Coming Home - Melanie Rose Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847561063 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Melanie Rose / Paperback / Book is published 2010-01-07 by AVON, a division of HarperCollins ... more
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by - written on 20/07/13, updated on 20/07/13 (Very useful, 9 readings)
When a young woman becomes stranded in a snowstorm, she expects the worst. Falling unconscious in the blizzard, she is eventually found by a mysterious stranger. When she awakes, she realises a kind family have taken her under their wing to look after her. She has no idea who she is or where she was going, and to discover this, she begins hypotherapy sessions. Rather than discovering her true self, she regresses to a past life as Victorian Kitty. During her time with this family, she uncovers some ground-breaking truths about their past as well Kitty's. After reading Melanie Rose's other books 'Could it be Magic?' and 'Down to Earth', in terms of character ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/01/10 (Very useful, 84 readings)
A young woman wakes up buried in the snow and has no idea what she is doing there. She's rescued by a local family, and they take her in, promising to look after her until her memory returns. But after several days, she still has no idea where she is, who she is or what she is doing. The family are looking after her well - daughter Jadie is a delight and has spoken for the first time in years, housekeeper Tara is pleasant but she can sense something is awry, and house owner Vincent is distant but she can feel a spark there. When Tara's brother Colin visits and hypnotises her trying to find out something about her past, something is uncovered that none of them expect. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/10, updated on 21/01/10 (Very useful, 74 readings)
I do love my books and as always I can never resist a new book if I see it on offer and the blurb sounds interesting. This was what happened recently when I was in Asda and spotted that they had Mike Gayle's new book in paperback on the 2 for £7 offer. Unable to resist I started looking at another book to combine with and spotted this new book. I had never heard of the author before but, the plot seemed interesting and the fact that it had a tag stating that 'fans of Sophie Kinsella will love Melanie Rose' really had me intrigued! It wasn't long before these were in my basket and sat at home with me! The author: Melanie rose is an ... Read the complete review
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