An Innocent Diversion
Doubleday, 1999 - 317 Seiten
Sonia Garrs is fifty-five but you'd never believe it. Fran Topping couldn't be more different. What brings this unlikely pair together is Jason: boyish and handsome, he's desperately in search of something : mother or lover - or prey.
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There was a busker on the pavement outside British Home Stores. Not the usual
kind - tatty old geezer or grim-looking youth with a mouth organ or guitar - no, this
busker was a tall, lean, nice-looking boy in a long dark coat, playing some ...
And just let him try it once they're engaged. By Christ, then he'd know about it. In
the British Home Stores cafeteria, behind a newspaper and over a plate of cod
and chips, Jason is keeping his head down - so far down that the food is scooped
And if by any chance she asks him in (as she did when he was fantasizing the
scene over lunch in British Home Stores) it will look good to need to return to lock
it. It will look as if the invitation comes as a surprise. As if it wasn't anticipated.
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Sonia is an always immaculate perfectionist, Fran is a relaxed farm wife. The plot alternates between their different lives. Charming and believable people, with a plot that kept surprising me. All written in the present tense which seemed odd at first, but works well. Vollständige Rezension lesen