Forget Me Not - Isabel Wolff Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007178298 / Author: Isabel Wolff / Genre: Fiction
Newest Review: ... the fact that he barely makes contact with Anna to see how Millie is progressing. Anna Temple is a very strong character ... more
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by - written on 27/06/10 (Very useful, 74 readings)
Anna Temple's life is turned upside down when she discovers a dark family secret, on top of discovering the family secret Anna is also struggling to run her own landscape gardening business as well as bringing up her young daughter Millie singlehandedly. Had Anna not decided to give up her job at the Equity Research Department to become a Landscape Gardener she probably wouldn't have unearthed the family secret. Anna's mother was always a keen gardener and had an abundance of gardening reference books, when her mother died suddenly a few years before Millie was born, Anna decided to keep a couple of her mother's gardening books as they would help her to research and ... Read the complete review
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