Smoke Gets in your Eyes - Loiuse Marley Reviews
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by - written on 20/03/12, updated on 20/03/12 (Very useful, 123 readings)
Like most people with a Kindle, I'm always on the lookout for an Amazon freebie and this novel was just such a one, although it's now being sold for 77p. Louise Marley is a new author for me so I wasn't too sure what to expect from this romantic suspense story. What I got was a novel in the best tradition of a Jilly Cooper 'bonkbuster' but lacking Cooperesque humour and ability to write. Synopsis: Set in the countryside just outside the imaginary town of Norchester is Kirkwood Manor, once the family home of the local squire but for the last century or so it has been run as an upmarket hotel by the Kirkwood family. Married to the current owner, ... Read the complete review
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