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by Elizabeth Pewsey,Maureen O'Brien
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Contemporary
  • Author:
    Elizabeth Pewsey,Maureen O'Brien
  • ISBN:
    0754002012
  • ISBN13:
    978-0754002017
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  • Publisher:
    Chivers Audio Books; Unabridged edition (October 1, 1998)
  • Subcategory:
    Contemporary
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  • FB2 format
    1144 kb
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    1701 kb
  • DJVU format
    1117 kb
  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    296
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Children of Chance book. Elizabeth Pewsey, Maureen O'Brien (Reader). This is a six book series about a group of people loosely and less loosely connected to each other by family, marriage, locale, avocation.

Children of Chance book. Prue Pagan, brought up by a religious aunt, is an innocent. There are similarities to the plots of each, but each is also full of interesting characters and unique subplots. I loved reading this first one, feeling like I'd discovered something new, although they were written in the mid-90s and are set in the mid-70s.

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O'Brien was the youngest child of "a strict, religious family". Shortly after their publication, these books were banned and, in some cases burned, in her native country due to their frank portrayals of the sex lives of their characters

O'Brien was the youngest child of "a strict, religious family". From 1941 to 1946 she was educated by the Sisters of Mercy – a circumstance that contributed to a "suffocating" childhood. I rebelled against the coercive and stifling religion into which I was born and bred. It was very frightening and all pervasive. Shortly after their publication, these books were banned and, in some cases burned, in her native country due to their frank portrayals of the sex lives of their characters. O'Brien herself was accused of "corrupting the minds of young women"; she later said: "I felt no fame. I had young children.

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Are you sure you want to remove Children of Chances from your list? Children of Chances. Published October 1998 by Chivers Audio Books.

Maureen Child (born September 28, 1951 in Southern California, United States) is an American writer of over 50 romance novels since 1990. She has written under the pen names Ann Carberry, Kathleen Kane, Sara Hart and Regan Hastings. Child was born on September 28, 1951 in California, United States. She is married, they have two children and a golden retriever, Abbey. She continues to live in Southern California. She published her first novels in 1990. Run Wild My Heart (1992). Bandit's Lady (1995).

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USA TODAY Bestselling Author She shattered his dreams to chase her own. Not this time.

According to airline tycoon Jackson King, business always triumphed over romance, and babies were best appreciated from afar. USA TODAY Bestselling Author She shattered his dreams to chase her own.

Maureen Elizabeth O'Brien has written . Maureen Elizabeth Clayton has written: 'Lipoproteins and heat shock proteins as measures of reproductive physiology in the soft shell clam, Mya arenaria' - subject(s): Clams, Mya arenaria.

Maureen Elizabeth O'Brien has written: 'FAMILY EXPERIENCES WITH LONG-TERM CHILDHOOD TECHNOLOGY DEPENDENCE: AN INTERPRETIVE INTERACTIONIST APPROACH' - subject(s): Health Sciences, Nursing, Individual and Family Studies Sociology, Nursing Health Sciences, Sociology, Individual and Family Studies.

Documents of Elizabeth Pewsey (born Coates). They had 3 children: John Stone and 2 other children. Elizabeth passed away on month day 1785, at age 39 at death place. Documents of Elizabeth Stone (born Pewsey). Elizabeth Pease Elizabeth Pease in England Deaths and Burials, 1538-1991. Elizabeth Pease was born in 1716. Elizabeth Pissey Elizabeth Pissey in England Marriages, 1538-1973. Elizabeth Pissey married John Stone on month day 1771, at marriage place.


Beazezius
Elizabeth Aston's imagination and versatility have long been a delight to me. As always, this story is unique, fascinating and kept me turning pages. The characters are well-drawn - none are completely hateful or lovable - but all are sympathetic and left me wanting to know them beyond the story in this book. I thank you, Ms Aston, for another gift from your pen (or keyboard) to my pleasure! Readers, sorry, I don't write spoilers; you will be glad you read it yourself!
bass
I don't like stories when they start in the present and the flashback to the beginning. I think the technique is overused. Despite this, I found the novel entertaining and plan to read the series.
Arryar
This is a long book in which pretty much nothing happens. The one interesting event near the end of the book, involving a child of incest, is just presented with no explanation. Plus, the lead female character, Prue, is gormless.
Windworker
It was ok, thought it was a little disjointed.
Rocky Basilisk
If you enjoy P.G. Woodhouse and Jane Austen, you will love this book, which is alternatively moving, funny, suspenseful, and surprising. A very good read.
Alister
Love love it again again the best Thank you as ever dolores
I love Mercedes
Good book
This author is delightful and tells a marvelous story. I have read all this series and am sorry, indeed, that there aren't more to come!