The House on Fortune Street - Margot Livesey Reviews
Description:ISBN 0061451525 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Margot Livesey / Hardcover / 320 Pages / Book is published 2008-05 by Harper
Newest Review: ... searching for her one true love. Which she hasn't got with her two timing boyfriend. Edward is a teacher, who also plays ... more
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Pages: 311, Edition: Reprint, Paperback, Harper Perennial
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Dara should be a happy. She works as her dream job, a social worker, and is very good at it. Since being a child, though, Dara has wanted her dream wedding, and she's spent most of her adult years searching for her one true love. Which she hasn't got with her two timing boyfriend. Edward is a teacher, who also plays violin, and who lives with his ex girlfriend and her two year old child. Neither have the life they always dreamed for, and neither know what to do about it. Dara secretly longs for Edward, but would never admit it, and Edward has more then just a soft spot for their daring, out spoken friend Abigail, who is happily married. As the ... Read the complete review
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