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The book as a whole isn't bad, I read the whole thing within a couple of days and was eager to see how it would end. Unfortunately, as I passed the halfway mark, I realised the drama that was building didn't seem to be going anywhere. Throughout the book much is made of Fabbia's background so naturally I expected this to be the cause of the major conflict of the story but, actually, there isn't much prejudice against her background at all! To me it mostly seems to be in Fabbia's mind after having a bad experience (causing her to move to York in the first place I assume).
The best parts of the book take place in the vintage dress shop where it is revealed that Fabbia has a real… Read more