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    A good read, recommended

    This book is as good as the first one in this series. I was happy to keep on reading this saga and I found it entertaining and engrossing. A good read, recommended. Many thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC, all opinions are mine.
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    A Superb Read!

    Exactly what I expected from this talented author: a wonderful second book in series! Life at Harpers department store is busier than ever, and our four women are kept on their toes all day long. Now that they are sharing a home, their friendships are sealed and life is moving on for all of them . . . I love Rosie Clarke's series'; I adored The Women of Mulberry Lane and, as I settled in to read this second book I realised that I cherish the characters in Harpers every bit as much. Each one is skilfully crafted, all with completely separate identities and yet they meld together beautifully. As time moves on, it's only natural that love and marriage will enter the equation but there is so much more to this book. Each woman's life is different to the other, and the author doesn't shy away from including the realities of life in the period setting. If ever women should be grateful to the Suffragist Movement, then this book will bring home exactly how much they could NOT do for themselves and how important using our vote is. With the story moving along at a scudding pace, there is also plenty of scope for a third novel and I find myself looking forward to it already. A superb read, as always, fully earning all five sparkling stars!
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