A Private Affair - Leslie Lokko Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: Leslie Lokko / Publication Date: 2011 / Publisher: Orion
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Lesley Lokko A Private Affair
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by - written on 30/03/12 (Useful, 17 readings)
I picked this book up off the shelf as I was in the mood for some Chick Lit. The brain needed a rest and this was the perfect way to do it, or so I thought. Lesley Lokko's A Private Affair is a bit more than your usual boy meets girl stuff. It tells the story of four different women, whose lives come together when they are originally from very diverse backgrounds. The characters are believable and you really get the sense of their personalities as the story continues. All of these women end up linked to same man. Captain Nick Beasdale. As I spent 22 years as an Army Wife, I really identified with the locations that Lesley used in the book. They were properly researched .. Read the complete review
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