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e-Book Making Hay epub download

Author: Veronica Henry
ISBN: 0141003073
Pages: 512 pages
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd (October 2, 2003)
Language: English
Category: Contemporary
Size ePUB: 1643 kb
Size Fb2: 1581 kb
Size DJVU: 1276 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Subcategory: Literature

e-Book Making Hay epub download

by Veronica Henry



PENGUIN BOOKS Making Hay Veronica Henry is a scriptwriter who has written for The Archers, Boon, Heartbeat and, most recently, Doctors. She has written two novels, Honeycote and Making Hay

PENGUIN BOOKS Making Hay Veronica Henry is a scriptwriter who has written for The Archers, Boon, Heartbeat and, most recently, Doctors. Making Hay. Veronica Henry is a scriptwriter who has written for The Archers, Boon, Heartbeat and, most recently, Doctors. She has written two novels, Honeycote and Making Hay, both of which are published by Penguin. She lives in Worcestershire with her husband and three sons. Veronica henry. Published by the Penguin Group.

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Veronica Henry (born 1963) is a British writer of Romance novels, TV script writer and journalist. 2. Making Hay (2003): Softcover, Penguin Books, Limited, ISBN 0-14-100307-3.

Veronica Henry (born 1963) is a British writer of Romance novels, TV script writer and journalist Veronica Henry. Veronica Henry was educated both in the UK and the US. She attended the Royal School for Daughters of Officers of the Army, moving eventually on to the University of Bristol to study Classics. Making Hay: Softcover, Paragon House Publishers, ISBN 0-754334-4. Making Hay: Hardcover, Chivers Press

Everyone adores Christmas. Especially Lizzy Kingham. Welcome to Honeycote.

Everyone adores Christmas. Welcome to Eversleigh-a small English village being invaded by celebrity, sex, and scandal! Guy Portias, heir to Eversleigh Manor, has woken up with two problems: he has a wicked hangover, and he seems to have gotten himself engaged.

Making Hay is wickedly entertaining that will keep you glued to every page! A light, uplifting tale that would shock the pants of. ow that's for you to find out! Filled with humour that will keep you laughing out loud, and realising that life no matter who you are, will have its ups and downs.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Set in the picturesque village of Honeycote, this novel follows the lives and loves of its inhabitants and is filled with love triangles.

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Veronica Henry is the bestselling author of 14 romance novels. Each can be read as a standalone, or they can be read as a series. This book was originally published as 'Making Hay' . Find out more about her books and read extracts and background notes.

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Set in the picturesque village of Honeycote, this novel follows the lives and loves of its inhabitants and is filled with love triangles, deceit, broken hearts and secrets.
Jan
This was my third or fourth Veronica Henry book, and while I agree with other reviewers who have been overwhelmed by the the extensive list of characters, I thoroughly enjoy these ensemble stories set in a small English village, and have finally started to keep the various residents in order!

Now, before I say anything else, I do think Veronica Henry writes well. However, in this entry in her Honeycote series, she developed a serious writing tic; she used the word "incredibly" over and over. And over. And over. While I was enjoying the story, once I realized this, I was caught up time and again, marveling that the work could have gone through the publication process without anyone noticing this overworked adjective. Where were her editors and copy readers? I counted so many "incrediblys" that I stopped counting at 50, then continued to see more at the rate of every few pages until I finished the book. At some point, I managed to move beyond my annoyance, but still smiled each time I ran across another, in a "damn you, silly incredibly," way. As a journalist, I know very well that we writers can pick up these mannerisms, especially while working under the stress of deadlines, so I'm laying the blame here with the publisher/editor. I am just starting the next book in the Honeycote series, and I'm holding my breath that this has been noted; I made it through Making Hay, but don't think I can take another, err, incredible read.
X-MEN
The complex plot in this book will keep readers guessing who is doing what with whom until the very end. I hope everyone agrees that it’s a jolly good read
Fenrikree
Follow up to Honeycote
Uttegirazu
Making Hay is wickedly entertaining that will keep you glued to every page! A light, uplifting tale that would shock the pants off.......now that's for you to find out! Filled with humour that will keep you laughing out loud, and realising that life no matter who you are, will have its ups and downs. Its a must read!