The Observatory

Liz Mallory has always lived in the shadow of her glamorous twin sister, Harper, a talented artist who left everything including Liz behind to become a famous artist Now, years later, tragedy reunites these estranged women Reaching out to her sister, Liz moves into Harper s exclusive estate to care for her troubled nephew, Nick This act of kindness, however, leadsLiz Mallory has always lived in the shadow of her glamorous twin sister, Harper, a talented artist who left everything including Liz behind to become a famous artist Now, years later, tragedy reunites these estranged women Reaching out to her sister, Liz moves into Harper s exclusive estate to care for her troubled nephew, Nick This act of kindness, however, leads Liz down an unexpected path for it brings her together with the love of her life handsome amateur astronomer David Fields Under the dome of the observatory David calls home, Liz tastes a passion as deep and vast as the night sky But David is a man with painful secrets that could eclipse this newfound love secrets to which Harper holds the key Can Liz get beyond her own past hurts and reach the stars with David Does she dare to try
The Observatory Liz Mallory has always lived in the shadow of her glamorous twin sister Harper a talented artist who left everything including Liz behind to become a famous artist Now years later tragedy reunites

  • Title: The Observatory
  • Author: Emily Grayson
  • ISBN: 9780380817627
  • Page: 215
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Observatory”

    1. Erstes Manko: der Lehrer Paul heißt gar nicht Paul, sondern David. Steht aber hinten auf dem Klappentext falsch drauf, was ich als sehr peinlich für den Lektor ansehe. Wo noch nichtmal ein Paul irgendwo in der Geschichte auftaucht.Zweites Manko: Ab und an fand ich Liz' Beschreibung ihrer Gefühle etc. zu schmalzig, und zu typisch Liebesroman.Aber es hat ja auch alles ein Gutes: das Büchlein ist kurz und schnell zu lesen. Ich habe Lust bekommen, auch mal in eine Sternwarte zu gehen und mir die [...]

    2. there was a lot of puns about the cosmos, but besides that it was pretty predictable. Otherwise besides that, it was a decent read. Quick read too.

    3. Ho scelto questo libro unicamente perché ispirato dalla copertina perché della trama si capiva ben poco. L'inizio del romanzo sembrava promettere bene devo dire, con descrizioni adeguate ma non eccessive e personaggi ben delineati. Poi da un certo punto in poi tutto precipita!!!Le azioni della protagonista Liz sembrano non seguire alcuna logica se non quella personale a mio parere fortemente discutibilen tiene conto di niente e di nessuno e procede nella direzione che più le aggrada con una c [...]

    4. I enjoyed this romance and lost myself in it. It was an easy read. The Harper twins and their diverse lives was easy to imagine, easy to believe though I did suspect the hiccup that occurred with David, long before it was revealed. I look forward to reading more of Emily's work.

    5. Harper and Liz Mallory are twins but sibling rivalry, time and distance have made it so that they have not talked or seen each other in years. Suddenly a tragic accident happens and forces Liz to take a look at her life and reach out to her sister. Will Harper accept her back into her life? This was a nice story about family and was a quick read.

    6. This book was really good. I really enjoyed this author. This is the seond book I've read by her. They are very, very poetic and beautiful. You know what's going to happen yet you don't. The books are fairly short and don't stray too far off the central storyline. I especially loved the plot line with the twin sisters that don't like each other.

    7. It was ok. I was somewhat disappointed, as I had enjoyed "The Gazebo." Other than the lack of graphic scenes, there's nothing in this that distinguishes this from a paperback romance novel. It's a very light, easy read. Fairly predictable and you don't connect with the characters much. I preferred her novel, "The Gazebo". I thought it was a much better book.

    8. Fast reading little novel. A tale of twins as different as night & day. Lifestyle differences, one flamboyant the other mousy and quiet. One sister loses her daughter to a tragic winter accident while the other comes to offer comfort. The other surviving child breaks & shatters the wall.Love breaks down the communications and sets up strife and heartbreak.

    9. This was a pretty good storyline, though it didn't have quite enough dialogue for me. It was fast paced and engaging though, as if you were sitting with someone while they reminisced about their life.

    10. The blurb said it was along the lines of Bridges of Madison County which I adored so grabbed this from the Library. It didn't have the depth of Bridges but still, a nice little light romance thrown in with estranged twin sisters trying to sort things out. Love under the stars!

    11. This was just an "okay" novel. However, it is a very fast read and doesn't take very long to get through.

    12. Difficult for me to read, as it talks about the death of a small child. I also felt disconnected to the rest of this book.

    13. A lovely story about twin sisters who are complete opposites and estranged. I enjoyed it and hope to read more of Ms. Grayson's books.

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