I love how Ethan and Henri turn out to be brothers! Third Floor Rising Come in to read, write, review, and interact with other fans. To do so she must travel back in time to 1715 and save her fiance’s ancestor, Earl of Nithsdale. And she knows how to write a good romance! I love the story line, and how they stretched it out the plot. But, just to give you fair warning, this is a romantic fiction story that is set during the Civil War, not a comprehensive historical work with fiction thrown in to make it interesting. Tapestry builds a very special record of a child’s experiences, development and learning journey through their early years and primary education. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I really enjoy this series and the family. It took awhile to get to the plot described on the back of the book (don't read it!) Her guilt drives her to save him in a very unorthodox way with lots of complications along the way.Sweeping rugged landscapes, romance, travel and a daring tale of love and loss. I love history, I Love London, and I love seeing modern traits out of their time. But the story itself is an interesting one although who or what the Robyns are remains a mystery. A newlywed from Mississippi begins to regret her marriage on the journey to her new husband's home. I have wanted to read this book for many years now and requested and re-requested it continuously from the library with many distracting books inbetwee times. Error rating book. I just didn't get into this one.AT the centre of Tapestry is a true story full of romance and daring – the Earl of Nithsdale’s escape from the Tower of London in 1715.Welcome back. Loved the story, and couldn't put it down as I wanted to know what happened next.
FREE Delivery on your first order shipped by Amazon. Fun but ultimately not the best historical novel . Works for me. It was originally … Totally different personality to any nurse I’ve ever met! Curved is the Line of Beauty This book is different to others I've read of hers recently as you have to suspend disbelief a little more and go on the time travel ride between the early 1700s and late Hmm I enjoyed this book once it got going.
Saturday Teatime At first it took awhile to get into it and dragged on a little bit in the beginning but I found once she travelled back in time the story picked up. Or will she find herself and discover what is truly missing from her life? Like truly amazing. The first few chapters were difficult to get into. It's like she writes for me. I put the book down halfway through this scene and struggled to pick it back up again because I knew I was going back to stupidity. Published This is a great read for teens and actually the whole family would enjoy this.I enjoyed this book, this was the first time I had ready this author. Let us know what’s wrong with this preview of But, just to give you fair warning, this is a romantic fiction story that is set during the Civil War, not a comprehensive historical work with fiction thrown in to make it interesting. The Tapestry is a sweeping historical Civil War-era epic that reads like a movie and has great characters and wonderful settings, not to mention that it reads like a movie. It is about a woman named Jane who embarks on a mission to save her fiance. I was clued to the book long into the night, because I just needed to see how it was going to end. She knows I like adventure. 1565070372 I don't think there was anything that truly represented the era that influenced the story one bit. Will There be Lions? Refresh and try again. She knows my trigger points. And she knows how to write a good romance! 26 £9.90 £9.90. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.A newlywed from Mississippi begins to regret her marriage on the journey to her new husband's home.
Thanks Fiona for sharing your creativity with us and for another good read! A great story of the O'Dell family that takes on the Alcott family. Be the first to ask a question about The Tapestry Hang ‘em on walls, drape 'em on beds, divide a room, hide your secret stuff. But I found it's exciting at the end. I just wanted to keep reading. The ending....superb!“We’re all connected in various ways and our lives touch and affect one another, but the most powerful link is through the blood that connects one generation to another. This is the first book I have read of Fiona's and it won't be the last. Economy of … Edward P. Jones won the PEN/Hemingway Award and was nominated for the National Book Award for his debut collection of stories, Lost in the City and received the Pulitzer Prize for The Known World. The only problems are that it moves a bit too fast and that the synopsis on the back cover gives away more of the plot than it should. Let us know what’s wrong with this preview of I didn't at all like the "time travel" between the 18 Century and the 1970s which requires the reader to suspend belief and swap between the two eras in a way that is neither comfortable nor seemless. but once I realized it was more a story of a family and not one individual, I was able to settle in and just watch it unfold. I hope this was just an "experiment" that has failed and that the author will get back to doing what she does so well.
Embroidery and Tapestry Weaving: A Practical Text-Book of Design and Workmanship (Illustrated Edition) by Mrs Archibald H. Christie | 18 Mar 2008. And for your information, this book actually says 'Fiction-Romance' on the back cover (I bring this up because I have read several reviews that refer to this as 'Historical Fiction', and don't want to have anyone misled as I was). In the Blink of God's Eye Bayeux Tapestry, medieval embroidery depicting the Norman Conquest of England in 1066, remarkable as a work of art and important as a source for 11th-century history. Very disappointing, but looking forward to her new novel! Spectacular historical fiction by a first-time author. I will read it over and over.