Take A Look At Me Now - Anita Notaro Reviews
Description:ISBN 059305797X / Author: Anita Notaro / Genre: Fiction / Most of us can remember a defining moment in our lives. A split second when time stood still and our lives changed forever. For Lily Ormond, that moment came late one night when she answered a knock on the door and ... more
Take A Look At Me Now - Anita Notaro ... discovered that while she'd been smashing garlic and rosemary and watching the soaps, her sister Alison had drowned. Coming to terms with losing her only sibling and best friend was devastating, becoming a mother overnight to Ali's three-year-old son Charlie was mind-boggling, but discovering that her identical twin had been leading a secret life for years was almost Lily's undoing...And so begins a journey linked with four men who'd been part of a life she hadn't even known existed. A journey that forces Lily to come to terms with a father who'd never really cared for her, a child who needs her too much and a sister who wasn't what she seemed.
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by - written on 28/01/08, updated on 28/01/08 (Very useful, 183 readings)
A few years ago, you wouldn't have caught me reading an Anita Notaro book for love or money. I thought they were for old people and I didn't want to be seen reading one. Eventually my mum persuaded me to read one and I am so glad that I did because her books were funny, easy to read and just a great story. And now, her newest release, "Take A Look At Me Now" is one of the best reads I have had in a long time. This book mainly follows the story of Lily Ormond. Lily works as a hostess at a Law Firm where she plods along. However, when her twin sister meets an untimely death and her nephew now becomes her responsibility, Lily has to grow up fast. But ... Read the complete review
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