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    Lizzie's Daughters

    Excellent, an exciting book, well written. I wondered if there could be another book in this series. Jack could possibly be the baddy!
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    An exciting story

    A good ending to the saga with new storylines introduced making it a exciting book to read. A great page turner and hard to put down.
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    Lizzies Daughters

    Interesting story about the ongoing difficulties for migrants after the war. How after all the years their suffering doesnt go away.
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    Cute story

    Just found this a bit over simplistic. I like feel good stories but this seemed intensely so. I'm sure those teenage daughters would have been harder to handle than this story!! Everyone was just too perfect.
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    Lizzie's Daughters

    I enjoyed the book, but it was not as avid reading as the first 2 books in the series. Which I couldn't get enough of. It is a lovely story of how 2 sisters can misconscrew what is happening in their lives, and doubt that the father loves them, and then the 2 sisters see their father outside a well to do clothes shop with a young lady and they think he is having an affair. Sebastian is a well loved father, husband, and friend
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