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Review Date: 8/20/2010
This was a delightful read and a well-told story.
Review Date: 10/9/2012
A funny story of a single girl tired of being pressured by her family to find a man. The movie The Wedding Date is loosely based on this novel.
Review Date: 1/25/2012
A wonderful story about the power of friendship, no matter how much time has passed. This book is worthy of the woman who wrote Good in Bed!!
Review Date: 1/2/2012
Helpful Score: 1
Great story of friendship, even when that friendship has been damaged.
Review Date: 9/28/2012
The first of Jen Lancaster's books, it's so funny, yet you really feel what it's like to be just barely hanging on after both Jen and Fletch lose their jobs.
Review Date: 8/6/2009
This is a well-written story of love, friendship, and adventure toward the end of the Dark Ages. Your heart will go out to the characters as they encounter dangerous obstacles both in England and abroad.
Review Date: 2/27/2016
Review Date: 8/26/2010
A good book to use with my students to get them thinking.
Review Date: 1/17/2012
A wonderfully told story of actual events during World War II.
Review Date: 10/1/2012
Helpful Score: 2
This book was very hard to put down!! Amazing twist toward the end. Makes you wonder what goes on in the mind of the mentally ill who have children.
Review Date: 11/26/2014
Wonderful story of life in post-war London. Fascinating look into the lives of the midwives in the 1950s.
Review Date: 3/29/2014
I have been enjoying this series for years. I haven't read them in order, but I still enjoy them and don't feel lost in any way (unlike how you can when reading some series). This series is more like being a fly on the wall in a small town and that is part of why I love it.
Review Date: 2/10/2014
I enjoy The Cat Who series. They are just fun books to read about a town full of interesting, quirky people.
Review Date: 8/23/2014
This was an interesting look at royal women from a wide range of countries, yet one thing remains the same...it's hard to be a woman in charge (or next to the person in charge).
Review Date: 5/16/2015
I read Joy School first, not knowing it was the second book in the series. This series is a very sweet & sad look at becoming a young woman without a mother to give you guidance or support.
Review Date: 3/21/2012
I think her first book was better.
Review Date: 7/1/2012
This was a wonderfully moving story about life in Guernsey during Nazi Occupation & of how life continues after the horrors of war. Best book I've read so far this year.
Review Date: 8/28/2009
This was a powerful story of what it means to be lost. The ending could have been stronger, however.
Review Date: 9/1/2009
This memoir was so funny; I was laughing out loud while I was reading!
Review Date: 11/17/2014
A quick read. I had seen this series for years and so I read this one. I think I would read others in the series if I was on vacation and needed a quick read.
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