The Secret Pearl - Mary Balogh Reviews
Description:ISBN 0440242975 / Genre: Romance / Author: Mary Balogh / 432 pages / Book published 2006-01-27 by Bantam Books Ltd
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by - written on 20/04/11 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I know, I know, I keep saying how many books I have got to read at home, but as soon as my kids make me take them to the library something takes over and I cannot stop myself from taking a peek, and this book looked so like the sort I like to read, and the fact that I was introduced to this author last month (and thoroughly enjoyed it!), I decided that it would be rude not to! (Lol!). The book in question is - "The secret pearl - Mary Balogh". As the man leaves the theatre he spots the girl standing in the shadows, or does he? She doesn't move forwards to show herself fully, but he knows she is a lay of the night, and knows that even ... Read the complete review
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