Joanna Trollope: A Village AffairA Passionate ManThe Rector's Wife

Was no longer bullied The wife found happiness in a crappy job and a lover She finally made a decision to change her life and something life changing happens I was pleased with the end but it was a shame that what happened had to happen to give everyone a chance to live their lives the way they wanted Priest's wife has served God and the parish in a variety of ways She has baked for the Brownies delivered parish magazines washed and ironed her husband's surplices and clothed herself and her children in jumble sale itemsWhen her husband fails to gain promotion to archdeacon and retreats into isolated bitterness and the bullying of her daughter at the local comprehensive reaches an intolerable level Anna rebels She takes a job in the local supermarket where she earns her own money her sense of self worth the shocked disapproval of the parish and the icy fury of her husbandShe also attracts the passionate interest of three very different men each of whom was to play a significant part in the blossoming of her life.

Review A Village AffairA Passionate ManThe Rector's Wife

Have found happiness in her marriage or if her husband had to die to find happiness This was a sad tale about a woman stuck in a marriage where she was second place to her husband s job All of the main characters were unhappy in this story Finally the daughter found happiness in a new school where she. E else wooed her swept her off to his father in Scotland and finally married her Now bedded firmly into country life three children Archie the village doctor Liza a teacher everything comfortable funny affectionate they awaited the arrival of Archie's father the brilliant Sir Andrew Logan a widower for over thirty ears When his city clean Rover stopped in the drive Sir Andrew was not alone Beside him was a golden lady in caramel suede a warm witty desirable widow whom everyone except Archie adored at once Archie saw his father's mistress as the worm in the bud of his perfect life a life that was to be wrenched apart before he and Liza could re create their world The Rector's WifeFor twenty ears Anna Bouverie as

Good Easy reading when ou want to get involved in a good village arn but dont want to have to think about it too harda nice read It was okay I loved the ending and the feminist concepts in it That is what made it okay to read A women finding a way to make herself happy the uestion is whether could. A Village AffairThe Grey House is the final piece in the jigsaw of Alice Jordan's perfect life It seems to be the ultimate achievement of her outwardly happy marriage a loyal if dull husband three children two cars and now the house So why does she feel as if something is missingAs Alice and her family settle themselves into village life the something missing becomes something huge and then breaks scandalizing the village opening up old wounds But because of it Alice begins to feel that there is hope and humour and understanding and compassion in the new life she must build for herself A Passionate ManThe Logans were an enchanting and admirable couple Archie had snatched Liza from her own engagement party to someon.

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Caroline HarveyJoanna Trollope was born on 9 December 1943 in her grandfather's rectory in Minchinhampton Gloucestershire England daughter of Rosemary Hodson and Arthur George Cecil Trollope She is the eldest of three siblings She is a fifth generation niece of the Victorian novelist Anthony Trollope and is a cousin of the writer and broadcaster James Trollope She was educated at Reigate County School for Girls followed by St Hugh's College Oxford On 14 May 1966 she married the banker David Roger William Potter they had two daughters Antonia and Louise and on 1983 they divorced In 1985 she remarried to the television dramatist Ian Curteis and became the stepmother of two stepsons; they divorced in 2001 Today she is a grandmother and lives on her own in LondonFrom 1965 to 1967 she worked at the Foreign Office From 1967 to 1979 she was employed in a number of teaching posts before she became a writer full time in 1980 Her novel Parson Harding's Daughter won in 1980 the Romantic Novel of the Year Award by the Romantic Novelists' Association