Hens Reunited - Lucy Diamond Reviews
Description:ISBN 0330464353 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Lucy Diamond / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2009-08-07 by Pan Books
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by - written on 22/12/09 (Very useful, 39 readings)
Hen reunited is a story about three best friends who were at each others hen nights, and how after many years and the failures of all three of their marriages they get back together for a new celebration. You meet Alice, a new mother who is left to fend for herself and beautiful baby Iris when her love rat husband cheats on her, when his new found celebrity status makes him a little too big for his boots. Katie, who after the breakdown of her marriage to vile never can be trusted ex husband has moved onto to a new relationship with the perfect man, but is still scared of settling down. Finally we are introduced to the most glamorous of the friends Georgia, a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/09 (Very useful, 59 readings)
Katie, Georgia and Alice thought they would be best friends forever. As well as being great friends they were also all at each others hen nights. Years later however, all of the girls' marriages have fallen apart and the girls barely keep in contact. Katie's marriage was so bad it left her scared to marry again. What's she going to do when her new boyfriend proposes? Georgia is a single newspaper columnist who ruined Alice's marriage, can Alice ever forgive Georgia? Alice is now a single mother worried she'll never get over her ex. Can she find love again? Can the girls ever make up and go back to how their friendship was? Hens Reunited was the first book I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/09 (Useful, 35 readings)
Yes I've returned to fluffy literature After the thrills of the last couple of books I've read and enjoyed, a brief dip into some fluffy chick lit was inevitable. And enjoyable. This is the story of three friends, Katie, Georgia and Alice. The tale of their three very different hen parties, a brief insight into the breakdown of their marriages and friendship, and the finding each other again. Katie is a Maths teacher. Married first, and far too young. Divorced quickly and built up walls. When a shock proposal sweeps her back into her past, she starts to understand how she became the way she did and decides to turn herself ... Read the complete review
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