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Airs and Graces has been added to your Cart. With an insatiable appetite for other people's business, Erica James will readily strike up conversation with strangers in the hope of unearthing a useful gem for her writing.

Airs and Graces has been added to your Cart. She finds it the best way to write authentic characters for her novels, although her two grown-up sons claim they will never recover from a childhood spent in a perpetual state of embarrassment at their mother's compulsion.

Airs and Graces book. Ellen has been living on her own in a picturesque, if damp cottage. Erica James has a charming, flowing style of writing and she creates engaging, if a little stereotypical, characters. Nothing challenging about this book, but enjoyable nonetheless if this is your usual genre.

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Books related to Airs and Graces. As usual Erica James crafts the characters in her stories with ease drawing you into their problems and making you compare to your own life or be grateful for what you have

Books related to Airs and Graces. Coming Home to Island House. As usual Erica James crafts the characters in her stories with ease drawing you into their problems and making you compare to your own life or be grateful for what you have. Sensitively written but a crescendo to the story that makes it so hard to put down A great read. how more.

Erica James (née Sullivan; born 1960) is a British writer of several romance novels. In 2006, her novel Gardens of Delight won the Romantic Novel of the Year Award from the Romantic Novelists' Association. Born Erica Sullivan in 1960 in Surrey, England, she grew up on Hayling Island, Hampshire since 4 years. Divorced, she has two grown-up sons, Edward and Samuel, and lives between Suffolk and Lake Como in Italy. She began writing after attending a creative writing course at the Arvon Foundation.

Title: Airs And Graces. Catalogue Number: 9780752883526. Erica James grew up in Hampshire and has since lived in Oxford, Yorkshire and Belgium. See all 9 brand new listings. She now lives in Cheshire. All of Erica's recent novels have been Sunday Times bestsellers. Country of Publication.

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7 126 5 Author: Erica James Narrator: Charlotte Strevens. Download books offline, listen to several books continuously, choose stories for your kids, or try out a book that you didn't thought you would like to listen to. The best book experience you'd ever had. A wonderfully fresh novel about love and life from the SUNDAY TIMES bestselling author Having married once for love, and been abandoned by her husband, Ellen is determined that her second marriage will be for money.

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Ellen has been living on her own in a picturesque cottage in Cheshire since her husband abandoned her to go and live with another woman in Provence. Having married once for love, she is now determined that the second time around it will be for money. Close at hand is Duncan, her not unattractive, and enticingly single, divorce lawyer. But then two new people enter her life: Jo-Jo, a homeless girl several months pregnant, and Matthew, an artist who paints murals in country houses and who, on his first meeting with Ellen, openly criticizes her for being devious. But as hostility gives way to friendship, Ellen realizes that she has wavered off course from her original plan, and she has to remind herself very strongly indeed that Duncan is the man for her.
heart of sky
Enjoyable read. Hermione, Ellen's qirky neighbor was thehighlight of the novel and was the most developed character. However,James could have done so much more with the teenage mother and Mattthew character. Nevertheless, I enjoyed this novel tremendously!
Actually a bit disappointing, just not the 'Erica James standard'.
doesnt Do You
Not one of Erica James' bests. It didn't draw me in like her other books have but I still wanted to read until the end.
I am a great fun of Erica James and this book is no exception. I found it entertaining and enjoyable like all the others.
Good narrative, but a bit predictable.
When Ellen's husband leaves her for a younger woman after twenty years of marriage, she is at first quite shattered, even though her marriage was far from perfect with a husband who needed kinky sex. Soon however, she becomes reconciled to leaving her large, comfortable home and settles into a tiny cottage where she sets up a dried flower business which is a bit slow to get going. The attendant money worries make her dtermined to remarry for money and security, so when the local solicitor, wealthy and eligible Duncan, who took care of her divorce, shows an interest in her, she dismisses some niggling doubts and agrees to marry him. Hermione, her friend and neighbour, has grave doubts about such a marriage, hoping that her godson Matthew and Ellen might be right for each other. The two women befriend JoJo, a pregnant, teenaged runaway who proves to be a catalyst in both their lives and, along with various other characters, both amusing and dark, unfolds a pleasant and readable tale of village life.
I enjoyed James' style of writing although it could be plain sometimes. The plot is very interesting, something that could happen to anyone (divorce, teenage mother, snobbish neighbors). It is one of those books you smile after you're done w/ the book. Definetely a good read!
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book! It reminded me of a Rosamunde Pilcher book. Thumbs up!
Airs and Graces ebook
Erica James
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Orion Publishing (June 1, 2001)
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