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At Sixes and Sevens

3.8  ·  Rating Details ·  30 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Two sisters. One man. One moment that will change all their lives forever. Living in the shadow of their domineering father, Rhianon and Sabrina Webster plan two very different futures—until one fateful day when Pryce Pritchard, the man Rhianon loves, gets into a fight, throwing all their worlds into turmoil.
Paperback, 416 pages
Published October 1st 2006 by Random House UK (first published May 12th 2005)
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Chrissie
Sep 11, 2011 Chrissie rated it it was amazing
Love reading books set in Wales - my birthplace. A lovely book, very enjoyable.
Shonna Froebel
Nov 27, 2012 Shonna Froebel rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Two sisters, who lived with the father, were quite different. Rhianon did all the work around the house and was taken for granted and blamed when anything went wrong. Serena was the pretty one who got everything she wanted and therefore expected everyone to fall in with her whims.
When Serena egged on her boyfriend and Rhianon's to fight, Serena's boyfriend was hurt badly and eventually died. Rhianon's boyfriend went to jail, but not before having a passionate moment with Serena and fathering a c
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Oct 24, 2016 Sue rated it liked it
The beginning of this book was slow, and I began to skim read, at one point I almost gave up. But then it moved on a bit and gave way to a decent tale. However the character of Sabrina annoyed me intensely, from start to finish!
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Apr 05, 2014 Bernie Morris rated it really liked it
Didn't really get into first chapter, probably because I READ TOO MANY BOOKS and the last one was still buzzing around in my head. However, by end of chapter 2 I was hooked. Rhianon's sister, Sabrina, is a totally spoiled, manipulative, horrible bitch and suitably hateful, and everything that subsequently happens is entirely her fault. Enough said.
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Rosie Harris was born in Cardiff and for several years worked in the City Hall. Her husband, Ken, was from Wallasey and after they married they lived on Merseyside for many years.
She has been writing since the 1950’s. In the 1960’s she ran her own agency, Regional Feature Service, writing articles for most of the provincial newspapers.
During the 70’s she became Editorial Controller for a non-ficti
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