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eBook The Other Woman (Drovers) ePub

by Iris Gower

  • ISBN: 0552150363
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Iris Gower
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Corgi (August 1, 2006)
  • ePub book: 1486 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1612 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
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The Other Woman book. This is part of her "Drover Series", but it's quite possible to read as a stand alone book. Iris Gower (b. 1935) was a Swansea-based novelist

The Other Woman book. My only criticism was that there was a little too long spent over the "love him him/her. but I also love the other" throughout the book, and therefore that cut down the story content slightly. 1935) was a Swansea-based novelist. Her historical romances are all set within Swansea and Gower in South Wales. Iris (real name Iris Davies) was born in Mumbles and lived in Derwen Fawr, a part of Sketty, Swansea.

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Iris Davies (1935 – 20 July 2010), pen name Iris Gower, was a Welsh novelist, noted for her many historical romances, most of which are set in the seaport of Swansea and the adjacent Gower Peninsula.

Iris Davies (1935 – 20 July 2010), pen name Iris Gower, was a Welsh novelist, noted for her many historical romances, most of which are set in the seaport of Swansea and the adjacent Gower Peninsula, from which she took her pseudonym. Iris Richardson was born in 1935 in Swansea, the sister of Billy, Jean, John and Christine. Her family lived in Swansea city centre, but afterwards moved to Mayhill, where Iris met pattern-maker, William Tudor Davies.

The wonderful next instalment in the Drovers series.

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The Other Woman (Drovers) by Iris. Are you sure you want to remove The Other Woman (Drovers) from your list? The Other Woman (Drovers). Published August 1, 2006 by Corgi.

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Bridie Marchant had been brought up with every advantage, a wealthy background, a convent education, and a father who eventually willed her a fleet of merchant sailing ships. Emmeline Powell had been born a country girl, in a small, whitewashed cottage on Honey's Farm. When her father died, Emmeline, bereft and lonely, married Joe Harries, a man much older than herself and one of the fishermen of Oystermouth. The wives of the oyster catchers were sturdy, stoic women, used to helping their men with the catch, and they didn't like the frail outsider who had married into their community.

Iris Gower - the complete book list. On the other are the Murphy brothers, miners and rabble-rousers, the Llewellyns and Jim O'Connor, the charismatic. Jessie Price was young and beautiful, and happy to be travelling the drovers' roads on the way to London's Smithfield Market. Her ambition was to raise herself up from her lowly position as a milkmaid and to run her own dairy  .

August 2013 : UK Paperback.

The wonderful next instalment in the Drovers series.Gwenllyn Lyons, young and spirited, has married a cattle drover, but only to give her unborn child a name. The true love of her life, Caradoc Jones, has gone back to his faithful wife, Non, although he cannot stop thinking about the beautiful young woman he has left behind. Non, meanwhile, is trying very, hard not to dwell on the months that she and Caradoc were parted, and she has plenty of business in London to keep her occupied.When Caradoc finds out that Gwenllyn has borne his son, while he and Non remain childless, he is filled with guilt, and a fierce desire to see his child. It will be a huge struggle for Caradoc to stop thinking about ‘the other woman’…