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The Olive Tree

End the summer there with her family Yet Helena knows that the idyllic beauty of Pandora masks a web of secrets she has kept from William her husband and Alex her son At the difficult age of thirteen Alex is torn between protecting his beloved mother and growing up And eually he is desperate to learn the. 35 Stars One reader described this book as fluff but decent fluff LOL That is exactly what The Olive Tree was I have a couple of friends who absolutely love Lucinda Riley I have never tried any of her books and at our last Book Club they convinced me to take one I picked this one Finished it in 3 days yes I do work and have a life it just reads sooooo easyNothing memorable here it was just another fluffy story But the characters were well developed especially Alex and I do love Lucinda Riley s writing style She s got a beautiful play with words Roughly everything can be summed up on page 570 Yes You can use this one as a doorstop as wellMy ten yea

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Truth about his real father When Helena meets her childhood sweetheart by chance a chain of events is set in motion that threatens to make her past and present collide Both Helena and Alex know that life will never be the same once Pandora's secrets have been revealedThe number one international bestselle. A beautiful brilliant novelA very satisfying read Beautifully written with wonderful fully fleshed out characters There are several storylines love sadness deceit suspense All characters were woven into very satisfying conclusions No loose ends although I would have loved for the story to have gone on and on I highly recommend this novel

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It is said that anyone who comes to stay at 'Pandora' for the first time will fall in love It has been twenty four years since a young Helena spent a magical holiday in Cyprus where she fell in love for the first time When the now crumbling house 'Pandora' is left to her by her godfather she returns to sp. Lighthearted mesmerizing and genuinely heartfeltThe Olive Tree is an engrossing tale that reminds us that life is often a messy journey complete with smiles tears happiness and heartbreakIt is set on the idyllic island of Cyprus and takes us into the lives of two main families who on the surface seem to have it all great relationships beautiful houses and good kids but over the course of one hot summer marriages will be tested secrets will be revealed love will be found love will be lost and lives will be changed foreverThe prose is expressive sincere and smooth The characters are charming multi layered and alluring And the plot is a wonderful co


About the Author: Lucinda Riley

Lucinda EdmondsLucinda Riley was born in Ireland and after an early career as an actress in film theatre and television wrote her first book aged twenty four Her books have been translated into thirty seven languages and sold twenty five million copies worldwide She is a No1 Sunday Times and New York Times bestsellerLucinda is currently writing The Seven Sisters series which tells the story of adopted sisters and is inspired by the mythology of the famous star cluster It has become a global phenomenon with each book in the series being a No1 bestseller across the world The series is currently in development with a major Hollywood production company



10 thoughts on “The Olive Tree

  1. says:

    Lighthearted mesmerizing and genuinely heartfeltThe Olive Tree is an engrossing tale that reminds us that life is often a messy journey complete with smiles tears happiness and heartbreakIt is set on the idyllic island of C

  2. says:

    Lucinda Riley is my absolute favourite author alongside Lesley Pearse I have loved everything she has written since her first book Hothouse Flower and each subseuent book has been brilliant and has showcased the incredible writing talents that Lucinda has I've never reviewed a book by Lucinda before I don't know why but given the opportunity to do so I jumped at the chance with this new book The Olive Tree Lucinda is in the middle of writin

  3. says:

    Bailing on page 462 of 575 in my edition I’m a big big big fan of Riley’s The Seven Sisters series so I’m extremely disappointed that this is my first experience with one of her standalones I've read mixed reviews an

  4. says:

    15 starsI don't know how to review this some places it catches me and some places it just felt likea long text of blah I did not feel as much as i did in those other Lucinda Riley books i have read and i got the vibe that i had read this befo

  5. says:

    I don't understand how this book has this rating on Goodreads I mean it's a soap opera One generation and we would have talked The Yo

  6. says:

    35 Stars One reader described this book as fluff but decent fluff LOL That is exactly what The Olive Tree was I have a couple of friends who absolutely love Lucinda Riley I have never tried any of her books and at our last Book Club they convinced me to take one I picked this one Finished it in 3 days yes I do work and have a life i

  7. says:

    An excellent contemporary fiction novel set in Cyprus The setting was amazing and I felt like I could feel the heat and see the amazing views What was interesting was the book was told from two different view points One was from Helena the ex ballet dancer who has brought her family to her childhood vacation home in Cyprus that she has just inherited from her god father The other point of view is her son Alex w

  8. says:

    A beautiful brilliant novelA very satisfying read Beautifully written with wonderful fully fleshed out characters There are several storylines love sadness deceit suspense All characters were woven into very satisfying conc

  9. says:

    This was a proper family saga and I really enjoyed it even though the plot took a few tangents that are arguably pointless The story k

  10. says:

    Lucinda Riley is such a good storyteller The plot of this stand alone novel was just complex enough to be intriguing without being over complicated I did have some issues with the novel for example the amount of freedom the parents gave to their teenage children but overall a really enjoyable story that wasn’t predictable

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