Saturday, 23 November 2013

Evergreen Girl by Sybil Powell

Fran Grainger works her way up from the bottom in the hotel trade right to the top, working for the Evergreen group of hotels. She has come a long way in her life having had a difficult family life, and after having no support from her mother, who constantly puts her down and criticises her.

Fran may be doing well in her professional life, but the same cannot be said in her private life and after being unlucky in love Fran decides to dedicate her life to her career. But when American businessman Jason enters her life, and Trevor a farmer both possible love interests, two men who could not be more different from one another.  Will Fran decide to take a chance on love?

There is an old-fashioned feel to this book; by this I mean I had to keep reminding myself that the story is set in the present day and not in the past. The story itself is not too bad, I just found it too long in parts and uninteresting, but in other parts I did find the storyline to be interesting and good. I liked the fact that although Fran has not had an easy start to life that she overcome all obstacles to become a successful business woman.

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