The Dress (Everyday Magic, #1)

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 193 pages
  • The Dress (Everyday Magic, #1)
  • Sophie Nicholls
  • English
  • 15 April 2018

About the Author: Sophie Nicholls

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The Dress (Everyday Magic, #1) Meet Ella And Her Mother Fabbia Moreno Who Arrive In York, One Cold January Day, To Set Up Their Vintage Dress ShopThe Flamboyant Fabbia Wants To Sell Beautiful Dresses To Nice People And Move On From Her Difficult Past Ella Just Wants To Fit In But Not Everyone Is On Their SideWill Fabbia Overcome The Prejudices She Encounters What S The Dark Secret She S Hiding And Do The Silk Linings And Concealed Seams Of Her Dresses Contain Real Spells Or Is This All Just Everyday Magic Among The Leopard Print Shoes, Tea Gowns And Costume Jewellery In Fabbia S Shop Are Many Different Stories And The Story Of One Particular DressThis Is A Full Length Novel For Lovers Of Vintage And Readers Of Contemporary Romance Fantasy


10 thoughts on “The Dress (Everyday Magic, #1)

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    The Dress is a short candy that makes you enjoy and taste it like a sweet It reminds a little bit to Chocolat, with the same magic and the same nice characters The most important thing in this romance is not what happens but how Sophie Nicholls tells the story.Beautiful.

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    3.5 5

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    It was different, at times I forgot that it wasn t based in history The characters really drew me in and I couldn t wait to see what was going to happen next I would love to readabout Ella and her mother Fabbia Made me want to check all my clothes to see if there were any words stitched into the seams.

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    From Lilac Wolf and StuffThis cover caught my eye, it s so classy And you know how much I love chic lit It s not without it romantic moments, but that s not the driver of this tale This story is centered around Ella and her mother Fabbia Fabbia is originally from Iran and Ella is the daughter of Fabbia and her Italian husband, Enzo.Enzo died many years ago, so he isn t in the story Fabbia and Ella begin this tale in York where they arrive to open a vintage shop It s Fabbia s dream, but she From Lilac Wolf and StuffThis cover caught my eye, it s so classy And you know how much I love chic lit It s not without it romantic moments, but that s not the driver of this tale This story is centered around Ella and her mother Fabbia Fabbia is originally from Iran and Ella is the daughter of Fabbia and her Italian husband, Enzo.Enzo died many years ago, so he isn t in the story Fabbia and Ella begin this tale in York where they arrive to open a vintage shop It s Fabbia s dream, but she has a hard time staying in the same place It reminded me of the movie Chocolat.The characters are all very intriguing, each with their own story and their own motivations When Fabbia and Ella arrive, they meet Billy who befriends Ella right off Katrina, who seems to grudgingly accept Ella as a part time friend We also meet up with Katrina s mother, Jean Cushworth who is a mess of a rich woman Can we say bored housewife Jean is in a drugged up stupor most of the time, rather than deal with her lonliness and boredom Well she can t even admit that s what her problem is, she feels like she is very important and feels threatened by Fabbia and Ella.I love the little bit of magic in the story as well Again this plays in as a side item The story isn t driven by it, but it s there nonetheless Ella and her mother have a bit of psychic ability They call it the Signals They get visions, warnings whenever there is trouble The Signals were going crazy whenever Jean was around, and all through her house.My heart breaks for Ella, when only 6 months into their stay Fabbia decides it s time to go Ella has found her home, and is done with running away She doesn t want to leave Billy, to change schools, and mostly to not go to the middle of no where in Scotland.It s a very great story Reading this felt a little like floating on water Your body is rocked with small waves, but mostly it just feels comforting

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    So, I read this book days after I d bought a 1970s long, brown pinafore with a orange flower print and a rather dramatic frill Off the hanger it looks rather limp and disgusting, but on me it looks rather avante garde and pretty amazing So yeah, you could say I m into vintage fashion.However, I didn t read this book and become amazed that it was better than I expected, like the pinafore, but rather the opposite This book is not a terrible book, it s just a bit, well, forgettable, and it s som So, I read this book days after I d bought a 1970s long, brown pinafore with a orange flower print and a rather dramatic frill Off the hanger it looks rather limp and disgusting, but on me it looks rather avante garde and pretty amazing So yeah, you could say I m into vintage fashion.However, I didn t read this book and become amazed that it was better than I expected, like the pinafore, but rather the opposite This book is not a terrible book, it s just a bit, well, forgettable, and it s somewhat lost in the never ending well of women s fiction, gosh I hate that phrase Despite this, it was easy enough to read and enjoyable enough to tear me out of a complete reading block I ve been having for ages read, years This book does not offer anything new Read or watched Chocolat Switch the chocolates for vintage clothing and you have The Dress The end is annoyingly predictable, and the whimsical and interesting scenes within the book, Fabia Fabbia going to Lady Eustancia s estate, clients coming into the boutique and finding something that makes them feel fabulous had no impact on the plot whatsoever They were nice moments, but in the end we were wasting time on Katarina and her mother a plot line which I did not care for at all , instead of revisiting characters whom chapters had been wasted on expanding them The magic element was fine, but again, it just reminded me of Chocolat with the whole, the wind blew the character s around, and by magic they could work out the perfect chocolate for their clientele , and it brought nothing different or dynamic to the novel By and large, I felt like this book was just a book I had read before

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    The Dress by Sophie Nicholls is for me mix of book The Dressmaker and a movie Chocolat I have not read book Chocolat so I can not say, it was like the book And somehow, this book had The Casual Vacancy feel too So little bit from here and little bit from there, a bit interesting, a bit romantic, but not really very engaging.The story is about mother and daughter, Fabia and Ella, who have just moved to York, Fabia opens vintage dress shop and Ella goes to new school Fabia is a bright spot in The Dress by Sophie Nicholls is for me mix of book The Dressmaker and a movie Chocolat I have not read book Chocolat so I can not say, it was like the book And somehow, this book had The Casual Vacancy feel too So little bit from here and little bit from there, a bit interesting, a bit romantic, but not really very engaging.The story is about mother and daughter, Fabia and Ella, who have just moved to York, Fabia opens vintage dress shop and Ella goes to new school Fabia is a bright spot in grey York, she match up right dress with right owner, and if needed she makes a whole new dress or makes alterations to the vintage one, to fit the new owner She ads a bit magic to every garment she works with Ella is trying to fit in the new school, to be as invisible as possible, she does not want to stand out Of course there are those who welcome them, like Billy from school who likes Ella very much, but there are also those who want to send these newcomers away and are ready to do what ever it takes So the story is about Fabia s and Ella s struggles to fit in and about their secrets

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    de mes gros coups de coeur de cette rentr e litt raire 2017 C est vrai aussi que c est assez rare que je sois d ue par un livre de cette maison d dition Et celui ci ne fait pas exception la r gle Il est parfait pour les vacances je l ai lu au mois d ao t pendant mes vacances d t C est une belle histoire, pleine de po sie On y parle de famille, d amiti , d amour, de femmes, et de robes De plus, la couverture va parfaitement avec l histoir de mes gros coups de coeur de cette rentr e litt raire 2017 C est vrai aussi que c est assez rare que je sois d ue par un livre de cette maison d dition Et celui ci ne fait pas exception la r gle Il est parfait pour les vacances je l ai lu au mois d ao t pendant mes vacances d t C est une belle histoire, pleine de po sie On y parle de famille, d amiti , d amour, de femmes, et de robes De plus, la couverture va parfaitement avec l histoire, et je l a trouve absolument magnifique.Dans ce roman, on rencontre une jeune fille, Ella, ainsi que sa maman, Fabia j adore les pr noms au fait J aime norm ment le personnage de Fabia maman toujours l pour sa fille, femme extravagante qui vit dans son petit monde, empli de vintage et de r ves Cette fameuse Fabia a un don elle trouve toujours LA robe id ale pour n importe quelle femme Et c t de cela, Ella va d couvrir au fur et mesure de l histoire, un secret sur le pass de sa maman, un secret qui l a touche elle aussi C est une belle histoire, o se m lent aussi donc secrets, famille, pass et int gration.Si vous aimez les secrets de famille, les robes, et les jolies histoires, ne tardez plus Lancez vous sans plus attendre dans Une Robe Couleur de Vent

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