Publish date: September 20th 2013
Publisher: Wunderlich (Rowohlt)
Pages no: 512
Edition language: Deutsch
, British Literature
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
I love this book. I really enjoy multi-generational sagas and it was definitely a cross between Out of Africa and Downtown Abby. The ending is definitely a surprise and I hope Lauren continues with this type of novel, I will read them all.
Read my full review: http://bit.ly/12VdwWDMy opinion: Gotta say that I went into this book with a bit of trepidation. I am not a fan of Ms. Willig's Pink Carnation series, so I had a bit of fear heading into this one to review. I am thrilled I did. I loved this atmospheric novel and the dark story w...
Interesting story, well-written, but I didn't end the book with much like nor attachment for any of the main characters.This book spans roughly the early 1900s through the mid 1920s in England and Kenya, and runs parallel to 1999 London and New York.In 1906, six year old Addie's parents died. Her fa...
3.5 star readClemmie (Clementine) Evans is a hard-working woman. She's dedicated seven years of her life to the law-firm of Cromwell, Polk & Moore and is the fast-track (if seven years is considered fast) to be considered a junior partner. Clemmie has no social life to speak of and has recently brok...
Full of historical detail and a big, sweeping romance, The Ashford Affair makes for a thrilling read. As in her beloved Pink Carnation series, Willig presents readers with a story within a story. However, in this case, the modern day (or at least kind of modern - their story is set in 1999) lovers' ...
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