Keeps surprising you with each new twist and turn of events!
You feel sad at the end because you will miss the wonderful characters you believe you now know!
It is 1856. A young woman is making her solitary way on foot across central Scotland. Her previous employment has come to an abrupt end and she has had to leave. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Scholastica
I have read this book twice now and still love it. Being Irish I felt a certain kinship for Bessy. This is one book I just couldn't put down. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Danielle Delaney
This book is must to read. I cannot recommend it enough. It was a delight, funny, clever and thoroughly entertaining. I first read Jane Harris's Gillespie and I. Read morePublished 10 months ago by marigoldW
My dreams were hoaching with them 'till I was betwattled.
I'm not offering you any snash, when you read: "I still cannot tell a semi-quaver from a... Read more
I loved this story, the characters come alive. Jane Harris tweaked the ending into an unexpected conclusion.Published 11 months ago by nyree
this was OK. It was enjoyable in the plot, but in the middle, I got bored as it didn't seem to be going anywhere fast. Missed whole bits to make the book 'read' faster. Read morePublished 11 months ago by hedgehog