[EPUB] ✻ The Bay of the Nightingales By Essie Summers – Torrentindir.co

The Bay of the Nightingales txt The Bay of the Nightingales, text ebook The Bay of the Nightingales, adobe reader The Bay of the Nightingales, chapter 2 The Bay of the Nightingales, The Bay of the Nightingales 5e3e51 Margot Chesterton Had Travelled To New Zealand To Look For Her Long Lost Father But Pierre Laveroux Persisted In Believing That Her Motive Was A Sinister One Which Was A Pity, As Margot Would So Much Have Preferred Him To Have A Good Opinion Of Her

About the Author: Essie Summers

Essie Summers born Ethel Snelson Summers on July 24, 1912 in Christchurch, New Zealand d August 27, 1998 was a New Zealand author who wrote so vividly of the people and landscape of her native country that she was offered The Order Of the British Empire for her contributions to New Zealand tourism.Ethel Snelson Summers was born on on July 24, 1912 to a newly emigrated couple, Ethel Snelson an

10 thoughts on “The Bay of the Nightingales

  1. says:

    I feel like a should have liked this It had all the things I like in an Essie Summer s but it sort of annoyed me that she thought she loved her boyfriend than he loved her When she s met the hot new guy and finds herself thinking of him and missing him and still thinks the ex was the love of her life A bit TSTL.Other than that I enjoyed the read and the cast of characters Loved the hero Pierre who was part French and a bit passionate about everything This was pretty much the story He misunderstands something, flies off the handle but is over it quickly when he finds out the truth Margot is less forgiving which is probably just as well or they would have been married in chapter two It was obvious Pierre was smitten.The sub plot about Margot searching for her father was quite nicely done and very satisfactory A nice story but didn t get me excited.

  2. says:

    I read Harlequin Romances by the crateload when I was in high school some 40 years agoa friend of mine just moved to New Zealand and has been sending back photos, and I took a hankering to read some of the Essie Summers books again, as my early impression of New Zealand where I have yet to travel was formed I was curious about the descriptions of the landscape, mainly The landscapes as described by Summers do seem to fit the photos that I ve been seeing The story was pretty ridiculous even for an admittedly formulaic romance The whole thing hinges on a misunderstanding that could not possibly have been sustained than 10 minutes, so we either have to think that the main character is an idiot or that pretty much everyone else is Definitely did not hold up on a second read.

  3. says:

    A letter from her recently deceased uncle turns Margot s life upside down literally Learning that she may have a father living in New Zealand who is unaware of her existence, she travels there to see if she can at least determine his circumstances But fate steps in with the perfect job for her, helping to open and operate a small museum.

  4. says:

    Some really great dialogue and wonderful descriptive writing.

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