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This is no Evergreen!
I think Belva Plain has hit a new low. I'd expect this plot from a summer sizzler pocket book, but not from a writer of her quality. The "romance" was not so much romance as it was tinctilating. The women were caricatures, not women. The men, ditto. And the writing style? OK if directed toward 12 year olds, but again, not for devoted adult followers of this fine writer. Hopefully she was just having a bad year. For good Belva Plain try Evergreen, or Random WindsWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
.....or a real, heartfelt romance by Deborah Smith, called A Place to Call Home.
Posted August 12, 2010
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