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Julia Gregson

3.55 of 5 Votes: 5
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website
http://www.juliagregson.net/
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Books by Julia Gregson
Jasmine Nights (2012)
language
English
3.38 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: At first, I was a little skeptical of the book's ability to intrigue me. However, after the first couple of chapters I found myself turning page after page. Julia Gregson does a fantastic job of mixing adventure, romance, and suspense all into one. The main female character was t...
East of the Sun (2008)
language
English
3.6 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: What a gem of a book! Really enjoyed this book...had the elements I gravitate to...foreign location, historical time period, relationships, mystery and romance. This tells the story of three women from London in the late 1920's who travel by ship to India to seek husbands to ma...
Noites de Jasmim (2012)
language
English
3.38 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: A satisfying "beach read" because the novel takes place during World War II. Quickly, the plot involves a young English woman who, while singing for soldiers recovering from burns, meeting a dashing young pilot. Both end up in Egypt in the days leading up to the Allied offensi...
Band of Angels (2010)
language
English
3.34 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: I didn't expected many things from this book even if it's about a country area which is famous these days, Crimea. Welsh girl loves a wild welsh boy (a fade type of Catherine and Heathcliff from Weathering Heights) and she chooses to become one of the first nurses to find hersel...
A Leste do Sol (2009)
language
English
3.6 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: Wow--587 pages. That is alot of writing about three ladies from England going to India although I really liked how it began. The author,you could tell, did alot of research about India which made it even more readable.It had this buried romantic thread running through the story ...
Matrimonio a Bombay (2009)
language
English
3.6 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: Despite the occasional confusion over the way some things are worded, this story is wonderfully written as Gregson switches between her three leading ladies giving the story a wider range of view points as well as making it more interesing as you can see into the different minds ...
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