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After her father's death, 10-year-old Renee and her mother are forced to take in two lodgers. Renee grows up weaving romantic fantasies around them, firstly the dependable Jack and later the charming Fergus. He cements her obsession with him by seducing her, then breaking her heart.

With the advent of the Second World War, Renee is thrown into further turmoil as the two men are sent into action, leaving her to a whirlwind of RAF sergeants stationed in the area.

She meets and falls in love with Glynn, and the pair decide to marry. However, something remains wrong in Renee's world...could her secret fear be the reason for her inability to find lasting happiness?

©2007 Doris Davidson; (P)2008 Soundings

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  • Ayesha
  • 02-05-09

Munday Girl by Dorris Davidson

A fascinating story about a young girls hopes, dreams, confusion and loyalties ... Renee and her mother Anne are forced to open their home for lodgers after the death of Renee's father. They have a succession of lodgers, Bill, Jack, Mike, Tim and Fergus. Each has a great impact on Anne and Renee's life ... but Fergus's impact is devistating ... so devistating, that it threatens Renee's marriage. Why is she called Monday Girl? Can anyone save her from the hell Fergus has forced her to live in? This is why I love this book, you think you know the answers, but they might just surprise you! A really believable story accurately depicting a young girl's teen obssessions, hopes and dreams. Read to find the answers. A must listen.

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