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Just Rewards Hardcover – 4 Jul 2005
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Praise for Barbara Taylor Bradford:
‘The storyteller of substance.’ The Times
'Queen of the genre.' Sunday Times
‘Few novelists are as consummate as Barbara Taylor Bradford at keeping the reader turning the page. She is one of the world’s best at spinning yarns.’ Guardian
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Linnet O'Neill, great-granddaughter of Emma Harte, finds herself following in the footsteps of the original woman of substance as she battles to save the family business Emma created from a tiny shop. She and Emma's other great-granddaughters face heartache and tragedy and are tested to the limit as the final chapter in the extraordinary story of the Harte family draws to a dramatic close…
Linnet O'Neill returns from her honeymoon full of fresh ideas for bringing the Harte empire into the new century. But she and her mother, Paula, matriarch of the dynasty, lock horns in a battle about the future. But when Paula falls ill, Linnet finds herself alone at the helm, just as her great-grandmother once was. Will she become the new Emma Harte, as so many have predicted?
Evan Hughes, American great-granddaughter of Emma, is pregnant and planning her small family wedding. Life seems good until a harsh confrontation with her adopted sister puts Evan in hospital. And after her marriage, tragedy strikes, putting Evan under enormous pressure to support Linnet at Harte's.
Tessa Fairley, Paula's daughter, is ready to start a new life after an acrimonious divorce, and is madly in love with the Frenchman Jean-Claude Deléon. But having always believed herself to be her mother's rightful heir, and jealous of Linnet, Tessa is reluctant to forego her chances of the top spot and is caught in a painful dilemma between her heart and her head.
India Standish, in the midst of planning her own glamorous summer wedding in Ireland, is thrown off balance when her fiancé Dusty's daughter Atlanta comes to live with them - closely followed by Dusty's unstable ex-girlfriend, intent on trouble….
However, it is Evan's sister Angharad who makes the most ripples within the family, trying to infiltrate the quartet of young women and latching on to Jonathan Ainsley, deadly enemy of the Hartes, in the process putting them all in danger when the Harte family finds itself grieving and vulnerable.
The four young women need to draw on the strength of character and determination inherited from their formidable great-grandmother to win through. But then two beloved members of the Harte family unexpectedly die, causing grief and heartbreak. And Jonathan Ainsley seems ever closer to wreaking his revenge…See all Product description
Top customer reviews
It seems Ms Bradford tried too hard to finish all the loose ends she started in the previous two books featuring the new generation and therefore the book seemes rushed and unfinished. Linnets "struggle" to cope with Hartes is nothing compared to Emmas experiences. Again Ms Bradford managed to get confused with facts from previous books, even Robin's relationship with Evan's grandmother is now different from the book, where Evan appeared for the first time (can't remember the title right now).
I am glad I bought the book for a discount and think I won't buy Ms Bradford books anymore.
The two stars are mostly for the way Edwina is portrait in the book, I love her character in the new books, one of the good things comming from them.
Just seemed like a few more months in the harte clans lives. more weddings and births and thats about it.
The front cover said it was the conclusion of the saga, seems a shame as I loved all the others (well the early ones, the later ones are all so-so).
It's a great shame that the author didn't leave well alone and turn her efforts to producing an entirely new great book, rather than duping her loyal fans with this rubbish.
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