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Zum Teufel mit David!: Roman | Fforde, Katie, Walther, Ursula | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch. 5 Zum Teufel mit David: Nach einer Ausbildung zur Hotelkauffrau kehrt Polly Cameron zurück an den Ort ihrer Kindheit. In dem idyllischen Fischerdorf Cherry . Die jährige Polly wohnt glücklich und zufrieden mit ihrer Katze zusammen. Bei ihrem turbulenten Leben würde eine Beziehung alles nur noch komplizierter​.

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Die jährige Polly wohnt glücklich und zufrieden mit ihrer Katze zusammen. Bei ihrem turbulenten Leben würde eine Beziehung alles nur verkomplizieren, davon ist sie fest überzeugt. Zumindest bis zu dem Tag, an dem ihr der attraktive David. "Katie Fforde: Zum Teufel mit David", der Film im Kino - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinoprogramm sowie Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung bei TV Spielfilm.​de. "Katie Fforde: Zum Teufel mit David": Polly Cameron (Rike Schmid). Nach einer Ausbildung zur Hotelkauffrau kehrt Polly Cameron zurück an. Zum Teufel mit David!: Roman | Fforde, Katie, Walther, Ursula | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch. 5 Zum Teufel mit David: Nach einer Ausbildung zur Hotelkauffrau kehrt Polly Cameron zurück an den Ort ihrer Kindheit. In dem idyllischen Fischerdorf Cherry . Katie Fforde: Zum Teufel mit David. Rike Schmid und Hendrik Duryn auf Shelter Island Ein Film der ZDF-Sonntagsfilm-Reihe Katie Fforde. Nach einer. Katie Fforde: Zum Teufel mit David: TV-Dramödie aus dem schönen Hudson Valley.

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Die jährige Polly wohnt glücklich und zufrieden mit ihrer Katze zusammen. Bei ihrem turbulenten Leben würde eine Beziehung alles nur noch komplizierter​. Katie Fforde: Zum Teufel mit David. Rike Schmid und Hendrik Duryn auf Shelter Island Ein Film der ZDF-Sonntagsfilm-Reihe Katie Fforde. Nach einer. "Katie Fforde: Zum Teufel mit David", der Film im Kino - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinoprogramm sowie Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung bei TV Spielfilm.​de.

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Die jährige One Pice Stream wohnt glücklich und zufrieden mit ihrer Katze zusammen. Überprüfe K.C. Undercover Schauspieler die Julia Bauer und versuche es erneut. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Bei der Passwort-Anfrage hat etwas nicht funktioniert. Doch Polly wäre nicht Polly, wenn sie nicht für die Dinge einstehen würde, die ihr etwas bedeuten. Weil sich die drei Weisen im Stall irren, huldigen sie nicht Jesus, sondern Brian. Zum Teufel mit David!: Roman (German Edition) - Kindle edition by Fforde, Katie, Walther, Ursula. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC. Die jährige Polly wohnt glücklich und zufrieden mit ihrer Katze zusammen. Bei ihrem turbulenten Leben würde eine Beziehung alles nur noch komplizierter​.

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For a 30 something she's quiet childish at some parts that i Just like the slogan, love will definitely find its way For a 30 something she's quiet childish at some parts that it almost made me hate her.

David Locking-Hill such an interesting double name is a male character that will have a place in me. Of course a man like him doesn't exist but he still received my admiration for his patience in dealing with the ever indecisive Polly.

I just love reading the interactions between them even though its icy cold and stiff every single time they start conversing. It gets warmer with their witty and mature jokes.

I don't intend to spoil anyone but at one point i literally feel sorry for David and would've be at all surprised if he gave up on her. But of course.

Happy endings always befall on the heroine. Perhaps not to my liking but then again, i'm just another avid reader. I'm a bit hesitant in reading Katie Fforde's other works i've purchased a number of them on a bookfest.

Crossing my fingers that the next book will worth my time. This is one of my favorite books. I read it over and over again.

It includes three of my favorite things--A strong sassy heroine, a village in England and a truly amazing romance.

I love, love love this book! Poorly edited and lacks the character development I've grown to expect of her, but I love this author and if you're a romantic at all, she's always a nice read.

Awesome book, it went totally the unexpected way, but the good way :. Three and a half stars. Forgot what I wanted to say about this book.

Polly is a 35 year old single woman, she works at a health food shop and has dreams of making a living from her pottery.

She bumps into an old school 'friend' who invites her to a dinner party. All of the other guests and the hosts are wealthy middle-class and fairly smug, especially the single man, David.

Later Polly comes to know David better through acquaintance with his rebellious teenage son Patrick. There is a love t Three and a half stars.

I understand that this was Katie Fforde's first novel and it exhibits some rather dated views of how a hero should behave, at times I thought David was like a teenage boy in his ridiculous jealousy when he wasn't even dating Polly - that sort of behaviour screams stalker to me.

Also, as I have mentioned previously, Katie Fforde doesn't really flesh out her heroes, they remain shadowy characters whose motivations are vague and never truly explained.

David is no different. If you like novels where friends and family are desperately trying to set our heroine up with a man, she's artsy and involved in saving a local parade of shops from being torn down by developers, where there are snobby dinner parties and surly teenagers and scary housekeepers you'll love this.

Although I took longer to read this novel than I usually do with Katie Fforde novels, I actually really liked this book.

The composition of the heroine, Polly, is really well done and although she has her issues and quirks, like most romantic heroines do, Fforde has managed to write her in a way where she doesn't become too quirky or contrived as a character.

Being able to stand reading the protagonist's POV without wanting to bang your head against a desk is always a nice surprise. As for the s Although I took longer to read this novel than I usually do with Katie Fforde novels, I actually really liked this book.

As for the story and Fforde's hero, they're more traditional in the sense of this being a relatively straight love plot without veering all over the place which I appreciated, rather than there being excessive plot tangents which you sometimes find in Fforde's novels.

My one gripe with this story is the sex scenes - they're not particularly sexy and you can't help feeling that while the author has got the romance pitched just right, she hasn't been particularly successful with the erotic part of the relationship.

There's few words as un-sexy during lovemaking scenes as 'vagina' and unfortunately in trying to go into more detail than a strategic fade to black, Fforde has approached these scenes far too clinically for them to be an appealing part of the story.

A lovely love story, but not really hot enough when it tries to be sexy. The protagonist got on my nerves more often than not okay, I get it, you're unhappy and you're fat and poor, Jesus, I felt sorry for you at first but there's only so much self-pity I can take , and her relationship if I can call it that with her love interest developed entirely inexplicably, with absolutely no chemistry.

Her lack of a sexual past was only ever discussed with her friends and inside her head, and I thought maybe the guy she's knockin' boots with should be told about it as well The protagonist got on my nerves more often than not okay, I get it, you're unhappy and you're fat and poor, Jesus, I felt sorry for you at first but there's only so much self-pity I can take , and her relationship if I can call it that with her love interest developed entirely inexplicably, with absolutely no chemistry.

Her lack of a sexual past was only ever discussed with her friends and inside her head, and I thought maybe the guy she's knockin' boots with should be told about it as well.

I actually rooted for them to not get together. The blurb on the back of the book also made the protagonist's involvement with the building preservation thing sound like it would make more of an appearance in the book than it actually did, and I was disappointed by that as well as the happy-ending solution on the whole thing.

Can we fuck again now? All I expect from a good romance novel is that it is entertaining, and this one certainly was that. Would something like that happen in real life?

Should you read it? Yes, if you want to enoy some sweeping off the feet and all that jazz. The story centers on a year old spinster that is trying to make it on her own, professionally and otherwise.

She doesn't believe in marriage, cannot understand what's all the fuss about sex Well, who knew! Of course, situation gets complicated mostly because Polly the main character is overthinking everything women tend to do that a lot But things get sorted out in the end and this is not a spoiler because they always do get sorted out in proper romance novels.

Polly Cameron is happy being single, independent and living her life the way she wants to with her cat Selina even though her well meaning friends and mother are desperate to see her married and settled down.

When she accepts a dinner invitation from her friend Melissa and meets David Rocking Hill her ideas on her life are turned upside down due to the sparkling mutual attraction between them.

Offset against a variety of Polly's escapades including her penchant for pottery, her save the buildings Polly Cameron is happy being single, independent and living her life the way she wants to with her cat Selina even though her well meaning friends and mother are desperate to see her married and settled down.

Offset against a variety of Polly's escapades including her penchant for pottery, her save the buildings campaign she is involved in with the locals, running the Whole nut, fighting off the attentions of the lecherous Tristan Black a local radio host and a myriad other complications can Polly ever give in to her true desires and finally risk losing her heart and give up her freespirited lifestyle to settle down to be David's wife and a "sort of" mother to his rebellous son Patrick?

Absolutely hilarious and a wonderful read. Finally a heroine I can relate to. The story lags in the latter half and the ending is a bit anticlimactic but it's well worth the read for a protagonist who isn't obsess Finally a heroine I can relate to.

The story lags in the latter half and the ending is a bit anticlimactic but it's well worth the read for a protagonist who isn't obsessed with men and shoes.

Fairly typical chic-lit. The ending was a bit abrupt and too unrealistic. One of those stories where the author had to blatantly write what was happening because it didn't come across in the action or dialogue.

Having said that, it was an enjoyable enough read, and I'm pretty sure Helen Fielding read this book before writing 'Bridget Jones'.

An easy relaxing read. Perfect for an exhausted, wet Monday night! Actually not really a good book, or a good story BUT just too good to read!

Very amusing, very romantic, I enjoyed it a lot. Normally a big fan of all things Katie Fforde, but for some reason this book just didn't leave me with any happy, fluffy feelings!

Found the story to be very slow and most of the characters a little dull and flat. I think I enjoyed this because I recognised the characters, it had a resinance being an earlier KF, somehow it seemed more 'realistic', recognisable.

Anyway it got me through the wee hours so it did the trick. Oh, how I enjoyed the book! But not because it was such a good story.

But having decided to re read all of Katie Fforde's books from first to last, I had to begin with this one. I started off thinking I had already read the book.

Of course I knew how the story was going to end, but not the events that would take it there. Here characters, especially David, felt a bit flat.

He Oh, how I enjoyed the book! He seemed to have no personality and that which he did showed was changing depending on the need of the scene.

But even though the story was really bad, I could not help to read this and felt this book gave me the opportunity to look into the mind of a first time writer, especially one I know I enjoy reading come her later books.

I enjoyed the book because it had some very funny a-typical Katie Fforde turn of events. Some word choices am not used to her using, more sexual scenes, which I find uncomfortable to read; they just don't fit her style.

You can really feel her trying to find what she herself is comfortable with and trying to find her voice.

However, I felt like the feminine ideas were a bit too much focussed upon and were set aside quite easily though not as easy as in Outlander by Diana Galbaldon.

I also felt the sexual scenes a bit too much like Outlander as well, this British UPPER class not middle, like suggested in the book , stiff-upper-lip, "middle-aged" man who suddenly has no problem prancing around naked, and in front of fireplaces up in the highlands as well Also I felt like the deceased wife did little for the story.

It might've been nice if this were still an issue for either the lead male character or someone close to him to make the love story extra difficult.

Overall, not a good book. But if you know Katie's later books and enjoy them, you would appreciate this one too.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. At the start of the story Polly is a fairly happy celibate thirty-five year old and at the end she is engaged to just the person you predict in Chapter One see, it wasn't really a spoiler was it?

Of course there are the inevitable other nice things a chance for her real career to take off, some doing good with a light-hearted touch and nasty things a cad, a pregnancy scare and assorted mis-understandings along the way and it is these that provide the entertainment and diversions from the formulaic that make it jolly good fun.

I probably won't go all out to collect everything by this scion of the fforde family, but I'll not ignore anything more that happens to come my way.

I'm torn between giving this three and four stars. I did enjoy reading this book, but for me, there probably wasn't enough of the hero on the page.

And when he was on the page, albeit it was from Polly's POV, I was never sure if he was "attractive" enough - he did have his moments when he was though.

I suppose this book didn't grab me like some others have, and I'm thinking about the characters even when I'm not reading it.

However, it delivers the HEA ending we all want in a romance, and I did I'm torn between giving this three and four stars.

However, it delivers the HEA ending we all want in a romance, and I did empathise with Polly throughout the story.

It's riddled with witty humour, which gave me laugh out loud moments, so definitely an enjoyable read. I just loved Polly's character. She seems a very real person, with a life that many of us can relate to: working at a 'job' so she's able to afford doing what she loves.

The humor is very British, but that doesn't detract from the story, since we all know people who are just like the people in Polly's life. The romance is warm and friendly, although David's attraction seems rather sudden.

However, the supporting characters are well-drawn and likeable, and you're cheering for Polly the whole way t I just loved Polly's character.

However, the supporting characters are well-drawn and likeable, and you're cheering for Polly the whole way through. I recently read Artistic License, which I enjoyed, and consequently thought I'd give this one a go.

This turned out to be a bad idea, as these books were VERY similar. However, it might just be that things a different in my part of the world:- I will definitely read more books by this author, but I'll wait a while this time.

One of Fforde's earlier books. It was a good read but the main character was another one of those annoying women who are courted by a considerate, handsome, wealthy, and very much in love man, and make trouble for themselves because they have these dumb scruples about being seen as marrying for the money, or losing their independence when it's quite clear the man has no interest in their becoming dependent on them, and of course the woman is madly in love back but There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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En dan is er dat opgedirkte etentje waar ze ook nog als tafeldame moet fungeren van David Locking-Hill, een even keurige als gevaarlijk aantrekkelijke man die een bovengemiddelde aandacht voor Polly heeft.

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Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Zum Teufel mit David! Not quite sure why I was so determined to finish this, other than it was undemanding and I was bored.

I've grown to hate Ffordes characters. The women always act like they're about 60, despite supposedly being quite young, but are always innocent, sweet, naive and old fashioned while the men are always much older, overly protective and patronising, inevitably calling them or implying 'you silly little thing' one way or another.

The woman stubbornly holds on to her ideas of independence and ref Not quite sure why I was so determined to finish this, other than it was undemanding and I was bored.

The woman stubbornly holds on to her ideas of independence and refuses any sort of relationship even after having the most amazing sex.

But, is eventually worn down, before finally admitting that she secretly yearns to have a man to take care of her and the man smiles kindly at her, knowing he was right all along.

Generally the heroine bleats about keeping her ideals and tells him not to expect her to give up her feminist ways, which is usually silenced with a bit of seduction.

Something about this type of romance just sets my teeth on edge. Not even the awesomeness that is Rebecca could make me like Maxim and our narrator's relationship for those very reasons.

There's nothing wrong with Fforde's books, but they're not for me. View 2 comments. Pure fluff, but a quick, enjoyable summer read. The best line? When someone tells our heroine that she should live life to the full and take chances, she says something like I read library books in the bath'.

I always feel slightly mean giving a book 1 star but I have to say I didn't enjoy this book and I think the worst part of it was I felt like it COULD quite easily have been a book I enjoyed- if the characters communicated even slightly better throughout the majority of the book instead of perpetually arguing and yet insisting they were in love with the other in a way that just felt rather confusingly rushed.

I'll be honest, though, the main thing that put me off and threw me out of the story wer I always feel slightly mean giving a book 1 star but I have to say I didn't enjoy this book and I think the worst part of it was I felt like it COULD quite easily have been a book I enjoyed- if the characters communicated even slightly better throughout the majority of the book instead of perpetually arguing and yet insisting they were in love with the other in a way that just felt rather confusingly rushed.

I'll be honest, though, the main thing that put me off and threw me out of the story were the sex scenes- I'm not a fan in general but these were just so awfully graphic and yet terribly clinical.

Also, have to say whilst it is acceptable, if cliche to describe a man's physique as like a 'greek statue', describing his privae parts as 'like a greek statue' implies something rather less flattering.

I'm sorry. I wanted to like it but I found myself growing to dislike the characters with their perpetual bad tempers and very odd ideas about being in love.

OKAY SO this very easily could have been a 3 or even a 4 star read until it took a hard swerve into Problematicville, very much showing its age.

I've had a mountain of my mom's old Katie Fforde books for ages, and I've been meaning to read them my whole life.

Yesterday the urge gripped me after twenty or so years of seeing them around. I picked Living Dangerously at random and was instantly engaged. Her books are cozily, clunkily, old-fashionedly OKAY SO this very easily could have been a 3 or even a 4 star read until it took a hard swerve into Problematicville, very much showing its age.

Her books are cozily, clunkily, old-fashionedly English, with lots of talk of AGAs and Rayburns and public schools and English Warms and Wellingtons and tea kettles.

I loved the main character, and I even quite liked the main dude. I'm so going to read the rest of her books, aren't I? This is another modern take of Pride and Prejudice, but in Fforde's deft hands, it truly shines.

It's her first book and unlike most romance authors, her inexperience does not show. In fact, this and The Rose Revived are her best books.

She's gotten too formularic as she has continued writing. As in all of Fforde's books, you've got the artsy heroine Polly who's set in her ways making pottery, living frugally and celibate but has her whole world changed when she meets a rich, but aloof man D This is another modern take of Pride and Prejudice, but in Fforde's deft hands, it truly shines.

As in all of Fforde's books, you've got the artsy heroine Polly who's set in her ways making pottery, living frugally and celibate but has her whole world changed when she meets a rich, but aloof man David.

The trials Polly goes through dating hot young thing Tristan are comical as is her resistance to love. A great book from start to finish. A typical chic-lit.

When your brain wants a quick chocolatey sugary fix, this is for you. Though its cover illustrator obviously hasn't read the book.

Polly's not that skinny as in the cover. I found that this story took me a while to get into but once I did it was definitely addictive — I really wanted to find out what Polly would decide to do with her life.

Polly is a cautious character who is happy living the single and celibate life, she had some not so great experiences when she was younger and this has left her unwilling to jump into the dating scene.

Her friends and mother all urge her to give men a chance and they keep trying to set her up, this has some funny consequences tha I found that this story took me a while to get into but once I did it was definitely addictive — I really wanted to find out what Polly would decide to do with her life.

Her friends and mother all urge her to give men a chance and they keep trying to set her up, this has some funny consequences that had me laughing out loud.

There were many great characters in this story — Tristan is cheeky and persistent with a unscrupulous edge, Patrick is a young, misunderstood boy who I thought was actually really nice and had a good head on his shoulders.

David is a character who I continually changed my mind about, I disliked him then liked him, then disliked him then liked him again!

I really did like her character though and I found myself getting annoyed with her for having so much self doubt. This is a lovely light book that is great for curling up on the sofa with, perfect escapism.

I will definitely be reading more from Katie Fforde. View 1 comment. Just like the slogan, love will definitely find its way The book starts off pretty slow and quiet confusing but its not short of funny musings from a something woman.

Polly is witty but her stubborn feminist self gets on my nerves. No wonder there's so much on feminists. Although i agree that women should independent on this day and age but i would've liked Polly more if she understands the time and place to show that side of her.

For a 30 something she's quiet childish at some parts that i Just like the slogan, love will definitely find its way For a 30 something she's quiet childish at some parts that it almost made me hate her.

David Locking-Hill such an interesting double name is a male character that will have a place in me. Of course a man like him doesn't exist but he still received my admiration for his patience in dealing with the ever indecisive Polly.

I just love reading the interactions between them even though its icy cold and stiff every single time they start conversing.

It gets warmer with their witty and mature jokes. I don't intend to spoil anyone but at one point i literally feel sorry for David and would've be at all surprised if he gave up on her.

But of course. Happy endings always befall on the heroine. Perhaps not to my liking but then again, i'm just another avid reader.

I'm a bit hesitant in reading Katie Fforde's other works i've purchased a number of them on a bookfest. Crossing my fingers that the next book will worth my time.

This is one of my favorite books. I read it over and over again. It includes three of my favorite things--A strong sassy heroine, a village in England and a truly amazing romance.

I love, love love this book! Poorly edited and lacks the character development I've grown to expect of her, but I love this author and if you're a romantic at all, she's always a nice read.

Awesome book, it went totally the unexpected way, but the good way :. Three and a half stars. Forgot what I wanted to say about this book.

Polly is a 35 year old single woman, she works at a health food shop and has dreams of making a living from her pottery. She bumps into an old school 'friend' who invites her to a dinner party.

All of the other guests and the hosts are wealthy middle-class and fairly smug, especially the single man, David. Later Polly comes to know David better through acquaintance with his rebellious teenage son Patrick.

There is a love t Three and a half stars. I understand that this was Katie Fforde's first novel and it exhibits some rather dated views of how a hero should behave, at times I thought David was like a teenage boy in his ridiculous jealousy when he wasn't even dating Polly - that sort of behaviour screams stalker to me.

Also, as I have mentioned previously, Katie Fforde doesn't really flesh out her heroes, they remain shadowy characters whose motivations are vague and never truly explained.

David is no different. If you like novels where friends and family are desperately trying to set our heroine up with a man, she's artsy and involved in saving a local parade of shops from being torn down by developers, where there are snobby dinner parties and surly teenagers and scary housekeepers you'll love this.

Although I took longer to read this novel than I usually do with Katie Fforde novels, I actually really liked this book.

The composition of the heroine, Polly, is really well done and although she has her issues and quirks, like most romantic heroines do, Fforde has managed to write her in a way where she doesn't become too quirky or contrived as a character.

Being able to stand reading the protagonist's POV without wanting to bang your head against a desk is always a nice surprise.

As for the s Although I took longer to read this novel than I usually do with Katie Fforde novels, I actually really liked this book.

As for the story and Fforde's hero, they're more traditional in the sense of this being a relatively straight love plot without veering all over the place which I appreciated, rather than there being excessive plot tangents which you sometimes find in Fforde's novels.

My one gripe with this story is the sex scenes - they're not particularly sexy and you can't help feeling that while the author has got the romance pitched just right, she hasn't been particularly successful with the erotic part of the relationship.

There's few words as un-sexy during lovemaking scenes as 'vagina' and unfortunately in trying to go into more detail than a strategic fade to black, Fforde has approached these scenes far too clinically for them to be an appealing part of the story.

A lovely love story, but not really hot enough when it tries to be sexy. The protagonist got on my nerves more often than not okay, I get it, you're unhappy and you're fat and poor, Jesus, I felt sorry for you at first but there's only so much self-pity I can take , and her relationship if I can call it that with her love interest developed entirely inexplicably, with absolutely no chemistry.

Her lack of a sexual past was only ever discussed with her friends and inside her head, and I thought maybe the guy she's knockin' boots with should be told about it as well The protagonist got on my nerves more often than not okay, I get it, you're unhappy and you're fat and poor, Jesus, I felt sorry for you at first but there's only so much self-pity I can take , and her relationship if I can call it that with her love interest developed entirely inexplicably, with absolutely no chemistry.

Her lack of a sexual past was only ever discussed with her friends and inside her head, and I thought maybe the guy she's knockin' boots with should be told about it as well.

I actually rooted for them to not get together. The blurb on the back of the book also made the protagonist's involvement with the building preservation thing sound like it would make more of an appearance in the book than it actually did, and I was disappointed by that as well as the happy-ending solution on the whole thing.

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