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➸ Dorothy Lyle In Avarice (The Millions and Miracles Saga, #1) Free ➮ Author Ella Carmichael – Nature-explore.eu

Dorothy Lyle In Avarice (The Millions and Miracles Saga, #1) ➸ Dorothy Lyle In Avarice (The Millions and Miracles Saga, #1) Free ➮ Author Ella Carmichael – Nature-explore.eu Book 1 AVARICEAvarice Is A Work Of Contemporary Fiction Set Against The Backdrop Of The Global Economic Downturn It Spans The Period Between January And May Of 2011 In The Republic Of Ireland, All Of The Property Developers Have Either Gone Bust Or Fled The Country Credit Has Dried Up, Not Just For Potential Homeowners, But Also For Small Businesses There Used To Be A Large Furry Cat That Roamed The Land And Dispensed Largesse With A Shake Of His Feline Tail They Called Him The Celtic Tiger The Tiger Died Or He Went Away Nobody Knows For Certain The Only Certainty In 2011 Ireland Is Austerity, Misery, Disappointment, And A General Feeling Of Having Been Let Down And Betrayed By Those At The Top.Dorothy Lyle Is Feeling Just As Betrayed As Everybody Else She Is Earning A Decent Salary, Yet Can Barely Make It Stretch From One Month To The Next She Sees The World Is Falling Apart Around Her She Witnesses The Hardships Her Fellow Citizens Are Enduring On A Daily Basis And Desperately Wishes That She Could Help Them But How She Is Just One Woman With A Single Income What Can One Woman Do On The Day Dorothy Turns Forty She Is Still Single This Is A Source Of Minor Irritation To Her As It Was Not Part Of Her Life Plan By Now, She Should Be Well Into Her Second Marriage And Enjoying Wedded Bliss Not That She Misses The Nightmare Of A Human Being Who Is Her Ex Boyfriend On The Contrary, She Has Lost All Faith In Her Ability To Choose A Partner Wisely Rather Than Risk Another Disastrous Relationship, She Resolves To Forego Love Forever On The Evening Of Her Fortieth Birthday, Dorothy Finds Herself In A Very Dark Place With Virtually No Hope And Even Fewer Prospects For The Future.She Fully Expects To Live Out Her Remaining Years Alone, Although If She S Lucky She Might Have A Couple Of Grandchildren To Dote Upon One Day In The Meantime, She Resigns Herself To Putting Her Head Down And Working Nine To Five For The Next Thirty Years Just To Pay The Bills Fate Intercedes That Same Night When Dorothy Wins A Fortune On The Euromillions Lottery Of Course, Being Unexpectedly Catapulted Into An Alien World Of Wealth Is Not Without Its Complications, And Dorothy Soon Begins To Realise That Riches Bring With Them Their Own Brand Of Trouble Does Nobody Trust Her To Cope On Her Own Just Because She Has Money In The Bank Dorothy Never Feels Alone She Is Fully Cognisant Of The Shadowy Presence That Watches Over Her Since She Was Nineteen, Dorothy Has Known That She Is Out Of The Ordinary She Views The World Very Differently Than Most Folks She Sees Things That Nobody Else Sees, And Sometimes She Just Knows Stuff That She Shouldn T Until Now, She Has Never Felt Tempted To Share With Anybody The Full Extent Of Her Abilities Of Course, It S Easy Enough To Hide The Fact That You Are A Powerful Clairvoyant When You Re A Lone Parent Living A Humdrum Life Not So Easy When You Re One Of The Wealthiest Women In The Land, And Everybody Wants A Piece Of You Not So Easy When You Find Yourself Privy To A Number Of Visions And Dreams Of A Particularly Vivid Nature.Ella Carmichael Welcomes You On The First Step Of The Extraordinary Journey That Is The Miracles And Millions Saga.

    10 thoughts on “➸ Dorothy Lyle In Avarice (The Millions and Miracles Saga, #1) Free ➮ Author Ella Carmichael – Nature-explore.eu


  1. says:

    Dorothy won the lottery on her 40th birthday and is a little psychic Although the book sounded kind of interesting, I gave up after chapter 15 I couldn t connect with Dorothy or her troubles, the story didn t grow or move forward There are actually 10 books in this series Blech.


  2. says:

    The LotteryThis story is easy to follow and hard to put down As I followed Dorothy, I found myself wondering how she could spend so much money so quickly.


  3. says:

    Chick Lit this is not this is a story about a real woman The first book in any series is always a curious read you know the writer is just beginning to lay the foundations and in Avarice both the writer and Dottie are just beginning to find their feet.Carmichael speaks of her writing starting out as a form of therapy and I get that Dorothy is full of all the real emotions and insecurities of a woman on the wrong side of forty The narrative rambles along with a soft Irish lilt and you cannot h Chick Lit this is not this is a story about a real woman The first book in any series is always a curious read you know the writer is just beginning to lay the foundations and in Avarice both the writer and Dottie are just beginning to find their feet.Carmichael speaks of her writing starting out as a form of therapy and I get that Dorothy is full of all the real emotions and insecurities of a woman on the wrong side of forty The narrative rambles along with a soft Irish lilt and you cannot help but warm to Dottie, the majority of the narrative is written in the first person but Carmichael breaks it up by sharing Dorothy s personal emails with her friends and I would say that one of the main things that has stood out for me is that if anything Avarice is a celebration of friendship.In terms of readership the finger has to be directed at mature women and yes it is a female read but it s not chick lit This is one for those of us who like our female leads to be determined, because Dorothy ...


  4. says:

    While it may be too easy to classify Dorothy Lyle in Avarice as a chick lit, once you get into the story and explore the twists and turns within the plot you realize that it is absolutelythan that The character development in the book is so rich, and Dorothy Lyle s character herself has so much depth and complexities that make the entire narrative riveting Moreover, the book has that added charm of having something a little bit supernatural to it, which is just perfect in adding a little While it may be too easy to classify Dorothy Lyle in Avarice as a chick lit, once you get into the...


  5. says:

    My sister bought this book and I read it on her Kindle I absolutely loved it So much so, that I ve now bought it on my account to reread in the future The plot is so well written, and full of twists and turns that I d love to read them again to see what I accidentally missed the first time round Although the book is lengthy, it was worth every minute spent reading itIt usually ...


  6. says:

    A book full to the brim of surprises, twists and turns I couldn t put it down and felt for myself every bump on the road Dorothy took, almost seeing her visions as she did.Well written, compelling, exciting and imaginative I was running out of superlatives by the time I reached the end and was disappointed when it finished The good thing, of course, is that there arebooks in the series, and if they are even half as good as this one, I ll be in for a real treat.First class in every respe A book full to the brim of surprises, twists and...


  7. says:

    Author did a great job creating the characters At first I didn t want to read it but then it really appealed to me because of the tempo, and style the Author used to tell the story while keeping it exciting.I couldn t put it down for very long It s a heart warming love story that ...


  8. says:

    The author weaves a complex story line almost seamlessly by tying all the loose ends together so to speak.The characters are interesting and layered The dialogue almost allegoric at times but definitely figurative.The lead character Dorothy has her own issu...


  9. says:

    As of this morning I am on book eight of this series I am a huge reader and love a wide range of genres and was delighted to find a new author to try out I loved them all they all well written, thoughtful, descriptive, entertaining and an all round enjoyable read Looking forward to the next...


  10. says:

    What an interesting concept and book Lots of life lessons in here, although that makes it sound a little boring and it certainly isn t Thought provoking book What if you won millions and millions of dollars how would you spend it and with whom would you share

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