Lizzie's Daughters

Lizzie s Daughters FROM THE BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF LIZZIE S SECRET and LIZZIE S WAR LONDON Lizzie Larch battles to keep her daughters safe and out of harm s reach Perfect for the fans of Nadine Dorries and Lyn Andre

  • Title: Lizzie's Daughters
  • Author: Rosie Clarke
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • FROM THE BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF LIZZIE S SECRET and LIZZIE S WAR LONDON 1958 Lizzie Larch battles to keep her daughters safe and out of harm s reach Perfect for the fans of Nadine Dorries and Lyn Andrews Lizzie adores her beautiful and clever daughters and will do anything for them Both possess a wonderful creative flair, but have fiercely different characters BettyFROM THE BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF LIZZIE S SECRET and LIZZIE S WAR LONDON 1958 Lizzie Larch battles to keep her daughters safe and out of harm s reach Perfect for the fans of Nadine Dorries and Lyn Andrews Lizzie adores her beautiful and clever daughters and will do anything for them Both possess a wonderful creative flair, but have fiercely different characters Betty, the eldest is head strong like Lizzie s first husband whilst Francie is talented and easily influenced When Betty runs away after an argument with Sebastian, heartbreak and worry descend on the family At great risk to her health Lizzie finds herself pregnant but is determined to give Sebastien the son they craved Sebastian meanwhile is plunged into a dangerous overseas mission using his old contacts to track Betty to Paris and to the lair of the rogue that seduced her Consumed with guilt can Sebastian right the wrongs of the past and finally unite his family and friends What readers are saying about LIZZIE S WAR The BEST BOOK I have read in a long time What a FABULOUS story The emotions of LOVE, LOSS AND FEAR were all superbly portrayed and the characters so real Another GREAT READ from Rosie Clarke Amazing book COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN I absolutely LOVED this book.

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    1. Lizzie’s Daughters by Rosie Clarke is the third book in The Workshop Girls series. We travel back to 1958 in London, England where we join Lizzie Winters and her family. Lizzie is married to Sebastian Winters, and they have two daughters, Betty and Francie. Betty is seventeen, naïve, stubborn, spoiled and headstrong (very much like her birth father). Francie is fourteen years old and currently at an art college. She is a talented artist. Lizzie owns Lizzie Larch Hats and has workrooms that co [...]

    2. Lizzie’s Daughters is a gripping and compelling tale of secrets, danger and redemption from Rosie Clarke’s talented pen.For Lizzie Larch, keeping her two daughters safe and out of harm’s ways in 1950s London is a constant struggle. Her girls, Betty and Francie, are growing up and are desperate to experience the world and tread their own path. But with jeopardy round every corner, will Lizzie manage to keep her girls on the straight and narrow? Or will they get their heads turned by avarici [...]

    3. This is the final part of a trilogy it would help to read the first two and heighten enjoyment but it can be read as a standalone. I like Rosie Clarke books because you can engross yourself into a saga and usually relish the fact the characters lives are more complicated than your own!Set in the 1950’s an era I enjoy reading about. Lizzie is devoted to her daughters but as with all growing girls they have minds of their own. Betty the eldest is spoilt but naive, in her stubbornness she wants [...]

    4. I had no idea what to expect from this book and was pleasantly surprised. I had not read the other books in this series but this did not seem to matter too much, although there was a definite sense of saga in the storylines. Lizzie’s Daughters begins with a portrayal of post-war domestic life and I found myself drawn into the warmth of the family. What surprised me was the story that developed when the normal trials of family life blended with a pacey plotline concerning criminal activity and [...]

    5. Lizzie's DaughtersRead all three of Work Shop Girls series. Hope you Rosie Clarke write a follow on from Lizzie's Daughters. Loved all three books. Just like the last two I couldn't put it down full of supence, sadness, and compassion.

    6. Enjoyed it butAs much as I enjoyed this book I was rather disappointed with the ending , I wanted to know when Lizzie had her baby was it a boy , did the girls become successful , I felt left in limbo . Good book shame about the end .

    7. Excellent read!Another great book from Rosie Clarke with just the right amount of excitement and intrigue.I look forward to reading more from this author as she certainly doesn't disappoint!!!

    8. I liked this last book in the series, but now I want to know what happens with Francine and about Lizzie's new baby and do Matt and Betty get married? Does Edward find happiness with the widow and who is she? Was a good but but lots of story lines left open.

    9. Another great readStunningly good book really enjoyed it and it gives a good insight into family life and the trials and tribulations of the family

    10. EnjoyedEasy reading. Enjoyed the story and look forward to reading the next. Light hearted Nd good story line. Character s good

    11. Well worth a readPure escapism! Absolutely loved the whole series. Very believable. Left me wanting more, which is supposed to be a good thing so they say!!!

    12. This is book number 3 in the series.It gives us more insight into the marriage of Lizzie and her husband. We also get to meet her two daughters.Well written and very readable.

    13. Loved the first 3 books. I want to know what happens next for Lizzie's family! i hope there is a 4th one out one day!??

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