Picking Up The Pieces

Kate Is In Her Fifties, Recently Widowed, And Coping With The Difficulties And Occasional Pleasures Of Flying Solo But When Her Daughter Joanna S Husband Walks Out, And Joanna Instantly Assumes That Kate Will Step Into The Supporting Granny Role While She Goes Career And Man Hunting, Kate Realizes It Is Time To Step Outside Her Family S Preconceived Expectations With Devastating Results What Follows Is A Delightful Story Of The Relationships And Unspoken Power Struggles Between Four Generations Of Women.Picking Up The Pieces

Mary Sheepshanks is now publishing under her maiden name, Mary Nickson Her works published as Nickson include Secrets and Shadows, a sequel to Off Balance.

[Epub] ↠ Picking Up The Pieces Author Mary Sheepshanks – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Picking Up The Pieces
  • Mary Sheepshanks
  • English
  • 13 February 2017
  • 9780312970376

10 thoughts on “Picking Up The Pieces

  1. says:

    A good, solid read for people who like this sort of thing which I do Rich description and dialogue make the rural English setting feel familiar, even for those of us who don t own cottage farms or drink afternoon tea.I really should start drinking afternoon tea.

  2. says:

    I really liked this book It was a nice diversion from the Pilcher books that I hope to mimic The only thing missing was the sea The story of Kate Rendelsham Just Jack was beautiful I was taken in looking forward to I was so relieved when Harriet found her benedictine father I also enjoyed the mending of Joanna Harriet s relationship...

  3. says:

    A romance of sorts, very Brit cosy light read think Older Chick Lit Interesting, well developed story of 50 something recent widow of a less than thrilling man who, finally, finds true love and discovers her own self along the way With a true mixed bag of supporting characters, all very British, and many side observations that can be viewed as either interesting or annoying, depending on your mood views Might get heavy for American readers, but still wor...

  4. says:

    At a recent used book sale I picked up this book due to the Rosamunde Pilcher s Bookshelf label and introduction I love her books though she is no longer writing and also the ones by her son Robin Pilcher which are similar i...

  5. says:

    I ve been enjoying the mother daughter relationship aspect in the bookand seeing how the main character steps out and begins a career in her 50 s Somewhat of a surprised and happy endingbut you have to wade through a lot of bumpy relational drama It did remind me of Rosamunde Pilcher books, though.

  6. says:

    I really enjoyed this book The main character Kate Rendlesham did a lot of growing as a person during the book but then she needed to She had let other people use and control her for far too many years.

  7. says:

    This is a pleasant book, not earth shattering but just enough to enjoy if you want something light and easy I enjoyed it.

  8. says:

    This author is on the Rosamunde Pilcher Bookshelf Apparently Roz has given the nod to a selection of authors novels that are worth a read This one was fun, but it wasn t as good as Roz s best.

  9. says:

    This is good airplane reading stuff She writes like Maeve Binchy.

  10. says:

    An enjoyable novel featuring a four generation family, with the grandmother being the main protagonist Excellent characters and a clear, gentle plot with many interesting sub plots Recommended.

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