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Finding Elizabeth

3.44  ·  Rating details ·  64 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
After a lifetime in the bright lights and the big city as a prima ballerina, Katherine Bell has finally returned home to her small, snowy town where the weather might be frightful, but her friends and family are delightful. She's ready for a quiet life using her skills and knowledge to help her community.

But things aren’t as simple as she hoped. There’s a blizzard outside,
Kindle Edition, 246 pages
Published February 1st 2013 by Escape Publishing - Harlequin Enterprises, Australia Pty Ltd (first published June 29th 2012)
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Oct 12, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Louise Forster's writing hasn't disappointed yet. Laugh out loud scenarios, likeable characters and a whole lot of sizzle! A story with many emotions and immense laughter between the characters. Friendships and family and many secrets and twists that keep the readers interest in the book. Jack and Katherine are superb together and Leandra and Dave are completely comical in their exchanges and appearances. Car ride fiasco's and stubborn moose make for such a laugh through the pages read that make ...more
Flor Casella
Jul 18, 2016 rated it it was ok
Cuando empezó, la verdad que tenía más expectativas puestas en este libro. No es que esperara encontrarme una gran revelación literaria, pero la sinopsis me había resultado atrayente y esperaba un toque de suspenso. La verdad que no hubo demasiado de eso. Me encontré un libro que entretiene, pero no mucho más que eso.
Es una historia de insta-love. Katherine es una bailarina que acaba de retirarse, está dando las últimas dos funciones. Dan a entender al prin
Noelle Clark
Feb 07, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Louise Forster again serves up delightful characters full of quirks and incredible strength. This is the second of her books I've read - I enjoyed her first, Finding Veronica, immensely. This one, Finding Elizabeth, doesn't disappoint at all.

The cold of the Canadian winter made me pull up the blankets, and Jack, the Australian experiencing an unusual winter, made it so real.

A good suspense-filled story, with lots of sizzling romance. I can't wait to read more from Louise Forster.
Chris Mead
3.5 stars A nice romantic read with a little bit of suspense thrown in. Full review coming soon to
Teresa Taylor
Aug 18, 2013 rated it really liked it
Light reading. Nice romantic story. Likable characters.
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Louise Forster grew up in a Victorian country town. She ran barefoot along dirt roads and loved looking through the leaves of tall eucalypts at the azure summer skies. Eventually, she grew up, and the country town became a suburb of Melbourne. Running barefoot to catch her train to work would have caused more than a few raised eyebrows so she opted for stilettos, of course. At eighteen, Louise tra ...more
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