Flowers in the Rain

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  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • Flowers in the Rain
  • Rosamunde Pilcher
  • English
  • 15 August 2019
  • 9780340567999

10 thoughts on “Flowers in the Rain

  1. says:

    Rosamunde Pilcher has just become one of my new favorite authors This is the first book of hers I ve read, and not to use a cliche I m going to anyway , but her writing is so comfortable It s cozy, like curling up in my favorite big comfy chair with a steaming cup of tea She paints perfect pictures for her readers so they can envision the scenery she describes She writes about everything that is familiar and welcoming about the different seasons and settings A Walk in the Snow and Skates had me longing for winter and Christmastime when summer my favorite season has hardly begun Even her characters are wonderful They re ordinary people, and I really got the feeling that I ve met them before Their lives and emotions are easy to relate to, and I ended up walking away with a favorite character or two When I found out that she writes love stories, I was pretty hesitant about this book But I have to say, I adore the kind of love story she writes.It isn t always necessarily between couples sometimes mother daughter, mother son, sister sister, parents children, etc And she doesn t write that mushy gushy, harlequin crap Everything is completely PG I would hand this book to a 13 year old with no qualms Her stories are sometimes predictable yet heartwarming, and the endings always made me smile Some stories have happy endings others suggest a happy ending while ultimately leaving it up to the reader to decide My favorite stories were The Doll House, The Blackberry Day, The Red Dress, A Girl I Used to Know, A Walk in the Snow, Cousin Dorothy, Whistle for the Wind, and Skates I love short stories, but now I m intrigued to read one of her novels Personally, I can t figure out why she isn t popular than she is Her stories and characters are familiar and perfect for a rainy day I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys love stories or is looking for something nice and comfy.

  2. says:

    1992, January 1oddly, the only story I remember is not listed as being previously published, but I m almost positive I read it in Good Housekeeping years ago.2017, August 29It is cool, and raining, and I really shouldn t start any of my fun monster, murder, or ghost reads for several days yet So this is about the farthest I can go from my own shelves That, and I just love reading about people living in big shabby houses and having a lot of dogs.

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  4. says:

    Una colecci n de cuentos ambientados en la Gran Breta a rural Historias llenas de amor, de delicadeza, de sentimientos, de reencuentros Todo llevado por una prosa delicada, que envuelve la historia con sutilezas Unas narraciones que cuando llegas al final de cada una de ellas te quedas mirando el punto y final esperando que por arte de magia contin en.Para disfrutar leyendo, para leer a ratos, sin prisas.Es la primera vez que leo algo de Rosamunde Pilcher y ha sido un grato descubrimiento Gran heredera de la literatura rom ntica inglesa de todos los tiempos.

  5. says:

    So I read this one after the other collection of short stories by Pilcher I wish I had waited Maybe that is coloring my review I just thought that the majority of the stories in this one didn t work for me at all Also, I got really tired of reading stories about broken engagements They could all be summed up as so and so chose this person as second best I don t think I would run off with anyone that just broke up with someone, so maybe that s my personal bias working The Doll s House 3.5 stars A young boy missing his dead father, goes through with a promise to make a doll house for his younger sister While that would be enough, he also has to deal with knowing that a local man is interested in his mother to marry and he hopes that she doesn t Pilcher leaves us with enough to know how the story is going to end when we get finished with this story Endings and Beginnings 3 stars This one read as the longest story in this collection A man Tom goes home for his Aunt Mabel s 75th birthday He tries to get his girlfriend to come along and she declines While home, he makes the acquaintance of his cousin or I don t know cousin once removed Kitty Kitty s life has been a bit of a mess and now Tom seems intrigued by it and her Flowers in the Rain 1 star I really didn t like this one at all A woman returns back to a place her family spent holidays at She s there supposedly to say hello to Mrs Farquhar, but really she wants to know about her grandson, Rory I think it just bugged me since it read as if the main character had put her life on hold for Rory And though I was reading him as saying goodbye he won t see her again I think she was deluding herself a bit thinking he would come back to Scotland It just read as depressing Playing A Round With Love 2 stars I see this married couple getting divorced eventually A man who is married acts surprised that his wife would not want him to take a whole day off to go golfing on the weekends Christabel 1 star Another common theme in Pilcher s short stories seems to be young women men who realize that they shouldn t marry someone like days before their wedding I didn t see why Christabel or her grandmother were so impressed loved the character of Sam He was not developed enough for a short story for me to care about a tall The Blackberry Day 2 stars A woman Claudia travels to her childhood friend s home to get away from the fact that a man she has been in a long term relationship with for years does not seem to be any closer to proposing marriage I hated how this one ended since it just seemed that Claudia was going to choose whatever as long as she wasn t alone The Red Dress 1 star I was so confused by this story I don t know if the main character was angling for an affair or what She seemed way too intense involved with the gardener who was married with kids A Girl I Used to Know 3 stars An okay story A woman finds out she can actually do things that she is scared to do All of this winds up being about her being afraid her boyfriend will dump her if she doesn t ski The Watershed 4 stars I liked this one A married woman who is about to celebrate her pearl anniversary, is wondering if she and her husband should stay in their big home She is thinking about downsizing and moving to something small since their children have homes and lives of their own Marigold Garden 2 stars Another broken engagement story Weekend 3 stars A young woman is afraid to get married thinking it could mean the end of her ability to be self sufficient Or at least that is what I took from this story A Walk in the Snow 3 stars A young girl realizes that the young boy she s in love with has moved on from her The story ends in such a way though you realize she s already thinking of someone else Cousin Dorothy 5 stars My favorite in this collection A widowed woman trying to do her best for her daughter on her wedding day I would have maybe shaken my daughter since the girl acted like a brat pretty much the entire story Her husband s cousin rides to the rescue Whistle for the Wind 2 stars Another broken engagement story Last Morning 4 stars A woman prepares for her son s wedding day Skates 3 stars A young girl finally realizes that someone in her family sees her for who she is, not what she can be It was a pretty weak story IMHO to end on in this collection.

  6. says:

    Quite a mixed bag here, or something for everyone Although I didn t find all the stories interesting, Pilcher s writing is still wonderful, even in short stories, and lets you get right under the skin of some of her protagonists.

  7. says:

    Love her I always feel like I have had a cup of tea and heard a good story from an old friend.

  8. says:

    After rereading this book for the umpteenth time, I realized that if I ever write fiction, I want to write like this.

  9. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this collection of short stories Rosamunde Piltcher has the unique ability to transfer the reader in her lovely world in such a magical way Even though her stories are no big deal, they are so sweet and well written featuring sensitive people, descriptions of nature and her basic virtue is the love that is spread throughout her entire work I simply loved those stories The descriptions of picturesque sights, of emotions, of everyday people is so vivid like looking at a peaceful painting hanging on the wall of your living room, simply mesmerasing

  10. says:

    I ve read this collection of short stories several times I would love to live in one of Rosamunde Pilcher s Scottish or Cornish villages The stories explore universal themes like love and marriage, friendship, birth, death, and dreams coming true She writes about all types of characters, children, young women, bachelors, newlyweds, older gentlemen and mothers and fathers All of the characters are likeable and full of life My favorite story is The Blackberry Day Claudia, who has been entangled with the elusive Giles for years, retreats to the Scottish highlands after he cancels their planned vacation to Spain Returning to the village where she spent many happy childhood summers, she reevaluates her love life and reconnects with a charming bachelor she had known as a young girl.

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