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==About the book:== Rona Parish and her twin sister Lindsey have finally got used to their parents no longer being together. Their father Tom already has a lady friend and Avril their Mum is updating the old family home so that she can take in visitors for Bed and Breakfast. Rona work for a local magazine and has been working on a series of articles about successful, long running local businesses. With this in mind she approaches the Curzon family after Tom puts in a good word for her and the business this interest could attract for them. There is a special reason to approach the family too, as they are entering their 150 year of ... Read the complete review
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Good pace, quite good fun.
Too long - padded with unnecessary filler. Awful 'British' character - not researched well.