Fair-Weather Friend - Patricia Scanlan Reviews
Description:ISBN 1904301479 / Author: Patricia Scanlan / Genre: Fiction / Melissa and Sophie have been life-long friends. Or that's what Sophie likes to think. But things change for Sophie when she lends a helping hand to an old man and a little girl. Melissa can only watch in a jealous ... more
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Pages: 76, Paperback, New Island Books
Last Update 19.12.2013 17:13
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on until she has brought them both right down and will not forget the double betrayal they caused. Alexandra Johnston is dedicated to her work and really thrives on her career. She plays Chris as the fool he really is and leaves Chris out on his ear when she gets what she wants from her work. This is a really great book that is a brilliant easy read with romance, humour and friendships. As with all Patricia Scanlan books I ve read its brilliant and would recommend to ...
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