This is the author's first novel. And it wasn't so bad. Though, not very good either. Sorry, I just have to compare with Samantha Sotto's Before Ever After and Karen Swan's Christmas at Tiffany's. They were the authors' first novels, as well.
Light read. But not exactly a chick literature. It definitely had more serious conflicts. And touchy topics. But not as controversial as the Coelho book I read last year. (Gosh, I forgot the title na. :|) But then again, it's set in the 1950s. People were m
It's the 1950s and for Tara Flynn, red-haired, bright and ambitious, Ballygrace House represents everything she hopes for - beautiful, elegant and a world away from the small village where she lives with her grandfather. But the wealthy Fitzgeralds who live at Ballygrace have little time for village girls, until Madeleine, their unstable, delicate daughter, meets Tara.
The author manages to bring 1940's Ireland to life transporting you back to a tiny room in a remo ...more