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Rosie Meadows Regrets epub ebook

by CATHERINE ALLIOTT

Rosie Meadows Regrets epub ebook

Author: CATHERINE ALLIOTT
Category: Contemporary
Language: English
Publisher: HEADLINE BOOK PUBLISHING (1998)
Pages: 320 pages
ISBN: 0747220204
ISBN13: 978-0747220206
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 322
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Catherine Alliott is the author of twelve bestselling novels including One Day in May, The Secret Life of Evie Hamilton and A Crowded . She lives with her family in Hertfordshire. Rosie meadows regrets.

Catherine Alliott is the author of twelve bestselling novels including One Day in May, The Secret Life of Evie Hamilton and A Crowded Marriage. Rosie meadows regret. Her books are supremely readable, witty and moving in equal measure and she has a brilliantly sharp ear for dialogue’. Possibly my favourite writer’.

Catherine Alliott is the author of fourteen other bestselling novels including My Husband Next Door, A Rural Affair, One Day in May, The Secret Life of Evie Hamilton, and I Wish You Were Here.

Praise for Catherine Alliott: 'Alliott's joie de vivre is irresistible' Daily Mail

Praise for Catherine Alliott: 'Alliott's joie de vivre is irresistible' Daily Mail. Possibly my favourite writer' Marian Keyes. Catherine Alliott is the author of fifteen bestselling novels including About Last Night, My Husband Next Door, A Rural Affair, One Day in May, The Secret Life of Evie Hamilton, and Wish You Were Here.

Step into Alliott country with Rosie Meadows Regrets. Praise for Catherine Alliott: 'Alliott's joie de vivre is irresistible' Daily Mail. The writing is both intelligent and sparkling' Marian Keyes

Step into Alliott country with Rosie Meadows Regrets. The writing is both intelligent and sparkling' Marian Keyes.

Rosie Meadows regrets. Jan 27, 2014 Fran Macilvey rated it really liked it. Rosie Meadows Regrets - by Catherine Alliott

Rosie Meadows regrets. Rosie Meadows Regrets - by Catherine Alliott. It is a long time since I read any of Alliott's books, but this one came recommended by Melanie Jones, a Goodreads author, whose book "L'Amour Actually" is one of my 2013 favourites. Anything recommended by Melanie has to be worth a look, and I was not disappointed.

Praise for Catherine Alliott: 'Alliott's joie de vivre is irresistible' Daily Mail. The Wedding Day. Catherine Alliott. The Cake Shop in the Garden.

Catherine Alliott, bestselling author of A Crowded Marriage and One Day in May, tells a brilliantly romantic tale about a. .There'll be no more regrets, and time, perhaps, for a little love

Catherine Alliott, bestselling author of A Crowded Marriage and One Day in May, tells a brilliantly romantic tale about a woman putting her mistakes behind her in Rosie Meadows Regrets. Tell me, Alice, how does a girl go about getting a divorce these days?' Three years ago Rosie walked blindly into marriage with Harry. There'll be no more regrets, and time, perhaps, for a little love. Catherine Alliott, bestselling author of A Crowded Marriage and One Day in May, tells a brilliantly romantic tale about a woman putting her mistakes behind her in Rosie Meadows Regrets.

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Title: Rosie Meadows Regrets.

Title: Rosie Meadows Regrets.

Three years ago Rosie walked blindly into marriage with Harry. They have precisely nothing in common except perhaps their little boy Ivo. Not that Harry pays him much attention, preferring to spend his time with his braying upper class friends. But the night that Harry drunkenly does something unspeakable, Rosie decides he's got to go. In between fantasizing how she might bump him off, she takes the much more practical step of divorcing this blight on her and Ivo's lives. However, when reality catches up with her darkest fantasies, Rosie realizes, at long last, that it is time she took charge of her life. There'll be no more regrets ...she hopes.
Reviews (6)
Dikus
So, Rosie is determined (sort of) to divorce her bullying buffoon of a husband, when what'dya know, he ups and dies in mysterious circumstances, implicating Rosie.
Every character in the book is drawn larger than life - slightly (well, more than slightly) exaggerated. So the story reads like one of those old plays that is almost a farce, where everyone is over-acting their part madly, to get their point accross. It shouldn't work at all - but it does! Somehow Catherine Alliott manages to just draw the line the right side of farcical, so the book ends up humorous - in fact laugh out loud at times - without being ridiculous. You have the "hooray-Henry" type of upper-class idle party-circuit types, the rosy-cheeked, ample-bosomed village gossips, the ethereally beautiful but unbelievably horrible wife of Our Hero - Rosie's landlord, the dark & brooding famous Artist, Rosie's quite batty, fluttery & blatantly social climbing mother, and her quiet, long-suffering, sensible father - oh, and lets not forget the lady police inspector, such a nasty & unfeeling piece she's referred to as Steel Knickers!. There are some truly hilarious moments. Will be looking for more of Catherine Alliott.

Ishnllador
I admit to being hooked on Catherine Alliot's novels - but amongst them I prefer those with a less irresponsible heroine, like Rosie Meadows, rather than the Lucy of "A Married Man". The comic element is always delightful, as is the setting in an English village, and the minor characters like Martha, Vera, Alice and Philippa, and also the children - as well as the awful Harry - are believable. Others - such as the heroine's mother, or the appalling Annabel, are perhaps a bit over the top and fall into caricature. The story manages to blend comedy, drama and pathos - not an easy task - and the twists and turns of the plot keep one turning the pages long after one should have turned out the light and gone to sleep! Please keep on writing, Catherine - we are looking forward to more!

Adoraris
I like all her books, this one I realised I had read before but it was just as enjoyable second time round, very funny!!!

Manesenci
I was looking for a fun, British, chick lit read but found the book to be disappointing because I didn't like the main character. Rosie Meadows to me was a very stupid, silly woman and where some people may have found her character endearing, I found her to be very annoying.

Arador
Love this book, funny, couldn't put it down

Blackseeker
Just OK for an easy read. I find the plot and characters somewhat unbelivable and the end is hard to swallow. C'mon, she runs down the highway to stop his car??? Although Rosie falls in love with her landlord, it is not clear when it happens and what she finds so attractive in him as the author does not expand on any of his qualities. Throughout the whole novel he is nothing but a losy father to his three seriously neglected children. Their love story is shallow and does not hold the attention.

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