Charlotte Bingham (Kindle ePUB / Ebook) Daughters of Eden


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Daughters of Eden

That all of them are chosen to work undercover for the espionage unit at a beautiful stately home is a surprise not least to them At Eden Park they not only meet each other but become involved with three unusual young men Eugene the seemingly feckless Irishman; Robert Kate's brother; and dashing Scott a master of disguise and the undisputed favourite of the unit While ther I am currently nursing a minor crush on Eugene

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E is hardly time for romance before each is sent out into the field there is just enough for passionate new relationships to form Only Jack Ward the mysterious spymaster manages to remain aloof as he guides their destinies The fact that they will look back on this time as having made them feel exuisitely alive than ever before is not something they will know until much lat Apparently Daughters of Eden is a trilogy Unfortunately the first of its trilogy could not motivate me to hunt for the following two books unusual since I am uite a war fiction buff

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DAUGHTERS OF EDEN focuses on the lives and fortunes of four very different young women at the outbreak of the Second World War Marjorie left at a boarding school by her emigrating mother; plain Poppy pushed into marriage with a mean spirited aristocrat; Kate despised by her father but determined to prove herself; and man mad Lily who turns out to be the bravest of them all This was a really good romp through four girls lives in pre war Britain like a Rosamunde Pilcher or a good early Maeve Binchyuick read nicely done


10 thoughts on “Daughters of Eden

  1. says:

    This book started out promising I found Poppy's story very intriguing However I found the subseuent characters were less interesting As the story progressed I became detached and found myself losing interest and not following the story I finished the book but didn't get much out of it

  2. says:

    This was a really good romp through four girls lives in pre war Britain like a Rosamunde Pilcher or a good early Maeve Binchyuick read nicely done

  3. says:

    Spies Tennis and war oh my Nicely woven plots and vibrant characters too

  4. says:

    I am currently nursing a minor crush on Eugene

  5. says:

    From the start I was uite invested into the story of poppy unfortunately the author just after chapter one where I was utterly hook decides to change the POV entirely and I was left scratching my head wondering what the hell was happening And I had to wait uite awhile before we return to Poppy’s story The other POVs were connected to poppy but not until towards the end and uite frankly was completely unnecessary for these POV

  6. says:

    I had a difficult time deciding on a rating score for this novel The introduction of characters was sloppy making it difficult to keep each person clear sometimes leavīng physical details ūntil well after my picture of an individual had been

  7. says:

    Apparently Daughters of Eden is a trilogy Unfortunately the first of its trilogy could not motivate me to hunt for the follo

  8. says:

    Great beginning dull middle and exciting endI have read the Bexham trilogy one of my favourite World War II series and thought this would be just as easy to read Unfortunately not It took me a few weeks to finish this so it was not an easy r

  9. says:

    Not my usual genre of book but surprisingly enjoyableAll of the main characters Marjorie Kate Poppy and Lily have both int

  10. says:

    One of those event filled but vaguely soothing British books about plucky young women during World War II This is not exactly high on plausibility but everyone seems vaguely nice except of course for the fascist

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