Friday, 6 September 2013

A Friendship's Love - Melanie Corona 6/9

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Filled with the dreams of youth, and surrounded by the love of her family and friends, Payton Martin’s world was simple. When someone closest to her is cruelly betrayed and unjustly sent away, life afterwards proves never to be the same for everyone involved, beginning a series of events beyond her control. Somehow, through the years that follow, Payton manages to deal with the heartache of loss and rejection, all while balancing her new situation, and becoming her own woman. 

Finally settled into a life that she could only once imagine, Payton is content; especially when the promise of love is presented by someone she admires and trusts. Nothing ever goes to plan, though. Once again she is faced with surviving circumstances, and choices others make on her behalf. This time, they ultimately take her across the ocean, to settle in a harsh new land.

Natalie's Review

I really enjoyed this book, it was set in 1820 and is the story of Payton, Payton is happy with her life she lives with her mama and papa her brother Nash and due to events soon her brothers friend Charlie is living with them.

Payton and her best friend Ashleigh dream of becoming Ladies, they spend their days practicing ready for the life that they know will one day be theirs, however when events out of their control, throw Payton's life into chaos she has to live without her family, taken in by best friends family Payton is soon thrown into the life she dreamd of, but when her past calls her she has to once again pick up her life and move on.

Payton is such a likeable character, I loved how the story goes full circle and was happy with how the story ended. If you are a fan of Katie Flynn you will enjoy this book

I give this book 4* it was a very pleasant easygoing read

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I was born in Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia, and raised in Alice Springs (the very center of the country). I have always loved reading and telling "tall tales" and wrote poetry all the time. My greatest influence was my grandpa Majid who kept us entertained all the time with his stories, music and passion for writing. 
I didn't tell anyone I wrote when I started because I was to shy, I have no idea why I was like that. I don't care now, I have stories to tell and I want to share them. I am not, and never will profess to be an awesome writer, but I will try to entertain, while bringing to life the history of my country, one page at a time.

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