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The Lonely Heart by Jacquelyn Webb

March 30, 2012

The Lonely Heart

By Jacquelyn Webb

Astraea Press

Jacquelyn Webb writes a very unique story of mistaken identity. Let me tell you that she grabbed me from the first chapter. The story is set in and about London. Quiet, unassuming, brown haired, and gray eyed Melissa Morris is twenty and going through life in the drabbest way.

Her housemate, Sonia Hamilton, is wealthy, and flashy. She is loving her way through life and having a wonderful time. She has finally influenced Melissa to dress in an attention getting wig and her clothes. What ensues is refreshing and invigorating.

Green eyed, Peter Darcy, Sonia’s cousin, can’t even tell them apart. That is, until Melissa is dressed in her own style.

I give The Lonely Heart 4 ½ Sunflowers.

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4 Comments
  1. This sounds like a great story! Another one for my TBR pile! 🙂

  2. jeff7salter permalink

    I enjoy succinct, straightforward reviews.

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