Simply Magic - Mary Balogh Reviews
Description:ISBN 074993803X / Genre: Romance / Author: Mary Balogh / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 2008-01-03 by Piatkus Books
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Mary Balogh Simply Magic: Number 3 in series
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by - written on 31/05/11 (Very useful, 28 readings)
After I previously borrowed a book by Mary Balogh from my local library, and wasn't that impressed, I did umm and arr about whether or not to bother borrowing another book from her "simply" collection, needless to say I did and here is my opinion of it! The book in question is - "Simply magic". Susanna Osborne is enjoying a short break away from her job as a live in school teacher at St Martins school for girls, this is due to a very kind offer from her former work colleague and best friend Frances, who just so happened to have married a Viscount the previous year. After strolling one day around the extensive grounds ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/10 (Very useful, 23 readings)
Simply Magic is the third book of the Simply Quartet of novels centred around the lives and loves of four teachers from a girls' school in Bath. Although this book is the third in the series, it can be read as a stand alone story as it's easy to pick up the main threads of what has gone before or even read the story without knowing any of the back history. Synopsis: Susanna Osbourne is the guest at a house party in the country being given by a friend who until her recent marriage, had also been a teacher at the same school where Susanna teaches. Whilst visiting her friend she meets Peter Edgworth, Viscount Whitleaf and during the course of her two week ... Read the complete review
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