A Change Of View

A Change Of View

by Freya Barker

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781988733067
Publisher: Freya Barker
Publication date: 07/30/2017
Pages: 434
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS

DEDICATION 5

TABLE OF CONTENTS 7

ONE 9

TWO 21

THREE 33

FOUR 43

FIVE 53

SIX 63

SEVEN 73

EIGHT 85

NINE 97

TEN 107

ELEVEN 119

TWELVE 129

THIRTEEN 139

FOURTEEN 151

FIFTEEN 165

SIXTEEN 175

SEVENTEEN 185

EIGHTEEN 197

NINETEEN 207

TWENTY 219

TWENTY-ONE 229

TWENTY-TWO 241

TWENTY-THREE 253

TWENTY-FOUR 265

TWENTY-FIVE 277

TWENTY-SIX 289

TWENTY-SEVEN 301

TWENTY-EIGHT 313

TWENTY-NINE 323

THIRTY 333

THIRTY-ONE 345

THIRTY-TWO 357

THIRTY-THREE 369

THIRTY-FOUR 377

EPILOGUE 387

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 393

ABOUT THE AUTHOR 395

ALSO BY FREYA BARKER 397

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A Change Of View 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another great book in this series featuring more mature couples. Lilith (Leelo) has just come out of a painful divorce which has alienated her grown up son and daughter. When she inherits an old inn from an uncle she decides to shake up her life and make a move to the country, she will use her money from the divorce to renovate the property and rent out the cabins. She's also made some physical changes to her appearance - blue hair and tattoos help her assert her independence from a domineering and demeaning ex-husband. Riordan (Roar) owns a fishing lodge, he's Leelo's nearest neighbour and he can't believe when he sees this blue-haired tattooed townie clinging to the roof of the old inn in a storm. Furious at her stupidity he rushes in, berates her and gets a mouthful of abuse in return. Despite the antagonism Roar is enough of good neighbour/ all round nice guy that he actually turns up the next day to help Leelo fix her roof, then when other things go wrong he's always around to fix them. This is somewhat different to the other books I have read by Freya Barker, the previous books have featured single/ divorced women in their 40s but always childless. I have to say, although I could read Freya Barker's novels all day every day, it was nice for her heroine to be a mother, especially of adult children. If you've ever wanted to rebel one last time before it's too late, or at least before you decide to wear purple, if you've ever wondered if you were invisible after 40, if you've ever wanted to tell other people what you really think - then this is the heroine for you. I have the utmost admiration for Leelo's DIY skills as she rips up carpets and lugs lumber around. I loved Roar, this big gruff man with a heart of gold who loves his mum and his dog. I am the world's least handy person and yet I soooo wanted to be Leelo. Another brilliant novel by someone who is fast becoming one of my favourite authors.