Rose in bloom,: A sequel to " Eight cousins, "
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She finds that "Prince" Charlie has a drinking problem, and has also fallen in love with her. Meanwhile, pressured to respond to his advances, she tries desperately to cure him of his habit.
On the other hand, Archie has fallen deeply in love with Phebe, and she with him. The majority of the Campbell family do not approve. (Rose, of course, supports them staunchly, as does Mac.)
Then, of course, Rose finds another of her cousins is in love with her, and she is not, to her distress, completely immune to him...
By Christina S.
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Not the same calibre of writing as Little Women but still enjoyable . How a wealthy young lady employed her time and how she chose her suitor. How times have changed.IPublished 9 months ago by Barbara
Yes no where near as good as the previous book but you have to read it to see what becomes of Rose, Charlie, Archie and Mac etc. Worth Reading!Published on 9 Sept. 2001
I was disappointed after reading 'Rose in Bloom.' Eight Cousins, I think, was a whole lot better and satisfying. Characters in this book seemed to be all bad or all good. Read morePublished on 23 July 1999
I don't mean to sound negative, but to me this book is a disappointment when compared to other Loisa M. Alcott books ( I should know, because I've read and own many of them. Read morePublished on 5 July 1998
Not as good as her others, in my opnion(and I guess thats what I'm supposed to be giving) but a worthwhile read if you have the time. Read morePublished on 1 May 1998