Pitch Imperfect

Pitch Imperfect

by Elise Alden

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781426899140
Publisher: Carina Press
Publication date: 10/20/2014
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 630,123
File size: 379 KB

About the Author

Elise reads, writes and revels in romance, and is never happier than when caught up in a heart-thumping, sweat-your-socks-off tale--hers or somebody else's. She loves creating stories about flawed characters, people for whom love isn't simply a question of boy-meets-girl, but a gut-wrenching journey of transformation. To find out more about Elise go to www.elisealden.com, or Tweet her @elise_alden.

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Pitch Imperfect 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Patricia-RoomWithBooks More than 1 year ago
I A young woman runs, leaving the man she vowed to love waiting at the church. A young man throws himself completely into building his architectural legacy to forget her and the pain of loosing her. Anjuli Carver is so filled with the pain of loss that she suffers the loss of her voice, trusts in others and looses the money she earned with her voice. She returns home to rebuild her life only to watch it spin out of control once again. But Rob Douglas has secrets of his own. Can they leave the past behind and build on the love they once knew? This story is filled with so much character that the secondary characters take on a story all their own! I must admit that Mrs. P is the one whose story screams through my head to be told next. I've enjoyed reading Pitch Imperfect and I'm hoping that Ms. Alden can be convinced to make it the beginning of series about the folks in Heaverlock Village. I recommend Pitch Imperfect by Elise Alden and give it three stars. ~ Patricia, Room With Books ~ © Oct 20, 2014
Splashesintobooks1 More than 1 year ago
Singer Anjuli Carver returned to her old home village of Heaverlock after leaving her fiancé standing at the altar. Her sister runs the village pub and her ex-fiancé, Rob Douglas, is the only restoration architect for miles around. Anjuli has lots of secrets but has bought the dilapidated Victorian manor that was so significant in the life of her and Rob eight years ago. She is nearly broke but everyone else assumes she’s a millionaire. Tragic events mean she no longer sings but she doesn’t want to explain them to anyone outside her immediate family. Meetings between the two are dynamite, can they resolve their differences and learn to accept past mistakes to enable them to move on together or will these drive them even further apart? You’ll have to read the book to find out! I thoroughly enjoyed this book which relates the village life, key characters, their lives, feelings, emotions and impact on each other in a believable manner, encouraging the reader to empathise with the different characters, understanding how they are torn to make certain decisions in their lives and how those decisions affect others, too. This book have you singing with relief or sobbing with sadness at different parts of the story. It is well written and even has a climatic event in the epilogue so you’re never quite sure how things will work out in the end! Thanks to the author, publishers and NetGalley for letting me read this book in exchange for this, an honest review.