eBook Facets epub

by Barbara Delinsky

eBook Facets epub
  • ISBN: 0446555746
  • Author: Barbara Delinsky
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: United States
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing (September 1, 2009)
  • ePUB size: 1458 kb
  • FB2 size 1949 kb
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In the world of fiction, Barbara Delinsky’s legacy is set as New York Timesbestselling author and a storyteller .

In the world of fiction, Barbara Delinsky’s legacy is set as New York Timesbestselling author and a storyteller with a generation of readers and fans. As she embarks on the next phase of her career, she invites readers to join the exclusive Barbara Delinsky Street Team. How To Pick A Setting For Your Book. Here I am again, having just finished writing one opus and now contemplating the next. Where to place it? Where would you set your book, if you were to write one? I’ve been writing about New England pretty much since the start of my career.

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She had been waiting, frightened, for hours and now stood in the front hall regarding him mutinously. The medical examiner certified i. .He didn’t have any say in it. None of us do when it comes to that. But he wouldn’t have driven through a light. He was a good driver. We don’t know whether he drove through or lost control, but he was at that intersection at the wrong time. Pam struggled to make sense of what John was doing. You’re saying that because you hate him.

Barbara Delinsky (born August 8, 1945, in Boston, Massachusetts, . as Barbara Ruth Greenberg. is an American writer of romance novels, including 19 New York Times bestsellers. She has also been published under the pen names Bonnie Drake and Billie Douglass. Delinsky was born on August 9, 1945 near Boston, Massachusetts. Her mother died when she was only eight.

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Nothing can prepare writer Hillary Cox for seeing her lover of 27 years, mining magnate John St. George, announce on television that he's marrying another woman. Seeking revenge, Hillary begins a tell-all book exposing John and his shady past, but John's sister, Pamela St. George, also wants revenge against her brother, who has abused Pamela throughout her life.

I just finished your book Three Wishes, I so enjoyed this book sh Bree had lived to raise their child, but I am glad the story gave Bree and Tom the time they had. Their story left me in tears at the end. Very good book.

Author of 22 New York Times bestsellers. I just finished your book Three Wishes, I so enjoyed this book sh Bree had lived to raise their child, but I am glad the story gave Bree and Tom the time they had. I am also a Vermonter so it was nice to read a book that was based in Vermont.

Another treat from Barbara Delinsky. greed, deception, jealousy, a bit of love, and a lot of chaos! I found this book a bit less exciting than some of her others, but it was a good read, nonetheless.

New York Times bestselling author Barbara Delinsky delights with a compelling story of chance, fate, and perfect timing, first published in 1998.

Nothing can prepare writer Hillary Cox for seeing her lover of more than 20 years, mining magnate John St. George, announce his engagement on television. Seeking revenge, she begins writing a tell-all book, exposing John. New York Times bestselling author Barbara Delinsky delights with a compelling story of chance, fate, and perfect timing, first published in 1998. Russ Ettinger doesn't know why the delicate young woman he found gasping for breath at the side of the road.

Электронная книга "Facets", Barbara Delinsky Seeking revenge, Hillary begins a tell-all book exposing John and his shady past, but John's sister, Pamela St. George, also wants revenge against her brother, who ha.

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Nothing can prepare writer Hillary Cox for seeing her lover of 20 years, mining magnate John St. George, announce on television that he's marrying another woman. Seeking revenge, Hillary begins a tell-all book exposing John and his shady past. John's sister, Pamela St. George, also wants revenge against her brother. Throughout her life, Pamela has suffered horrifying abuses at John's hands. She sets out to wrest control of the family's tourmaline mining business from him. As Hillary attempts to end her obsession with John, Pamela searches for Cutter Reid, the one man she has always loved, and from whom John has always kept her. Now, a three-decade-old family drama of power, duplicity, and money comes hurtling to an explosive final confrontation with the one man who has so damaged their lives.
Comments: (7)
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I cannot tell if I dislike this book for the storyline or the actor who reads it, but I think it's just bad all around. The writing and storyline are cliched, contrived, and melodramatic. It reads like a daytime soap. Yuck. The names used for the "rural" characters are just stereotypical and ridiculous. The main female character is weak, pathetic, and clearly lacks the self-respect to demand more for herself than a long-term relationship with an emotionally unavailable, philandering, power-hungry, ego-maniac of a man. Then she plays the surprised victim when things go badly for her. You really couldn't see that coming, honey? Perhaps she gets her revenge in the end, but she's so unsympathetic that I can't stomach listening to the whole book to find out.

The actress reading the story isn't much better. Every word is over-exaggerated and nearly theatrical, full of breathy exclamations said with a slightly "snooty" tone. The voices of the male characters are painful to listen to. Double yuck.
Vudojar
I have read B. Delinsky before; Coastroad and Suddenly were so good. But di not like this book, story dragged on for a twenty year span with a flat ending.
Iarim
One of her best. It kept you wondering what would happen next. I think it's one of her best books ever! Loved it!!!
Mogelv
Took me a while to get into story, did not like character Pam. Not one of Barbara Delinsky's better books.
Kerahuginn
Don't remember reading it.
Vetibert
Once you get into it, it's hard to put down
Weiehan
I liked this book but it is not up to Barbara's usual high standards.
I continue to read her stories as she has become a supreme story teller and I always learn something in each book.
I really like this book. I wish it would have had a more exciting ending. I enjoy all of Barbara Delinsky,s books.
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