Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Barbara Elsborg lives in Kent in the South of England. She always wanted to be a spy, but having confessed to everyone. Strangers: Ellora’s Cave This was good!! Really good. Buuttt I was able to put it down and go to sleep without dreaming about them. For the. When the worlds of these two strangers collide, their lives take an upward twist. In surviving Strangers. Front Cover. Barbara Elsborg. Ellora’s Cave Publishing.
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Her books feature quirky heroines, bad boys, and sometimes paranormal creatures and she hopes they are as much fun to read as they were to write Learn more about Barbara Elsborg. And if there weren’t enough signs already, within a week of Kate and Charlie wlsborg up over the most ridiculous misunderstanding, Charlie nearly view spoiler [slept with another woman. We slowly get to find out bits and pieces of what has happened to her and what a train wreck her life has been.
I’m not going to lie – this book had all kinds of crazy. It’s not for the fainthearted. So we have our two damaged heroes, we know Kate didn’t have an easy past, everything is still blurred at this point regarding what really happened to her. I love you because you’ve made me see I’m more than I thought.
Coming out on the 16th of February Feb 08, The story is just amazing Review in progress I loved, loved, loved that they could both dish it out. Her books feature quirky heroines, bad boys, and sometimes paranormal creatures and she hopes they are as much fun to read as they were to write.
Matthew, Marcus, Miriam, Marthe – All main characters. Too many names beginning strangerw M.
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Charlie Storm has turned being a bad boy into an art form. We know she was the unfortunate recipient of a stupid and mean bet, that drove her to the beach with the intention to drown herself.
Barbara Elsborg lives in Kent in the south of England. Thank you Kathleen Young for finding this book. View all 21 comments. Donna, Hayes, Bill and Nancy. As a couple I was rooting for Charlie and Kate all the way. More Tales of the City. I will finish it and let u know.
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Even after reading the synopsis im suprised about how much I enjoyed this book. Charlie has turned being a bad boy into an art form but his inner demons have sent him spiralling out of control and right out to sea.
From the odd first encounter, until the hand wringing, heart wrenching ending.
Charlie strangerd Kate possess such a fun chemistry and banter with each other. From a bird with a broken wing to barbarq boy doing the breaking. I want you to taste me. I want us to grow old together and when we die, I want us to die in each other’s arms, because I can’t live in a world without you by my side.
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And there was a lot of it here ehehehehe but elsboorg didn’t bother me, because it blended with the story perfectly: I hope you do to! Kiss a Falling Star. I like it then I dont then I like it again.
I never fell for Charlie, as I would stragners liked to. There were a couple of things, in this story that set my teeth on edge, but for the most part I thoroughly enjoyed this very sexy story!
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Wilson – LOL – yep, I still love him!
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D Even though it starts with a suicide attempt, I have to say, that was one of the funniest and at the same time incredibly heartbreaking suicide scene ever! But now, their present babara almost just as absurd! So much so that I immediately bought and read several of her other books. Even if they both commit mistakes you will still wanna see them both together in the end. View all 23 comments. View all 28 comments.