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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Rosie the retriever hauls to her feet and gears up for a tail-sweeping welcome,
the cat raises its head looking offended, and Fran continues to race backwards
and forwards between table, oven and pantry. Lunch on the farm is always eaten
Then one lunch hour she walked into the Tasty Bite and there he was, eating his
lunch. Looking up and meeting her eyes, he smiled in recognition. And later, in
response to her arrival with a tray of food and her question 'Mind if I sit here?
Look, the reason I phoned: a friend rang me just now to cry off lunch - which is
particularly vexing because now I've got masses of food going begging. Don't
suppose you're free today?' 'Well, I was only going to catch up with some banking
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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