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Autumn Leaves: Chick-lit Anthology by [Bond, Samantha, Caruso, Carla, Greaves, Laura, Penney, Georgina, Spain, Katie, Vaile, Sandy]
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Sometimes the end is just the beginning... What if leaving one life behind meant the best was yet to come?
Six of Australia's leading chick lit authors present a moving and hilarious collection of autumnal stories that show the seasons may change, but true love is perennial. 

Deluge by Sandy Vaile 
Carly left Elliot more than a decade ago, and the pain still runs deep. Now an act of God will force them together - but can it reconcile their hearts? 

Leaving Princess Kate by Samantha Bond

Mark and Kate were the perfect couple, living the perfect life in their fairytale cottage, until it all went terribly wrong. Now Mark is certain Kate is going to leave him - but not if he leaves her first...

Stolen Kisses by Carla Caruso

Shy journalist Misty wasn't happy about leaving the bright lights of the city to follow an ageing rock band on tour. Then she met handsome photographer Jesse, and now leaving him is the last thing on her mind...

Run to You by Laura Greaves

Melissa signed up for the New York City Marathon in an effort to run away from her troubled past. Can she leave her broken heart behind when new romance beckons?

Rebound by Georgina Penney

Samantha left Peaceful Bay without a backwards glance - but now she's back in town, broke, unemployed and living with her OCD mother. Even worse, her childhood nemesis, Craig, is enjoying every minute of her downfall...

Just Friends by Katie Spain

Nathan is the man of her dreams, but even on their wedding night she knows she should leave him. Is their love enough to make it work?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1820 KB
  • Print Length: 102 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00UVA0LG2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,616 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)

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Autumn Leaves is an anthology full of chick-lit short stories by wonderful Australian authors. After reading Hot Stuff: Surfing Love, I checked out all the authors on iBooks to see what was available for each author and this anthology was available for free. I just couldn’t resist. I love these anthologies that have a reoccurring theme, and for this set, all stories took place in autumn. Autumn also happens to be my favourite season and sadly I do not get to experience it while living in Darwin, so this was the perfect collection to take me back to beautiful autumn days.

“She is excited, like a little kid and the bits just aren’t adding up. Dread is building like a rock in my gut. Tanya is naked in our bedroom and my girlfriend isn’t acting like she’s about to dump me.”

Mark thinks Kate is cheating and that she is planning on leaving him so Mark plans to break her heart first. Leaving Princess Kate was the perfect story to open with! So different to read a chick-lit story told from a male’s perspective. I don’t think I have read chick-lit told from just the male point of view before. This story could have gone further and it would have been so good to read! The ending was such a cliffhanger! All I could think was WOW!

“But autumn wasn’t over just yet, and for the moment, that warmed her.”

Misty and Jesse are both assigned to follow a rock band while on tour, but they would much rather get to know each other a bit better. Stolen Kisses was really special to me as it reminded me very much of the first night that Ross and I had first hung out together. It was incredibly similar in some ways. I can see how Carla Caruso is one of Renee’s favourite authors!
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A wonderful anthology that I read in a seasonally-appropriate context (ummm, I read it in autumn). Penned by primarily Adelaide authors (with one Sydneysider and an expat living in Scotland thrown in), this is a collection of the trials and vicissitudes of that thing we call love, all set amongst the turning leaves. The stories are heart-warming and engaging and are a true pleasure to read. One reads like an impossibly bad dream, but you still don;t want to put it down. I was apparently addicted to fantasy, horror, thrillers and war tales when I picked up my first romance, written by the very-talented Carla Caruso. And now it appears I won't be putting them down any time soon. Oh, I still read the other stuff, but I think I'll always find time to slip a romance into the list, now and again... I would recommend this to people that like being in love, or falling in love, or people that like being alive. Ok, I'd recommend it to anybody.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not For Me, But Worth Trying. Well Written, Excellent Editing 19 May 2015
By Ann de Vries - Published on
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The quality was consistent in each of the stories in this anthology and the stories were well matched. Writing mechanics were very good and the stories were well written. I enjoyed the Australian idioms and the flavour they gave to some of the stories. However, the book did not appeal to me or capture my interest.

I'm not sure why the stories did not work for me. I think it was partly because they were technically excellent, but did not have enough soul for my reading tastes. The stories were certainly well developed, given the restrictions of the short story format. Various emotions were conveyed well, and the reader could easily see what the characters were feeling. Descriptions brought the settings, characters and actions to life. Still, the stories failed to grab me.

Although this book did not work for me, I gave it a higher rating based on the technical quality of the work. These stories could definitely work for the right audience. There was some very mild sex in a couple of the stories, but I would still rate the book as suitable for young adults and older. The book is currently free, so it is well worth trying. Not everyone has the same tastes, so there are readers out there who will probably love it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Aussie chick lit short stories 11 October 2015
By Renee - Published on
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A fabulous collection of romantic short stories written by Australian authors. I read this in spring instead of autumn, but it's a great read at any time of year. I read this while on holiday in Adelaide and was excited to see that many of the stories were set there (and even more excited to actually meet Carla Caruso while I was on holiday!)

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