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by Rosie Thomas

It was a love forbidden but never forgotten. When Harry Cotton returned to Wales, Angharad Owain found paradise - despite her father's violent warnings against the Cottons of Llyn Fair. For she and Harry were in love, untouchable. Until a shocking revelation drives Angharad to flee, pregnant and penniless, to London. There, struggling to make a new life for herself and her child, she resolves to put the past behind her, joy and heartache alike. But neither time nor success can banish her memories. In the end, Angharad must confront the sinister shadows that lie between her and Harry - the man she will always love, but may never have...
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ISBN: 0099464861
ISBN13: 978-0099464860
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Contemporary
Author: Rosie Thomas
Language: English
Publisher: Gardners Books (July 31, 2004)
Pages: 368 pages
ePUB size: 1773 kb
FB2 size: 1286 kb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 781
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I have read quite a few of Rosie Thomas's books and enjoyed them, but I was disappointed in this one. It is definitely a romance but seems to be also somewhat of a fairy tale. Angharad the heroine of the book lands herself in some amazingly good positions that I found a bit hard to believe. Perhaps I'm too much of a realist. I like a romance book with substance, but this seemed lacking here. I finished the book to see how it ended, even though it was inevitable really. Sorry but not so keen on this one.
Written by my wife Peggy - since she's the one who read it.

Having read Katie Thomas' "The Kashmir Shawl" and thoroughly enjoyed it I looked forward to reading another of her books. Going to the New York Public Library web site I found that in the entire NYC library system there was only one copy of of The Kashmir Shawl available -- none of her other 13 or so published works were in their collection.

My husband went to the Amazon site and obtained a copy of "Sunrise." From what I understand "Sunrise" was one of her earliest works for which she received several awards.

I enjoyed reading "Sunrise." What I would like to share with you is that I thought that what she achieved from her earlier writings to the "Kashmir Shawl" is how she developed as an excellent story teller. Why aren't her other works available in America?
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AS far as Rosie Thomas is concerned, I am a devotee through and through. Having said that, I am not one eyed as to her work. I like her style of writing, which allows her " not so good stories" an element of forgiveness.Sunrise was not up there with some of her other work, but certainly worth the read. If you are new to this Author, I suggest you get on board.
Not the best book by Rosie Thomas but still an okay read. I found the story a bit shallow and not quite believable re the bother/sister relationship. Having said that I am a Rosie Thomas fan and I do enjoy her books as they are well written and usually have a good story line.
Without question once again rosie manages to loose you in another place. I loved the depth of story and intricacy around the characters.
The recipient of this book really like it. They have been looking for the book for a long time and I was able to get it for them
Thoroughly enjoyed