Well Groomed - Fiona Walker Reviews
Description:ISBN 034066049X / Author: Fiona Walker / Genre: Fiction / Follow up to French Relations, but very readable by itself, takes you into the ... more
Well Groomed - Fiona Walker ... lives of the landed gentry, film stars, the upper class with country houses, and cross country eventing, with a liberal splash of fantastic fun, hysterical happenings and romantic rendezvous.
Newest Review: ... living with Niall, her happy-go-lucky Irish actor boyfriend, who she fell madly in love with in French Relations. However, ... more
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by - written on 10/06/07 (Somewhat useful, 186 readings)
Well Groomed is the sequeal novel to the popular French Relations by Fiona Walker. Fast forward two years from Tash French's horse riding and heart ache in her Mother's french chateau, she is happily living with Niall, her happy-go-lucky Irish actor boyfriend, who she fell madly in love with in French Relations. However, all is not well, depite still being in love with Niall, they don't spend anytime with each other due to Niall's heavy filming schedule. A misunderstanding at christmas by Tash's grandmother Etty leads to an unexpected engagement and Tash and Niall are thrown into wedding plans that they put up with to keep their families happy. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/06/01, updated on 30/06/01 (Very useful, 149 readings)
I Have finally finished yet another Fiona Walker novel. This one is called “Well Groomed” and is a follow up from “French Relations”. Because it is a continued story it was easy to get into at the beginning. It follows the main characters being Tash French, Niall O’Shaunessey and Hugo Beauchamp. French Relations finished with Tash and Niall finally getting together after a string of misunderstandings and bad timings. Well Groomed continues the story two years on and now Tash and Niall have set up home together in a rented cottage called “The Old Forge” at Fosbourne Ducis. They moved there so Tash could start a new ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/12/00, updated on 08/12/00 (Very useful, 176 readings)
Well, Hugo is well tasty in my opinion, but I digress! I like this book so much, that I suggested to the nice man who runs this section that he might like to add this book, just so that I can give my opinion on it. I read this book before its prequel, French Relations, but it really didn't matter. The book's heroine is Tash French, tall, gangly and beautiful, but desperately insecure (I think we can all relate a bit to the latter), and madly in love with Niall, the romantic, whiskey drinking, Irish hunk of an actor. They met in the first book, but, again, this doesn't matter. Well Groomed opens on Christmas day, on a rare ... Read the complete review
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