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A Dream Come True

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Maggie was happily married to John, at least she thought she was, until that fateful day in Brighton. She desperately wanted children, but John refused to talk about it. So Maggie continued with her part-time job and tried not to think about that gaping hole in her life. Then she met someone who turned her whole world upside down.
Paperback, 114 pages
Published August 1st 2007 by Orion
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Susan Barnes
May 13, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: adult-fiction
A Dream Come True by Maureen Lee is a pleasant story about Maggie, a woman in her early forties whose life has become dull and routine. She has been married for about twenty years but her husband has lost interest in the relationship. Through a chance meeting with a co-worker in another office, Maggie's life is turned around. She starts thinking about herself, her life and her career prospects very differently. In the end she gets her "dream come true".

While this is a happily ever after story, i
Harleen Kaur
Mar 29, 2018 rated it liked it
“A dream come true” is a novel by Maureen Lee who often tends to portray strong-willed women characters. In the book, the protagonist ,tired of her once happy marriage , gets an opportunity from her life to let her dream come true. Though the story is well written, but the author has added predictable elements that rather makes it boring.
Miss E Sharples-Wright
Good short story

I usually only read books with 300+ pages as I like to have a good long read. I hand to say though I did enjoy reading a shorter story for a change. Good story, a few surprises but a happy ending for the main character.
Lance Greenfield
Oct 08, 2009 rated it liked it
Predictable but worth a read

This is a very pleasant story which is worth reading as a short diversion. It is almost entirely predictable. Maggie, who is bored by her marriage, beds a colleague at a sales conference in Brighton. Her lover is also married and lives within driving distance of Maggie's home. You could almost make up the rest of the story for yourselves, but Maureen Lee has injected some humour and a few small surprises, so don't pass this book by. Pick it up. It'll keep you amused f
Sep 05, 2011 rated it did not like it
Shelves: swapped
When I started this book, I didn't realize that it was intended for new readers. I thought that it was to be more like a short story you'd find in an anthology. But, it is not a very good one. It is VERY simplistic, and overly sappy, not to mention unbelievable. Just because it's short, it doesn't mean it has to be dumb. It's like the author tried to take a story idea that would usually take 300 pages to unfold, and cram it into a 100 page book (with a huge typeface at that!).[return[returnIf yo ...more
Nadezda Kolokolova
Aug 15, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: books-i-own
История о женщине, чья мечта сбылась... Вот и все,что можно сказать об этой книге.
Кроме легкого слога ловить тут нечего, честно говоря. Хотя концовка не совсем такая, какую я ожидала, но все честно и открыто.
Не стану рекомендовать эту книгу всем подряд, только людям,изучающим английский язык. Благодаря ее небольшому объему, ее удобно брать с собой в путешествия. А вообще история на один раз, перечитывать не буду.
Оценка 3 из 5.
Jul 10, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2016, teen
Another Quick Read book. This one is about a woman in her forties who has a short affair when she goes away on a work conference as her life is so humdrum. Her husband has ignored her for years, they sleep in separate rooms .... She begins to think about what she actually wants from life and decides to finally stay living HER life.
Aug 22, 2012 rated it it was ok
I didn't expect much from the story so I wasn't disappointed. This kind of story I find rather boring but nevertheless, enough for a 2hours-entertainment.
Dec 21, 2011 rated it it was amazing
I loved this book easy story to follow definetely recomend.
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Mar 07, 2016 rated it it was amazing
excellent quick read - loved it
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Maureen Lee was born in Bootle, England, UK, near Liverpool during the World War II. She attended Commercial College and became a shorthand typist. She married Richard, and they had three sons, now adults. The last years the marriage lives in Colchester, Essex.

During years, she published over one hundred and fifty short-stories, before published her first novel Lila in 1983. She continued publishe