Brilliant book, enjoyed learning about the asylums back in the day and the characters I fell in love with, a nice refreshing change of genre and recommended. Great book I love these books by Rita Bradshaw the really get you caught up in their story I could not put it down. An Only Child, Year Old Angeline Stewart Is Heartbroken When Her Beloved Parents Are Killed In A Coaching Accident And She Is Given Into The Care Of Her Uncle Na Ve And Innocent, Angeline Is Easy Prey For The Handsome And Ruthless Oswald Golding, Who Is Looking For A Rich Heiress To Solve The Money Troubles His Gambling And Womanizing Has Caused On Her Wedding Night, Angeline Enters A Nightmare From Which There Is No Awakening Oswald Proves To Be Sadistic And Violent Than She Could Ever Have Imagined On Learning She Is Expecting A Child, Angeline Makes Plans To Run Away And Take Her Chances Fending For Herself And Her Baby But Then Tragedy Takes Over Cant really do a review on this book as I had read a few pages and realised that I have already read it Seems ok I do like her books Wow this is the first book of Rita s that I ve read,but it definitely won t be my last It follows the ups and downs of Angeline a 15 year old left orphaned when her parents are killed in an accident Angeline has then her fair share of tragedy but with grit and determination she battles on. Love this book didn t want to put it down ,young girl experiences heartbreak , fear ,power ,love , lovely well deserved ending One of Rita Bradshaw s best Enoyed every minutes Really loved reading this book and recommended it to the rest of my family Couldn t put it down Amazing insight into human rights, asylums and corruption in the past. Unsurprisingly, Bradshaw writes contemporary romance under a pen name for Mills Boon as well as these sagas An entertaining, if at times distressing and thoroughly dramatic read Her style is similar to Catherine Cookson s, with great despair and a fast pace and, thankfully, a happy ever after somewhat Beyond the Veil of Tears is a rather emotional story and a popcorn read engaging, a tad outlandish, entertaining and doesn t take itself too seriously Your gran d like it. This is the second book I have read by Rita Bradshaw I really enjoyed the story and will look out for of her books.
Rita Bradshaw was born on 1950 in Northampton, England, where she was educated as a good Christian She met Clive, her husband, at the age of 16 andnow the magic is still there They have three lovely children, Cara, Faye, and Benjamin, and have always had a menagerie of animals in the house, whichat the present is confined to two endearing and very comical dogs who wouldmake a great double act on
- 400 pages
- Beyond the Veil of Tears
- Rita Bradshaw
- 04 October 2018 Rita Bradshaw