Stranger in Paradise

Stranger in Paradise The year is The American Dream of the suburbs British journalist Jane Townsend is swept off her feet by brash bold American newspaperman Mac Weaver and says I do to life in America After years o

  • Title: Stranger in Paradise
  • Author: Barbara Bretton
  • ISBN: 9780373163694
  • Page: 288
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The year is 1953 The American Dream of the suburbs British journalist Jane Townsend is swept off her feet by brash, bold American newspaperman Mac Weaver and says I do to life in America After years of hardship in wartime England, Jane is thrilled with the beautiful new suburban home Mac has waiting for her in Long Island, and settles in for an idyllic life of backyThe year is 1953 The American Dream of the suburbs British journalist Jane Townsend is swept off her feet by brash, bold American newspaperman Mac Weaver and says I do to life in America After years of hardship in wartime England, Jane is thrilled with the beautiful new suburban home Mac has waiting for her in Long Island, and settles in for an idyllic life of backyard barbecues, bridge parties and babies, babies, babies But when Macs hard hitting reporting lands him in political hot water, Jane soon realizes that even paradise can have its dark side It s time to put down the gardening gloves and take a stand for what she believes in d for the man she loves.

    • Best Read [Barbara Bretton] ↠ Stranger in Paradise || [Ebooks Book] PDF Ó
      288 Barbara Bretton
    • thumbnail Title: Best Read [Barbara Bretton] ↠ Stranger in Paradise || [Ebooks Book] PDF Ó
      Posted by:Barbara Bretton
      Published :2020-04-13T11:03:32+00:00

    About "Barbara Bretton"

    1. Barbara Bretton

      Barbara Bretton is the USA Today bestselling, award winning author of than 40 books She currently has over ten million copies in print around the world Her works have been translated into twelve languages in over twenty countries Barbara has been featured in articles in The New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Romantic Times, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Herald News, Home News, Somerset Gazette,among others, and has been interviewed by Independent Network News Television, appeared on the Susan Stamberg Show on NPR, and been featured in an interview with Charles Osgood of WCBS, among others Her awards include both Reviewer s Choice and Career Achievement Awards from Romantic Times Gold and Silver certificates from Affaire de Coeur the RWA Region 1 Golden Leaf and several sales awards from Bookrak Ms Bretton was included in a recent edition of Contemporary Authors Barbara loves to spend as much time as possible in Maine with her husband, walking the rocky beaches and dreaming up plots for upcoming books.

    180 thoughts on “Stranger in Paradise”

    1. Favorite Quotes:“It was all there, all the beauty and wonder and sorrow of life, there in the papers and scrapbooks and photographs packed away with wedding dresses and pressed corsages. Somehow the Wilson attic had become the repository of memories for two families and, in a fashion, of a way of life long gone.”“Open your eyes, Liz thought. Can’t you see the people who used to be? Love wasn’t a modern invention. Before computer chips and microwave ovens and VCRs, men and women had fal [...]


    2. I read this years ago, and I didn't enjoy it that much back then. I found it quite boring then, and it really hasn't improved that much now. The relationship between Mac and Jane was very hastily entered into, and much of the drama they dealt with stemmed from that, though some of it was also the world climate at the time, which was one of the few redeeming qualities of the book. It gave us that glimpse into a time period that isn't well understood and often swept under the rug. I also enjoyed s [...]


    3. I loved this series!Home front series was awesome. I love WWII era stories! Very easy read and kept me from many of my daily chores because I couldn't but it down!


    4. Bland. The kind of bland that hurts your eyes from all the glazing over.


    5. This final book connected the previous books and following up with the children of their parents who were detailed in the stories. The country changed with the years following WWII and not all the changes were productive to America. Too many innocent were questioned as being communist and many were even prosecuted. Each generation continues the family story.


    Leave a Comment

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *