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A Road Less Travelled

A Road Less Travelled At Jordache Alexander meets Mell Quinn Now at Jordache is beautiful and successful but bitter and mourning the death of her lover Mell She agrees to go to Devon for a poetry and painting cours

  • Title: A Road Less Travelled
  • Author: Annette De Burgh
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 284
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • At 21, Jordache Alexander meets Mell Quinn Now at 29, Jordache is beautiful and successful but bitter and mourning the death of her lover Mell She agrees to go to Devon for a poetry and painting course On the course is Frances Ledger 47, a talented artist and devout Roman Catholic who has had her dreams shattered From an abrasive first meeting, a tentative friendship dAt 21, Jordache Alexander meets Mell Quinn Now at 29, Jordache is beautiful and successful but bitter and mourning the death of her lover Mell She agrees to go to Devon for a poetry and painting course On the course is Frances Ledger 47, a talented artist and devout Roman Catholic who has had her dreams shattered From an abrasive first meeting, a tentative friendship develops between the two women, but Frances has problems she cannot share.

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    About "Annette De Burgh"

    1. Annette De Burgh

      Annette De Burgh was born in Liverpool UK She moved to Scotland where amongst other things she did family counseling then moved back to England and now lives in Warwickshire She writes lesbian fiction as Annette De Burgh and general fiction as Anne Santos.

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    1. Jordache (what a sauve name), Mell and Francis. Catholic guilt is a main stay throughout the book. I believe you can live happily as a practicing lesbian and a practicing Catholic. I loved the poetry, the long walks and talks, the wine, the flowers, going to mass, taking communion, etc. To me that is everyday life being together in love. Romantic and awesome. Every character has a purpose and made an impact in their own way. Slow burning but interesting as the author describes the particulars of [...]


    2. A little slow to start for me, hence four not five stars, but well worth the read and I would highly recommend this book. I could really empathise with the central characters whom I shed several tears over on more than one occasion whilst reading. The storyline was believable and I found myself having a couple of late nights because I wanted to read 'just one more chapter'. I really enjoyed how Annette De Burgh had incorporated characters from her previous novels into this book. Although this bo [...]


    3. Loved this book.A Road Less Traveled is a great book. Following Jordache' s emotional journey was heart wrenching. It really added interest to look into the Catholic lesbian dilemma. I really enjoyed this book and will definitely read more by Annette De Burgh.


    4. Four starsThis is an interesting love story between a young successful businesswoman and an older female artist. It's too bad that the writing was sub par and the editing was atrocious. If you can ignore the bad writing and editing you might enjoy the story. Good luck.


    5. The story was a difficult read, I am sure some of that was the difference in dialog. Not being from the UK some of the words were unfamiliar. Overall not bad, but not my style.




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