Determined to be reunited with her siblings and to make something of herself, Charity runs away to 1960s London and begins to forge a new life.
©1995 Lesley Pearse; (P)2007 Isis Publishing
I've read other Lesley Pearse titles and bought this same on the assumtion that they would be just as exciting. If it wasn't for the Narrator I would have left this book half way. The situations didn't add up. That is what I found most unbecoming. LP is a lovely author, but this is not one of her best books.
Great book to read when you need nothing taxing. It flows well with a good story. You get totally wrapped up in the story. Sad in places but a good ending with lots going on in-between. OK its a chicks book as well!
"A very good read"
Although I really enjoyed reading this title because of it's wonderfull narration and moving storyline, I was a bit shocked by some very graphic descriptions in this book. I felt there didn't need to be so much lengthy graphic scenes and that this spoiled the read a bit for me. However the general story was overall moving and compelling.
"Not the best"
Not the best I have read by this author must say I was a little disappointed.
"nice average story"
nice easy book to listen to, it did get a little monotonous at times but then some of the characters were quiet exciting.
A wonderful gripping story, as are all of Lesley Pearse's books, with that lovely warm feeling at the end.
If you want a book with loads of variety, action and interest with love thrown in, and just the right amount of eroticism thrown in this book will meet your criteria.
Gripping, moving, compelling
I'll try not to say too much because I don't want to spoil the story.... 1 word - Daniel!
She says some words in a peculiar way (words with a G in the middle in particular) and some of her accents are a little strange... which did put me off a little, BUT overall very good.
"The children" and Daniel.
This is the 2nd book I have read for LP's and all I can say is I want to read more!
(The first book I read was A Lesser Evil and according to many reviews, it is not her best).
I enjoyed both immensly and look forward to reading more! I have used my last couple of credits to buy the ones here and recently bougt another whilst out shopping.
That reminds me - - I must check the Kindle store *shoots off to check*
"Could not stop listening this book had me gripped"
As its a long book just in case I missed anything and srcondly it is a good book.
Too many to vchoose from
This book goes everywhere happy, sad , disappointment, surprise
Just listen to it you won't regret it
"So Easy to Listen To"
Love listening to Lesley Pearse, she tells such a good story and you just want to keep listening all the time, feeling sad when you reach the end.
This was really enjoyable, certainly kept me hooked in throughout.
I only wish there were more titles by Lesley on Audible - I would listen to them all.
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