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Whisk Me Up: A Havisham Park small-town romance set in Yorkshire, England by [Monodee, Zee]
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After fainting backstage at a fashion week, supermodel Mary Beth Beresford is forced to go into hiding in the sleepy North Yorkshire village of Stonydale in Havisham Park when her sisters kidnap her and bring her there to their late father's family stronghold so she'll face the truth - she is anorexic.

Never one to be bossed around, Mary Beth attempts to break out the very next morning...only to land onto the path of the gorgeous, Viking-like pub owner and chef, Niall Barry.

Suddenly, sticking around in this one-horse town doesn't look like Purgatory anymore.
But Niall is a very private person who shies away from celebrity, and Mary Beth is one of the biggest celebs on the planet. Not to mention that she is an aristocrat - daughter of the late earl and member of the peerage - while he is simply a working-class chef.

Is any relationship between them doomed to collapse like a failed soufflé?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3102 KB
  • Print Length: 253 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Rose of Atlantis Press; 1 edition (May 4 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00WCT6Y7K
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4.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Read May 18 2015
By SugarAndSpice - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
4.5 stars

*possible spoilers*

I've read several of Zee's books already. What surprises me as they always make me feel so deeply. I had to bring out the tissues again with this one. What I especially loved about this book was the real and very touching journey that Mary Beth went through in her healing from anorexia. It wasn't brought across in a gruesome, trying to garner sympathy way, but in a realistic way of how a strong woman with lots of passion for life overcomes a difficult disease. It also wasn't the main focus of the book but it definitely makes the reader aware of the horrors of allowing skewed image and modern expectations destroy one's health. The story of how Mary Beth grew as a person and found her own direction for her life was thoroughly enjoyable to read.

I have to admit, I struggled with the book in the beginning - specifically with the dialect of the Yorkshire people. I couldn't work out what they were saying sometimes. I did, however, love the setting and the whole feel of the place. I'm sure the subsequent books in the series will be fascinating.

The romance was sweet and touching. I loved Niall. He was really a big, gorgeous teddy-bear of a man - a gentle giant. I thought Mary Beth was amazing. She was tender, sweet, yet a tough cookie on the inside. They were perfect for one another. I loved the journey that Niall had to take. I won't give it away.

Another part of the book which kept me gripped was the periscope into the world of fashion and modelling. I can see the writer spent much time researching that and the issues with anorexia. To me it seemed true to life although I've never had much knowledge about the fashion industry. Her idea that anorexia often stems from deeper issues than just body image was spot on too.
5.0 out of 5 stars Lovely story of looking honestly at oneself, making changes and opening the heart to love. Oct. 5 2015
By Dee Archer - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
An engrossing tale of the journey to love by Mary Beth and Niall. Found the antics of the sisters very comical; the insight into the disease of anorexia enlightening. The addition of the Yorkshire accent provided a sense of authenticity. This reader enjoyed watching the two characters come to terms with who they were and who they wanted to be. The honesty and willingness to face facts and allow perceptions to change made this reading adventure a true joy. Five Stars.