Sparkles - Louise Bagshawe Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755304314 / Author: Louise Bagshawe / Genre: Fiction / Crossing decades and continents, SPARKLES is the totally compelling story of ... more
Sparkles - Louise Bagshawe ... the Massot family. Fabulously wealthy, internationally adored, the Massots own one of the last great aristocratic jewellery firms in Paris. But where is its owner Pierre, missing presumed dead for 15 years? And what will happen to his beautiful young widow Sophie? The answers lie rooted in the past and form part of the future - in a way no-one could ever have guessed.
Newest Review: ... mother in law for company. Sophie decides it's time to declare Pierre officially dead, sure no-one could blame her? It had ... more
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Sophie Masot is beautiful, happily married to your gorgeous, powerful and uber rich husband Pierre massot. Owner of House Masot, one of Paris's most poweful jewellery houses., and proud mother to son Thomas. All is looking rosy until Sophie's wealthy husband Pierre disappears. Where to nobody seems to know, not his young son who was waiting for his papa to return, not his quiet wife Sophie or his overbearinly dovoted Maman, the elegant Katherine Massot. Seven years on and Sophie decides that enough is enough. Tom is grown up, now 18 and off studying at Oxford University in England, while she sits in the ever more depressing Massot mansion with only her bitter ... Read the complete review
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