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N family prove to be closer than she could ever have guessed Rogers daughter Deborah takes a great fancy to Emily gripping Kindle Emily and when Emily has moved to another household in Hull she finds that her new employers son Hugo is to marry Deborah But Hugo too has taken a fancy to Emily and dishonours and then betrays her to such an extent that she is imprisoned tried a. Yes this book came up to my expectations as usual with Val Wood books I couldn t put it down But as I was reading this I rea ized that I should have read it before Going Home which I had just finished reading there was no indication Going Home was a seuel to Emily so obviously I read them in the wrong order As I have said it was a very good read to see how things turned out for them all

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Emily: gripping romantic saga from the Sunday Times bestseller

Nd deported to Australia But just when her fortunes seem to be at their lowest Emily is reunited with the one man who can save her from her miserable existence and bring her wealth and happiness Praise gripping romantic saga Epub #220 for Val WoodWonderfully fully fleshed characters are the mainstay of Val Woods stories Peterborough TelegraphA gripping saga The Peoples Friend. Another brilliant story by Val Wood It starts with Emily s Mother exchanging Emily for a dozen eggs a hen but we are unaware that Emily s father is is very ill her Mother wants Emily to go to Grandma Edward s who will care for her as the Mother realizes that once the father dies It will be the Workhouse for them all its so sad as this three year old does as she is bid holing back the tears to leave her family so we follow Emily through her early years then into service making friends except for the son of the house who has other idea s about Emily which is the start of the unhappy period of her life But Emily is a strong character and we see happiness come back to her as always you just have to read one chapter as you cannot put the the Book kindle down LOVE IT

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An unforgettable story of loss love romantic saga PDFEPUB #190 and betrayal from the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Lonely WifeEmily was only five years old when she was sent away from her family to go and live with old Granny Edwards A loving and hard working child she goes into service when she is twelve at the house of Roger Francis whose connections with Emilys ow. I hated this book I could not believe the same author wrote the kitchen maid In the kitchen maid she had the character grow and make better and better decisions as she matured Emily was supposedly beautiful and looked like an angel and apparently that is all that she needed according to the author As a reader I demand Emily did not mature did not learn did not rely on her experience did not grow she just stood still while all the people around her did things for her I did not like Emily at all she was an idiot this was a really bad harleuin romance The author did not develop her characters did not have much of a story the publisher must have been breathing down her neck maybe to give them something and she come up with this non story she would have been better developing Meg the prostitute character and Emily s brother Joe both of those were interesting and I wanted to know about them but the author just glossed over them Philip and Emily were boring Emily was constantly making really stupid decisions I wish someone had pushed her off the ship going to Australia and then we could maybe focus on meg and joe I demand my money back 8 this was not even worth 88cents shame on you Ms Wood for churning this crap most of readers are intelligent people and we demand good story form the authors after this book I don t have the desire to read any of others


10 thoughts on “Emily: gripping romantic saga from the Sunday Times bestseller

  1. says:

    I hated this book. I could not believe the same author wrote the kitchen maid. In the kitchen maid she had the character grow and make better and better decisions as she matured. Emily was supposedly beautiful and looked like an angel and apparently that is all that she needed according to the author. As a reader I demand. Emily did not mature, did not learn did not rely on her experience, did not grow. she just stood still while all the

  2. says:

    Well written. I have enjoyed all of Ms. Woods' books and plan to order in the near future.

  3. says:

    First book I have read by this author, a very enjoyable book and loved reading about Emily's life in Australia.
    When you have finished this book read the sequal Going Home you will love this book too.

  4. says:

    Right up there with Val Wood's excellent books such as The Hungry Tide, Children of the Tide, Annie. Great to have the ongoing conne

  5. says:

    Great read really enjoyed it.

  6. says:

    Yes, this book came up to my expectations, as usual with Val Wood books I couldn't put it down. But as I was reading this I rea;ized that I shou

  7. says:

    Another brilliant story by Val Wood, It starts with Emily's Mother exchanging Emily for a dozen eggs & a hen! but we are unaware that Emily's father is is very ill & her Mother wants Emily to go to Grandma Edward's who will care for her as the

  8. says:

    Travel through time and experience the hardship and injustice of the poorer classes.
    Expertly written which gives you a sense of seeing the scenes as they unfold.
    Eagerly waiting for the next time to turn a page to discover the next part of Emily 's life.
    This a book to read again to ensure that nothing has been missed.

  9. says:

    This book gripped me from the start. Val Wood never disappoints! She vividly brings Victorian Hull and Victorian Sydney, Australia to colourful life in this novel. I don't want to give too much away, but would h

  10. says:

    This Book is very well written & a very Good Book to Read, I must say that I enjoyed reading it,it is what they call a page turner & kept you going to the end.I for one will be looking for Book's by Val wood,I find by looking a the list of Val