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The Perfect Book to Take on Holiday

Advantages: Relaxing, excellent characters, range of emotions, eminently re-readable
Disadvantages: Probably won't appeal to those who like fast-paced thrillers and violence

This book is set in Scotland over four months. It opens in May when Verena Steynton drops in to see the elderly Violet Aird, to ask her advice. Verena is planning a huge party - a ball with country dancing to live music - for her daughter Katy's 21st bi ...

Kukana 22.07.2004 · Read full review
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Review of September - Rosamunde Pilcher

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Some Things Should Remain a Secret

Advantages: If you're a fan of these kinds of novels you might like it
Disadvantages: Boring characters, boring plot, boring sex *yawn*

I have never liked Mills and Boon style romance novels. I'm sure that most romance fans know the kind of books I mean. The woman is usually passive, the man is usually domineering, the plot generally non-existent and readers like me often offended by the ...

Brooke3 07.11.2010 · Read full review
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Review of Secrets in the Marriage Bed - Nalini Singh

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Love and obsession

Advantages: Superbly written and interesting story
Disadvantages: Obsession can be annoying!!

Synopsis of the book: In 1963 when Dawn Stephens is just 14 her Mum and Dad are killed in an air-crash. Being an only child her nearest family is in Sturvendor in Somerset her Aunt Fran so she makes the trip from Canada to join her. Aunt Fran has a ...

CPTDANIELS 16.01.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Seagull Bay - Janet Tanner

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