Always With Love The next much anticipated romantic chapter in Billy and Sophie s love story from bestselling author Giovanna Fletcher Sophie s got used to being the girlfriend of Billy Buskin the biggest movie star

  • Title: Always With Love
  • Author: Giovanna Fletcher
  • ISBN: 9781405919180
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Paperback
  • The next much anticipated romantic chapter in Billy and Sophie s love story from bestselling author Giovanna Fletcher Sophie s got used to being the girlfriend of Billy Buskin, the biggest movie star in the world Sort of But when she and Billy take a trip to visit his family in Los Angeles, she quickly discovers she s totally unprepared for the chaos of Hollywood, the pThe next much anticipated romantic chapter in Billy and Sophie s love story from bestselling author Giovanna Fletcher Sophie s got used to being the girlfriend of Billy Buskin, the biggest movie star in the world Sort of But when she and Billy take a trip to visit his family in Los Angeles, she quickly discovers she s totally unprepared for the chaos of Hollywood, the paparazzi and Billy s controlling mother And when Billy extends his stay in LA, leaving Sophie to fly home to Rosefont Hill alone, it seems there s than just miles between them Now Sophie must decide if they can overcome their differences for good Because not every love story lasts the distance .

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      Published :2019-02-22T08:44:23+00:00

    About "Giovanna Fletcher"

    1. Giovanna Fletcher

      Giovanna grew up in Essex with her Italian dad Mario, mum Kim, big sister Giorgina and little brother Mario, and spent most of her childhood talking to herself it seems no one wanted to listen or reading books.At thirteen she left Essex behind to attend the full time Sylvia Young Theatre School, where she met her husband Tom Fletcher Following SYTS she completed an acting BA hons at Rose Bruford since then she s been acting, chaperoning mini actors and dabbling in a spot of freelance journalism.Giovanna is a firm believer in the power of magpies and positive energy To see what makes Giovanna smile, view her blog at giovannasworld, or her Twitter page mrsgifletcherBilly and Me is Giovanna s debut novel.

    214 thoughts on “Always With Love”

    1. "Always with Love" was one of my most anticipated books this year. I've read Giovanna Fletcher's debut novel "Billy and Me", then adored "You're the One that I Want" and haven't had a pleasure to read "Dream a Little Dream" - yet! - even though it's on my TBR pile. (And I know. There are two novellas as well). Keeping in mind that "Always with Love" is continuation of "Billy and Me" and we are going to meet the lovely Sophie and the super - handsome Billy, I started to read the book almost immed [...]


    2. The story of Billie and Sophie continues In a typical chicklit kind of way. It was a nice read but didn't get me all that excited.


    3. So looking forward to this book I'm a massive fan of Giovanna and can't wait to read more about Billy and Sophie's amazing adventure!


    4. In this sequel to 'Billy and Me' Sophie is happy with her famous boyfriend Billy and everything seems great, she loves living in Rosefont Hill and working in her teashop. One day the both of them fly over to Los Angeles and Sophie gets to meet Billy's big family for the first time. But all those paparazzi and people she thinks don't really want her there might not really be her thing.And to make things worse, Billy needs to stay longer, meaning Sophie has to fly back to England alone. Soon, she [...]


    5. I quickly realised when reading the synopsis that you really needed to read Billy & Me which was released in 2013. I quickly rectified that and as I enjoyed it so much I was keen to get going with this sequel. I was so pleased that I did as I really enjoyed it! This can certainly be read as a standalone, but is so much more enjoyable having the back story of these two. Billy and Sophie when we last left them had settled into life in a rural countryside setting in Kent and when we return thin [...]


    6. This is a follow on to Billy and Me but it can be read on its own, everything you would need to know about what has gone before is explained and in a nice way, without making you feel as if you are being info dumped. Tea shop owner Sophie and her boyfriend, heart throb movie star Billy have spent the last few months living in a quaint rural village, Rosefont Hill where Sophie has her tea shop, whilst Billy has been having a break from the Hollywood whirl. The story here starts when they make a t [...]



    7. OMG YESI had some conflicting thoughts about whether to give this a 4.5 or a 5 stars while reading it, but that ending was too good to give it anything other than 5. LOVED IT.


    8. 4.5This one just made me happy to read and sometimes that's all you need to make it a great book. I love the story the characters are incredible.It all so sweet


    9. Just like Billy and Me, Always with Love is utterly sweet and charming. I was so happy to know that we were getting more of Sophie and Billy's story. Yea, I didn't love it as much as Billy and Me, I still thoroughly enjoyed it. Sophie and Billy spend quite a bit of the book apart. Being on different continents is hard. Both characters are equally frustrated. Which sucks. So well Sophie and Billy's relationship had its highs and lows, Sophie had a lot of time to really figure out what she wanted [...]


    10. I couldn't sleep last night so I bought this book and read it. Now that Mrs. Fletcher has written more books, it's quite easy to find a 'formula' in the way she writes things, and in all honesty it works. Whatever she's doing, it works. She went off her 'formula' for Dream a little Dream (and I hated the book!) but this just works.However I missed something. I missed a whole lot. The story is sugary sweet and the 'conflicts' in the book are just minor disagreements that were boring. Things would [...]


    11. Every once in a while, I love a chick lit. And Giovanna Fletcher always hits the spot. I was elated when I found out she was following up Billy and Me with a sequel, immediately reading the first book again before diving in to this one. I honestly think I liked Always with Love a little better than its predecessor. As with all relationships, Sophie's and Billy's has hit a wall. They need to learn how to work around Billy's crazy acting schedule and Sophie's dedication to her tea shop. I found th [...]


    12. The book is part of a series which documents the love story of a young girl in a sleepy village in Kent, Sophie, and a "heart throb" Billy Buskin, an up and coming hot shot actor, from LA. Very realistic! notAnyway this book was OK, but boy did it drag! it was a nice enough story but to be honest, it was wayyyyy too long. it could have been written in half the pages and still told me the same story. A bit bland for me, with no real depth to the story. Unfortunately it would NOT inspire me to rea [...]


    13. Loved this book. Just as good as the 1st Billy and me novel. The characters were funny and we'll developed and the story was just as funny and heart warming as the first novel. I can't wait to read more by Giovanna Fletcher



    14. It's took me a lot longer to get through this book, compared to other books Gi has written. Even though, I found I wasn't as absorbed as previous books, the end of the story captivated me.


    15. 2.5 stars rounded to 3.After I started reading this, I realised I have almost no idea how old Billy and Sophie are. I had assumed mid-twenties, but Sophie is very angsty, and Billy's behaviour with his siblings is a little immature. I also had no idea how mega-rich Billy is. The idea his family lives in his house (with his staff) and doesn't do any work at all is a little odd. They seemed like freeloaders.In this book, Sophie continues in the habit of casting others in the a villain type role ag [...]


    16. Recently I read - and loved! - Giovanna Fletcher's debut novel Billy & Me. It was fantastic, and I could hardly believe how long it took me to read it (I will forever be ashamed!) so I was ecstatic when a copy of Always With Love landed in my possession. I love that there's a sequel, and something tells me this might not be the last Sophie & Billy novel, too, which makes me even more excited. I could read about Sophie & Billy forever because they're so down to earth, and their relati [...]


    17. This glittering sequel from Giovanna Fletcher warmed my heart. Now Sophie and Billy are in a long-term relationship and they are flying out to LA after Christmas to see Billy’s family. But however lovely and happy Billy’s family may be, they have problems of their own. Billy’s mother wants him to go back onto the acting scene after his long break to reclaim his spotlight and ensure their security, whilst his dad is forever trying to appease her. And the siblings: eldest party animal twins [...]


    18. This is a case where the sequel was better than the first book, but I think that heavily is due to "Billy and Me" being the author's first novel. Traits of the characters in this series were fleshed out better and their personalities were more set. (Most of the time.) The fluidity of Fletcher's writing style has evolved from "Billy and Me" to this book, and was ultimately more satisfying. I enjoyed that the location jumped from LA back to Rosefont Hill, even though I could have done with the sce [...]


    19. We are back with Sophie and Billy and I couldn’t be happier. I love their story in Billy and Me, they are such a cute couple and share this unique connection. It wasn’t easy for them in the beginning, but their love is strong.Now, some time has passed. Sophie has gotten used to being Billy Buskin’s (the movie star) girlfriend. Together they live with her mum and he helps her in her tea shop. When they go to LA to visit his family everything changes.Sophie gets to know his big family, which [...]


    20. This is the wonderfully romantic sequel to Billy & Me, and also the Christmas e-book short story, Giovanna Fletcher once again has weaved her magic, and written a book that I couldn't get enough of. I read it in one sitting, quite happily one evening, and didn't put it down at all. If you haven't read Billy & Me, then don't worry as this definitely works as a standalone story, which was useful as although I remember loving the original, I couldn't recall the details, but slowly bits star [...]


    21. I received this book for free for review via the publisher & NetgallyI loved Billy and Me but was really disappointed by Dream a Little Dream and found it a bit silly & the humour forced, I went into in not expecting much however I was wrong.I really enjoyed this book, I loved being back in Sophie & Billy's world and seeing how there life had gone since we last met them, *spoilers* this book starts with Sophie and Billy on there way to LA for new year to spend it with Billy's family, [...]


    22. Another light, quick, enjoyable read by Giovanna! Just what I needed to read right now, nothing too deep or over-the-top thought required! A simple at heart, yet complicated in progress, love story we are all aware of and have heard many times yet somehow the author still manages to absorb the reader into the storyline, with you questioning how it will all end for the couple, and little Miss May! I guess the ending is "unexpected" as it's not the obvious "she goes back to her childhood and falls [...]


    23. When I saw the news of a new Giovanna's book I was really happy. Then, I discovered that it was a sequel to "Billy and Me", her debut novel and, in my opinion, one of my favourite books. And after all the hysteria, I started to become anxious about the result of this book and what it could mean.I can say with almost 100% of sure, that normally, the second book of a series/duology/trilogy or whatever you wanna call it, it's not as good as we, readers, expect. So, obviously, I got a little bit app [...]


    24. I had some issues with it. What I loved so much with the first book is the relationship with Billy and sophie so I would have liked more of their relationship in this book but I can't ignore the fact that the family dynamic with both Billy's and Sophie's families grew and was so special to read about. I did also think it dragged a little too much in places and I wish there was more of the letter exchange between sophie and Billy. And for all those reasons that's why I've knocked a star but overa [...]


    25. An excellent follow on from Billy and me lovely to hear how things are going for both Billy and Sophie and it really keeps you guessing to what will happen to them both and will they get together. Sophie decides she can time time off from running her cage and go with Billy to his home in America and seeing his family. Once she gets there Billy's mum wants him back working as an actor in his home country and not chasing after Sophie and she invites someone to the house New Year's Eve and it gets [...]


    26. Thanks to net galley for letting me read this book! Was a lovely story which continued on from Billy and Me which I loved (so if you haven't read it already please go and do so before this)! Was lovely to catch up with Sophie! Wish she'd been a little more bolder in the first half of the book as I could have shook her quite a few times but as the story went on I really got into it don't let that put you off! Love to have another book in the series but give her more of a back bone as she is a lov [...]


    27. This is the sequel to Giovanna's debut novel "Billy And Me" and takes place after the "Christmas With Billy And Me" short story. This book was such a relief to read because I've read so much fantasy-esque things lately that it was nice to read something a little lighter. This story was wonderfully well paced and had many moments that made me laugh out loud. The only thing that stopped me giving this the full 5 stars was the horrible "can a man and woman actually be friends?!" cliche slipped in a [...]


    28. (3.5)I would say this was better than the first book. I could definitely tell that Giovanna's writing has gotten better. Again, this was an easy read and I liked it for the most part, as with the previous book. However it did fall a bit flat compare to other British "chick lit" writers.I found the characters still a bit annoying. Sophie was so insecure at times that I wanted to jump into the pages and shake her. Continue my review here: kirstyreadsblog.wordpress


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