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He struggles to escape his far flung influence and shape her own destiny Paul influential movie director John Edwards and her devoted circle of women friends endeavor to support their beloved Vicky in her fight to protect herself and her young son conceived in an act of violence and born on a day of tragedy In the final chapters Frank discovers that Vicky has developed a will of iron. The title and cover of the really drew me to read this book The starting was brief but scary and the build up was reminiscent of Frank O Connor s Man of the House which really threw me back into some warm joyful memories where instead of a man or boy there is a girl named Vicky She will do everything she can so that her mother does not have to work cleaning house any even if it means she would have to work for an eccentric rich guy who despite being extremely cautious of his actions had already sent the wrong signal to Vicky her mother and friends Vicky is a strong character sharp witty and intelligent She does two odd jobs apart from studying in college and also has a some what social life and also is advancing into a new relationshipMoving forward Vicky has to face some really harsh problems as life only becomes complicatedAlthough the story reminds of many memories it is uniue and definitely not derivative The plot is also not far fetched rather much grounded to reality and therefore very relate able The writing simple and brisk

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For nail biting suspense characters that leap of the page and a tender love story read The Hungry House When billionaire Frank Armstrong hires gorgeous and spunky university freshman Vicky Howell as his household assistant it seems like the answer to her prayers With delight Vicky and her mother move into Frank's charming guest cottage As Vicky's ailing mother's health declines Frank. I just finished a marathon reading of The Hungry House by Elizabeth Amelia Barrington I simply could not put it down unfinished My attention was engaged from the first word until the last It is an amazing book Beautiful nineteen year old Vicky Howell is given a chance to help her ill mother by taking a job as an assistant to Frank Armstrong a billionaire in Portland Oregon As his assistant she can still keep her work study job as a student attend classes provide a home for her mother What can possibly go wrong Frank Armstrong upon seeing Vicky one time when she subbed for her mother in housekeeping decided he wanted her in his bed and his life He was used to getting what he wanted but uickly learns that getting Vicky there won t be easy She is independent smart and street wise He blatantly uses her mother s ill health and subseuent death to attain his goal He is not known for his ability to understand NO When Vicky s mother dies Vicky heads into a tailspin of depression She pulls away from her friends and her life She loses her Faith Her friends Margaret the housekeeper Paul her boyfriend and even John Edwards a film producer are concerned as to what will happen to Vicky now Rightly so Frank uses her grief to isolate her under the guise of protection He cocoons her and takes care of her She buys into his plan and thinks he is the only one who really cares that she is grieving and shuts herself away from everyone except Margaret She begins to be and like Frank Eventually Frank loses patience and gives a party to cheer her up While at the party he drugs her and rapes her resulting in pregnancy What is she going to do Who will believe a penniless girl over a billionaire How can she prove anything when she doesn t remember Will anything good come out of this mess she has made of her life

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Picks up the tab for her medical bills trapping them in his web of control At her first university class Vicky meets tall handsome Paul and erotic sparks fly but she's leery because of a high school affair that left her pregnant and heartbroken Eventually disenchanted with Frank and revolted by his amorous advances she flees the estate and begins the fiercest battle of her life as s. The Hungry House by Elizabeth Amelia Barrington is in a genre that I wouldn t normally read I am so glad I overlooked my normal barriers and sat down to read this fabulous tale It has taught me a lesson that sometimes it is okay to travel outside your personal box by trying something newThe primary characters are well developed and the plot line was intriguing I did find a few of the plot points to be predictable but it wasn t enough to detract from the overall story The setting was well established by the supporting facts and intricate details related to Portland which helped to set the scene and create a visual in my headThe main character Vicky Howell was developed in a manner in which I could relate She faced numerous struggles that began with the prologue and continuing through to the end of the book I found myself sympathizing with her situation and pulling for her in the end I think the reason I could relate so well was because I have had friends who have faced similar hardships I have seen similar transformations as they struggle to deal with the losses and it is painful to witness I think this was what made her such a realistic characterMy favorite character in the book was the antagonist Frank He wasn t my favorite because I could relate to him or that I was pulling for him Rather he was my favorite because I truly despised him I think Elizabeth did a wonderful job creating a true villain The second we are introduced to Frank and his lascivious nature I developed a deep hatred for this man and I wanted to see him punished for his crimes Overall I enjoyed this book I would give it 4 out of 5 stars Don t let the 4 fool you I would recommend this book to anyone I am interested to see what else Elizabeth will have in store for us in future books


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    I just finished a marathon reading of The Hungry House by Elizabeth Amelia Barrington I simply could not put it down unfinished My attention was engaged from the first word until the last It is an amazing book Beautiful nine

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    The Hungry House tells a story about young girl Vicky Howell Because of her mother's illness she starts to work as an assistant for wealthy Frank Armstrong who right from the start develops unhealthy interest in her I don't usually read romance novels but I have enjoyed this one The characters were captivating enough and the plot th

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    The Hungry House by Elizabeth Amelia Barrington is an intriguing work of tragedy drama that abounds with classical themes yet proves to be a remarkably unpredictable page turner It is a compelling character story of an overachieving woman who somehow finds ways to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory time and again over a half decade of turmoil The female protagonist finds herself in a struggle against a relentless

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    The Hungry House by Elizabeth Amelia Barrington is in a genre that I wouldn’t normally read I am so glad I overlooked my normal barriers and sat down to read this fabulous tale It has taught me a lesson that sometimes it is okay to travel outside your personal box by trying something newThe primary characters

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    Vicky Howell a college student with a part time job at the college working for a professor a very busy girl She is trying to

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    The title and cover of the really drew me to read this book The starting was brief but scary and the build up was reminisc

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    The first 75% was ludicrous featuring the DUMBEST protagonist ever The next 20% wasn't half bad though the story stretched the limits of credulity And then back to beyond stupid With little than ten minutes remaining at the end of the fourth uarter the author had her heroine womansmarten the hell up but it was too little too late The whole t

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    I was sent this in exchange for an honest review it has taken me longer than usual as I was in a reading slump when I started this I think for this reason its not a full 5 stars as it took me ages to get into I really enjoyed this book and following vickys life and her transformation When vicky and her mum meet the very wealthy frank they think their life is going to go well for a change but thats not the case I love the transformation vi

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    A first self published book by an American authorIt's a good story which is unfortunately spoiled by many mistakes Ms Barrington should have emp