoil he was going though on a daily basis.

I hoped Saif would eventually find some comfort. The Endless Beach provides comfort and escape for the reader. It felt like returning to old familiar friends and for several hours the real world remained at bay whilst I enjoyed everything the island of Mure and its residents were offering me.

This was certainly an emotional roller coaster which offered numerous laugh out loud moments Agot springs to mind — I think she now rivals Neil the puffin for my affections but at the same time a deeper more hidden depth of feelings were explored mainly from the men's side and for this I applaud Jenny Colgan. There were two crucial points where I exclaimed oh no out loud because I couldn't believe what I was reading. I was saddened and disheartened and then several pages later hopeful.

The islanders and Flora, Joel, Saif, Lorna and co are resilient but times are testing them. The way the book ended I felt left room for another story and I do hope Jenny has more in the pipeline. I loved this book and am gutted it had to end if only it could have been as endless just like the beach in the title.

I am a huge Jenny Colgan fan and it's usually a real highlight for me when a new book comes Out. Her books are usually funny, charming and provide a much needed light escape from the real world. This was not one of those books. This tackled some really serious issues and at times was really depressing. I read these books for a laugh and an escape from serious things not to be clobbered over the head with them.

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I have been a huge fan of Jenny Colgan's novels for as long as I can remember, with All reviews can be found on my blog at https: I have been a huge fan of Jenny Colgan's novels for as long as I can remember, with every new release raising the bar just that little bit higher in terms of brilliance.

It has completely sent the bar skyrocketing into space. Well my lovely readers, I mean that Jenny Colgan has written her best book ever with 'The Endless Beach', without a doubt. Hand on heart, I have never read a book which I took me a couple of hours to read without stopping, due to me not wanting to break the hold which the author unknowingly had on me.

The storyline pulled me in to a world I never knew existed. A place where friendships weren't just friendships, they were lifelines. A place where helping each other wasn't expected, yet the community helped those who needed it without question, or judgement.

A place where a cafe wasn't just a place to grab a coffee and a quick bite to it, it was a place where the community could go whenever they felt lonely, knowing full well that someone would be willing to have a natter.

A place where romance isn't determined by whats in your trousers, but what is in your heart. Before starting 'The Endless Beach', I had absolutely no idea what sort of journey the book would take me on and, if I'm being totally honest, even after reading the book I couldn't even begin to tell you what sort of journey I went on.

All I know is that it was a journey I had never been on before. A journey which I will be remembering for a very, very long time. I wish I could go into detail about what I loved about this book, but because I don't want to give anything away, you're just going to have to trust me when I say that you need to read this book without stopping. Ignore your bladder, and just read.

This enchanting storyline needs to be cherished without the spell being broken. Not only did 'The Endless Beach' make me smile until my cheeks hurt, it made me cry tears of joy and tears of pain.

I felt the pain which certain characters endured. I felt the joy within joyous situations. Everything about this book was perfection - I cannot recommend 'The Endless Beach' enough. Never mind being a book about an 'Endless Beach', it's a storyline with 'endless' possibilities, 'endless' joy, with 'endless' reasons to keep fighting when life throws you sand balls. This is, without a doubt, Jenny Colgan's best book yet, and it deserves to be cherished like the magnificent book that it is.

Beautifully written, enchanting, heart stopping, and utterly poignant; 'The Endless Beach' will warm your heart like the sun on a summer's day - absolutely incredible.

If you love Jenny Colgansbooks as much as me then this is not a book to be missed. Without doubt a must read for all. I simply loved this book. It was beautiful, romantic, emotional and heartbreaking. I greedily gobbled up this book in one sitting and absolutely loved it from beginning to end. It was so lovely to go back to Mure again. A place I would absolutely love to live. Even though If you love Jenny Colgansbooks as much as me then this is not a book to be missed.

Even though I know it is fictional it sounds such a beautiful place to inhabit. Being surrounded by the sea and the rolling hills sounds idyllic. Although this book is mostly about the main character Flora who owns the Seaside Kitchen.

It is the other stories that run along side it. That make this book so beautiful. Especially the story of Finton and Coltan. Their love story is so beautiful and really moving. It had me in floods of tears. It is so nice to meet up with Saif again.

The refugee doctor that we meant in the little book that runs along side the Summer seaside kitchen. His love story and learning about his life and what he has, had to live through were really moving. Joel is also a pivotal person in this book. Who has his fair share of secrets and shocking announcements that we learn more about in this book.

This is the second book in the Summer Seaside kitchen, and although I would recommend you to read the Summer Seaside kitchen book first. Just so you get some more background and content to the story. This book can be read as a stand alone. Also while you are reading the first book. Make sure that you read the mini book that goes along side it.

Which introduces Saif to the little island. I always really love reading Jenny Colgan book as they always manage to put a smile on my face. All the characterisation in this book are Wonderful and you can help taking them all to heart and wishing them all lots of happiness. This really is a lovely book.

That I recommend you all to read. I for one absolutely loved it. Another gem by the fantastic author that is Jenny Colgan. I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.

This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. A character driven book that takes place on a Scottish Island of Mure. She never dreamt that her difficult but adorable boss would follow her. Joel is fed up with city life and is tired of sleeping with supermodels and is now looking for some peace I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.

Joel is fed up with city life and is tired of sleeping with supermodels and is now looking for some peace and quiet and Mure seems to bring that peace to his soul. Joels walls are still pretty high due to his past and he is now harboring a secret that causes him to feel sick. The book also follows Saif, a refugee doctor who is awaiting news of being reunited back with his wife and children. This storyline to me was my favorite, I really liked Saif's, character and it just felt emotional and more interesting.

It really hit me in the feels. There is a schoolteacher named Lorna who is absolutely in love with him, but things are complicated for Saif so it be interesting to see if there is another book.

The ending was kind of sad and happy at the same time, there is a bit of heartbreak added to the end of the story and as I did not read book one, it felt a bit like it was added for a shock factor or to add more substance to the story. The book is character driven, so you kind of have to like the characters in order to enjoy the book.

It follows these people in their life so not much happens for a while in the story and it can feel a little slow at points. I had a difficult time with Flora to be completely honest, she just could not seem to respect Joel's wishes. I understand why she did it, but she felt pushy. Also, she was a complete push over and I wish should would stand up for herself in the end, and I was waiting for it to happen but it never did.

What happened with her Cafe and the wedding, she should have used her voice. Going to end this review on that note because at this point I am rambling. Overall, it's a really great beach read. This review was originally posted on Night Owl Book Cafe I waver between 3 and 4 stars for this novel because there were parts of it I really liked and there were parts of it that totally annoyed me view spoiler [ Agot for one.

She talked much younger than a 4 year old or at least the preschool kids I am around. They went out once and that was it. Most books end with the co I waver between 3 and 4 stars for this novel because there were parts of it I really liked and there were parts of it that totally annoyed me view spoiler [ Agot for one.

Most books end with the couple getting together so it was nice that this was one was a direct continuation of book one and thus we can see what they must deal with being in a relationship with each other. And there is no resolution for anything really, and according to the synopsis for book three there is more drama and I am on the fence if I want to read it or not. I preferred the first book, it felt more contained oddly enough.

But this one is solid overall and I really enjoy these characters and the setting so hence the 3 stars. View all 3 comments. I have 5 authors that are guaranteed winners for me. Jenny Colgan is one of those writers that never disappoints. She crafts a sweet, romantic story about life on the small Scottish island of Mure. But for Flora, when she loves, she goes all in. I so enjoy how Ms. Colgan develops the various island relationships, small town coun I have 5 authors that are guaranteed winners for me.

Colgan develops the various island relationships, small town country atmosphere, and keeps each character interesting. The author includes a small section of information catching you up on who is who, what, where and why and this sets the scene beautifully.

Instead of trying to work everyone out, I just sank into the story — and a wonderful story it is. Life is real on Mure, everyone has their everyday issues to deal with and while they spend their lives in an idyllic setting, very few have idyllic lives.

The characters are, without exception, very endearing and island life is clearly laid out for the reader. My thanks to publishers Sphere for approving my copy via NetGalley. This is my honest, original and unbiased review. Quite simply, this is the best audiobook that I have ever listened to. It was like getting a hug from a book. I loved going past the supposed "happily ever after" of the first book with Flora, Joel, Fintan, Coltan and the rest, only to discover that this happiness is something that doesn't come easily.

This one was both sad and uplifting. If you get the chance to listen to the audio v Quite simply, this is the best audiobook that I have ever listened to. If you get the chance to listen to the audio version, it is well worth it.

Sarah Barron moves effortless through accents, making this book something special. I really enjoyed the first book in this series but this one was just ok for me. I usually pick up her books when I'm looking for a light escape read, but this one had quite a bit of darkness in it. The refugee crisis was part of it, which is the part I'm actually glad she included, but then someone had a nervous breakdown and someone else became terminally ill, and I just didn't want to go there.

It just became too dark as a whole. So it was just OK. The audio version was also, for me, not great I really enjoyed the first book in this series but this one was just ok for me. The audio version was also, for me, not great. The Scottish accents were excellent, but the American ones left a lot to be desired.

View all 4 comments. Sep 18, mindful. This series is especially magical: Lately Jenny Colgan was proving with her every new release what a brilliant author she is, and each of her book was better than the previous one.

However, with "The Endless Beach", she has probably outdone herself - this book is perfect in every way. I would go that far and say that it's probably Jenny Colgan's best yet. This book has fulfilled all of my expectations and more. It is heart - warming, uplifting, emotional and incredibly realistic, and written in this brilliant and unmatchable Jenn Lately Jenny Colgan was proving with her every new release what a brilliant author she is, and each of her book was better than the previous one.

It is heart - warming, uplifting, emotional and incredibly realistic, and written in this brilliant and unmatchable Jenny Colgan's writing style. This is a sequel to "The Summer Seaside Kitchen" that can be read as a standalone, but I personally would recommend to read the first book as well - even though there is a reminder in the letter from Jenny at the beginning of "The Endless Beach", which is very helpful btw, the first book was equally gorgeous and I think it will let you to understand the characters and their actions much better.

In "The Endless Beach" we're back to the island of Mure and the characters that I already love plus some of the new ones, that are equally adoring.

Flora's storyline was supposed to be the main one, and well, yes it was, but she shared the book pages equally with the other characters, whose stories and backgrounds and present were as intriguing and hooking as hers.

To be honest, I have a feeling that this time the male characters' subplots were more prominent in this story, which only made it feel refreshing and even more interesting as if it were possible! This time it were the men that were hiding something, not the women! The story of Saif was heart - breaking. It was very actual and even though I may think it is a topic that doesn't necessarily belong in fiction, I could give the author a standing ovation for writing it this way and for finding the courage to make one of her lead character a refugee.

It was brilliant to see that the islanders - of course, after initial reservations - accepted him with open arms and what they did later when he brought someone to the island was absolutely gorgeous. His story was such an eye - opener, too, and I fell for him immediately, and I could cry when reading about his past.

It was great to be back with Fintan, who can finally be himself and I loved his relationship with Colton, how much in love they were with each other, how they were around each other. There was of course a secret involved and even though I might have started to suspect something, the reveal has totally took me by surprise, took my breath away and made my cry because it was written in such a beautiful, sweet, gentle way, and you could feel through the pages the love and desperation there.

I really don't know how it is possible to write such raw emotions, I think Jenny Colgan has just got into his head. The author didn't forget about our girls, of course. Flora and Lorna's feelings and emotions are true to life.

It was brilliant to see what's happening in their lives after we have left them behind, closing "The Summer Seaside Kitchen".

I must admit, I have expected that Flora's life and her relationship with Joel would be plain sailing but it turned out it is far from this. They had their ups and downs and there were some moments that I got a headache as it seemed they just can't communicate with each other in a normal way. I so wanted to bang their heads together because I so wanted this relationship to work and it just seemed that they rub each other up the wrong way, they're getting hot and cold with each other all the time.

This relationship was so genuine and so raw, they both felt so vulnerable in it because they loved so much but didn't know how to show this, and it made me feel so, so desperate!

Flora has such a big heart, and not only when it comes to be generous when running her own business, no, she's just a wonderful, good natured person. There is so much passion in her in all aspects of her life, she doesn't do things halfway through and I just kept everything crossed for her and for Joel. Signaler ce contenu Voir la page de la citation.

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Accueil Mes livres Ajouter des livres. Une rencontre au bord de l'eau infos Critiques 16 Citations 11 Forum. Acheter ce livre sur. Critiques, Analyses et Avis 16 Voir plus Ajouter une critique. Signaler ce contenu Voir la page de la critique. L'eau est partout , l'eau fait partie d'eux L'histoire de Joel est aussi touchante.

Flora s'interroge sur leur couple et sur Joel qui lui cache son enfance. Une histoire qu'il fait bon vivre. Jenny Colgan a le don de nous rendre de bonne humeur. En plus elle finit toujours ses romans par quelques recettes. Citations et extraits 11 Voir plus Ajouter une citation. Signaler ce contenu Voir la page de la citation.

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