Moonlight and Ashes - Rosie Goodwin Reviews
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by - written on 27/06/11 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I am not what you would call loyal author wise, with me reading pretty much anything I can lay my hands on, but due to my mother in law is a massive fan of a local author Rosie Goodwin I find myself reviewing another book from her collection......again! The book in question is - "Moonlight and ashes". Despite being stuck in an abusive marriage Maggie Bright feels she has been dealt a lucky hand, she owns her own home and has three beautiful children who are her entire world, so what if she was tricked into bed by her then boyfriends identical twin brother, which then of course produced her own set of twins Danny and ... Read the complete review
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