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Young wives' tales [sound recording (audio book)] / Adele Parks.

By: Parks, Adele.
Contributor(s): Phil Hearne | Hearne, Phil | Markland, Sara | Wille, Clare.
Material type: materialTypeLabelSoundPublisher: London : Orion Audiobooks, p2007Description: 5 audio discs (6 hrs. 15 min.) : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.Content type: spoken word Media type: audio ISBN: 9780752874838.Subject(s): Married women -- Fiction | Married people -- FictionGenre/Form: Romance fiction. | Audiobooks.DDC classification: Talking Book Read by Phil Hearne, Sara Markland, and Clare Wille. Epilogueread by Peter Kenny.Read by Phil Hearne, Sara Markland, Clare Wille with Peter Kenny.Subject: Lucy stole Rose's 'happily ever after' because she wanted Rose's husband, Peter. But as Peter's interest diminishes and Lucy's domestic responsibilities increase, Lucy wonders if the 'happily ever after' is all a big con. Rose is now a devoted single mum but her twin boys seem to need her less and less and without them she wonders what she amounts to. They both envy Connie, who is happily married and effortlessly balancing two kids with a fulfilling career until, that is, a dangerous old flame flickers back into view at the school gates and threatens her marriage.
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Lucy stole Rose's 'happily ever after' because she wanted Rose's husband, Peter. But as Peter's interest diminishes and Lucy's domestic responsibilities increase, Lucy wonders if the 'happily ever after' is all a big con.

Abridged.

Read by Phil Hearne, Sara Markland, and Clare Wille. Epilogueread by Peter Kenny.

Read by Phil Hearne, Sara Markland, Clare Wille with Peter Kenny.

Lucy stole Rose's 'happily ever after' because she wanted Rose's husband, Peter. But as Peter's interest diminishes and Lucy's domestic responsibilities increase, Lucy wonders if the 'happily ever after' is all a big con. Rose is now a devoted single mum but her twin boys seem to need her less and less and without them she wonders what she amounts to. They both envy Connie, who is happily married and effortlessly balancing two kids with a fulfilling career until, that is, a dangerous old flame flickers back into view at the school gates and threatens her marriage.

Compact discs.

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