Tickled Pink - Christina Jones Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007305338 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Christina Jones / Paperback / 496 Pages / Book is published 2008-10-01 by HarperCollins ... more
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Christina Jones Tickled Pink
Pages: 400, Paperback, HarperCollins
Last Update 20.12.2013 22:39
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by - written on 27/06/13, updated on 28/06/13 (Very useful, 83 readings)
Review of Tickled Pink, a novel by Christina Jones. I am reviewing the paperback version of this book, published by Harper Collins in 2002. It has 486 pages, the cover price is £5.99 and the ISBN number is 0007126867. This book is available from amazon.co.uk priced at £4.01 (Kindle), £19.99 (Audio Book) or from 0.01p (used). **==The Plot==** The story is set in a sleepy English village called Steeple Fritton. Steeple Fritton is the sort of rural idyll that many a town dweller aspires to retire to, however for the younger locals, the village is a bit of a dump. The bus shelter is the only meeting place for the teens; the youngsters ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/04/10 (Very useful, 107 readings)
Christina Jones is not a name I recognised when I looked through the pile of books my daughter had brought for me as holiday reading, but I see she has many books to her credit and Tickled Pink is supposed to be slightly different as the Romance is there but in a different way. Set in a quiet village, this book is made up of friendships and rivalry, sadness, grieving, fun and laughter and lots of surprises. Posy is the main character, and the story starts as Posy watches Ritchie, her childhood sweetheart marry someone else. Sonia was pregnant and Ritchie was standing by her. Posy decides to leave her parents where she helps them run their ailing Bed and ... Read the complete review
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