One Night Only - Sue Welfare Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847561195 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Sue Welfare / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2012-03-01 by Avon
Newest Review: ... main character of Helen. The book really in entirely about her so its important that as readers we can like her and warm to ... more
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Funny, sharp and deeply poignant, One Night Only explore the pitf ...
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by - written on 19/03/12 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Fame and fortune can't hide the secrets of her past... When fading soap star, Helen Redford, goes back to her old home town to make a TV show about her glittering career she catches a glimpse of the might-have-beens that drove her to leave in the first place. Ex boy friends, old scores to settle, friendships gone sour, chances not taken,and secrets about Helen's family that have haunted her since she was a little girl. Will Helen be able to put her past to rest? This is the second of Sue Welfare's books I have read, the first having been The Surprise Party which was released in 2011, a book I found to be a delightful read. I was luckily sent a copy of One ... Read the complete review
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