Secrets - Patricia Scanlan Reviews
Description:ISBN 1905494025 / Author: Patricia Scanlan / Genre: Fiction / Part of the Open Door series.
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Patricia Scanlan Secrets (Open Door Series V)
Pages: 100, Paperback, New Island Books
Last Update 16.12.2013 20:58
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by megaj21 - written on 30/08/08 (Very useful, 15 readings)
of the sacrifices she has to make? Something that should have been fairly simple begins to tear the family apart as jealous Barbara will not let things lie. Cassie has the support of her friends and new man David but will she be able to cope and move on with her life? Brilliant book and is a tale of family feuds and friendships. Very easy to relate to the characters and really get involved in the book. Well written and another great read from Patricia ...
City Woman - Patricia ScanlanCity Woman - Patricia Scanlan: One of the worst books I have ... (223 words)
by Clayeree - written on 02/09/09 (Useful, 25 readings)
There is nothing good whatsoever about his book. It's characters are incredibly stupid and extremely irritating and their conversations seemed fake and unbelievable. There is no real story to the book and as soon as I realised this I found it hard to finish reading it as there seemed to be no point in doing so. The story revolves around three women who at the start of the book are unhappy with either their love life, their career, or both. Obviously by the end of the book all their problems are solved and they live happily ever after. Yet even this ending is spoilt by the phrase, "To be continued" which presumably is to force the reader into buying the next book. ...
Mirror, Mirror - Patricia ScanlanFollow on from Promises, Promises but will it give the happy ... (343 words)
by megaj21 - written on 25/08/08 (Very useful, 73 readings)
on until she has brought them both right down and will not forget the double betrayal they caused. Alexandra Johnston is dedicated to her work and really thrives on her career. She plays Chris as the fool he really is and leaves Chris out on his ear when she gets what she wants from her work. This is a really great book that is a brilliant easy read with romance, humour and friendships. As with all Patricia Scanlan books I ve read its brilliant and would recommend to ...