Loving Harry

Loving Harry Fashion designer Carla Kane has been too busy climbing the career ladder to sustain a long term relationship until she meets the charming charismatic Harry Wilkinson and falls deeply in love for the

  • Title: Loving Harry
  • Author: JoanFallon
  • ISBN: 9780957069633
  • Page: 196
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fashion designer Carla Kane has been too busy climbing the career ladder to sustain a long term relationship until she meets the charming, charismatic Harry Wilkinson, and falls deeply in love for the first time There s only one problem Harry is already married to Barbara, a stay at home wife who s been content until now to devote all her energies to looking after herFashion designer Carla Kane has been too busy climbing the career ladder to sustain a long term relationship until she meets the charming, charismatic Harry Wilkinson, and falls deeply in love for the first time There s only one problem Harry is already married to Barbara, a stay at home wife who s been content until now to devote all her energies to looking after her husband and children The close knit Wilkinson family unit is blown apart when Harry leaves Barbara, deserting the family home to start a new life in Spain with Carla.When Harry dies in strange circumstances, Carla doesn t know what to tell his family His children want to evict her from the family home and the only weapon she has against them is the fact that she has recently discovered that, throughout their marriage, Harry and Barbara were keeping secrets from one another Now that Carla has discovered the truth from an unexpected source, she has to decide whether to use this knowledge to save her home, knowing the devastation it would cause, or whether to let the past lie.

    One thought on “Loving Harry”

    1. Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book (e-book) in exchange for an honest review.The description of the book captivated me and urged me to read it. I loved the beginning and the characters emerging.But then the story got back and slowed down. I think the main reason for this was its interruption by the stories of supporting characters. I found these side stories both intriguing and disturbing. They were good because I started sympathising with these supporting characters, and disturbing beca [...]

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