The Wives of Bath - Wendy Holden Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755326296 / Author: Wendy Holden / Genre: Fiction / The mother of all romantic comedies.
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by - written on 20/06/09 (Very useful, 78 readings)
This is another of my 'four for £1.00' bootsale books and I was really thrilled to have spotted this one as I have really enjoyed the Wendy Holden books that I have read in the past. THE STORY The book is based on the lives of two couples, living in Bath, whose lives' are linked by the wives' careers and lets just say they are not each other's greatest fans, so when they unexpectedly meet again at antenatal class they are both less than thrilled as are the husbands who dislike each other on sight. The couples could not be more different and their birth plans and approach to parenting reflects this; MEET ALICE AND JAKE - Alice is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/07, updated on 27/11/07 (Useful, 50 readings)
As with most things I tend to work backwards and when I saw the book "School for Husbands" by Wendy Holden it shot out from the list and I had to have it, the latest novel by Wendy Holden so I had no idea what her writing style was like and maybe should have started from the beginnning however I am now glad that I didn't. The Wives of Bath was the second book that I read by Wendy Holden and just like the last book I had read I found that I could not put it down it was entertaining from start to finish and it is very rare that I find a fictional book that I just take everywhere with me desparate to know what happens next! The book focuses ... Read the complete review
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