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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'Of course! Same implacable attitude.' 'You two've lost me,' Hal complains. 'Who'
re you talking about now?' 'Mum and Heather,' says Steve. 'Heather and Edna,'
says Fran. 'Oh, I'm with you,' says Hal. When the house is quiet, Fran goes down
cries Sonia, wishing very heartily that she hadn't taken his advice - or rather,
wishing she'd taken the other, more expensive, course he'd suggested and had a
spy glass fitted in her stout front door. In which case she wouldn't now be in this ...
Of course I do.' 'You're sure about that?' 'Don't you believe me? Why do you think
I want to marry her, then?' 'I don't know. Tell me.' Jason stares. 'I can't believe this.
I'm hurt. I'm' - (Fran fears he's going to cry, but he doesn't quite) - 'really ...
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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