Looking Up A compelling tale from a talented storyteller Caitlin mother of four nurtures her past as if it were another of her babies But she is married to a man who resolutely neglects his past until he finds

  • Title: Looking Up
  • Author: Rebecca Gregson
  • ISBN: 9780727866301
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A compelling tale from a talented storyteller Caitlin, mother of four, nurtures her past as if it were another of her babies But she is married to a man who resolutely neglects his past until he finds an old girlfriend on a reunion website As his attention turns away from the present, so Caitlin determines to find excitement in the here and now All too quickly, everyoA compelling tale from a talented storyteller Caitlin, mother of four, nurtures her past as if it were another of her babies But she is married to a man who resolutely neglects his past until he finds an old girlfriend on a reunion website As his attention turns away from the present, so Caitlin determines to find excitement in the here and now All too quickly, everyones future happiness not least her childrens is under threat .

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      Published :2020-07-01T11:19:21+00:00

    About "Rebecca Gregson"

    1. Rebecca Gregson

      Rebecca Gregson is a former BBC and newspaper journalist She lives in Cornwall with her husband and two children Her bestselling debut Katherine s Wheel and Zebras Crossing are also available from Pocket Books.

    681 thoughts on “Looking Up”

    1. Plot is a bit trite, but Gregson really does have a feel for the way married couples can be in a fight without actually arguing out loud. My husband asked me a question while I was reading this and I bit his head off, then rememberd "oh right, the wife in the book is annoyed at her husband, not me."


    2. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Gregson writes about believable people in believable situations. Relationships develop and change during the course of her books. I particularly like the way children of adults in her novels are treated as integral characters, essential to the unfolding story.



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