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by Elizabeth Cadell

ePub Past Tense of Love download
Author:
Elizabeth Cadell
ISBN13:
978-0727401496
ISBN:
0727401491
Language:
Publisher:
TBS The Book Service Ltd; New edition edition (October 1976)
Category:
Subcategory:
Contemporary
ePub file:
1588 kb
Fb2 file:
1932 kb
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
229

Past Tense of Love Hardcover – Import, October, 1976. An Elizabeth Cadell is always an enjoyable read. This book has an intriguing cast of characters - a trio of eccentric old aunts, an absent minded professor, and an elusive mother. The humor is subtle but is clearly depicted.

Past Tense of Love Hardcover – Import, October, 1976. by. Elizabeth Cadell (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. were placid, understanding, without curiosity or malice, totally unconcerned with world trends. Personally I find that refreshing in today's oft frenetic world.

In The Past Tense of Love (1970), a young woman is reunited with her long lost mother in France.

1903-11-10)10 November 1903. In The Past Tense of Love (1970), a young woman is reunited with her long lost mother in France. Marcia M. Baker in The Cincinnati Enquirer, wrote that The Past Tense of Love was "Good for reading while under a hairdryer, or on the beach, or in a hammock. Cadell's twenty-fifth novel, The Friendly Air

Start by marking The Past Tense of Love as Want to Read . I don't like romance novels, but I like Elizabeth Cadell's book. I've been trying to figure out why, and the only answer I can come up with, is that her heroines are so self-possessed.

Start by marking The Past Tense of Love as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. They are self-assured young women, despite whatever handicaps life has dealth them (usually a lack of money)who can hold their own in their society (usually London in the 70s, with excursions into France, Portugal or some other more exotic locale). They have nothing to do with the self-doubt that Bridget Jones and I don't like romance novels, but I like Elizabeth Cadell's book.

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by. Cadell, Elizabeth. Kerry and Pierre are immersed in a sparkling, tender love story with a suprising twist.

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The Past Tense of Love. The Friendly Air. Home for the Wedding. She married a young Scotsman and became Elizabeth Cadell, remaining in India until the illness and death of her much-loved husband found her in England, with a son and a daughter to bring up, at the beginning of World War 2. At the end of the war she published her first book, a light-hearted depiction of the family life she loved. Humour and optimism conquered sorrow and widowhood, and the many books she wrote won her a wide public, besides ena. bling her to educate her children (her son joined the British Navy and became an Admiral), and allowing her to travel, which she loved.

Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. The Past will Come Again.

Elizabeth Violet Cadell, aka Harriet Ainsworth, was born in 1903 in Calcutta, India. During the Great War she studied music in London, but refused a musical career and returned to India where she married and had two children. After she was widowed ten years later, she returned to England. Elizabeth wrote her first book 'My Dear Aunt Flora' during the Second World War in 1946, thereafter producing another 51 light-hearted, humourous and romantic books which won her a faithful readership in England and America

  • An Elizabeth Cadell is always an enjoyable read. This book has an intriguing cast of characters - a trio of eccentric old aunts, an absent minded professor, and an elusive mother. The humor is subtle but is clearly depicted. I loved the description of the main character's family: "Tbe Mostyns... were placid, understanding, without curiosity or malice, totally unconcerned with world trends."
    Personally I find that refreshing in today's oft frenetic world.
    Overall, a good romantic read with a touch of mystery, that I can highly recommend.

  • This is one by favorite books by Elizabeth Cadell. I don't remember when I first read it but have been re-reading at least once a year since the... I am really have that her heirs have decided to republish all her books.

  • I have always loved this story. There are surprises and a quirky, unexpected romance (which I always love!). When I read a Cadell I always feel like I've met and made friends with the most interesting people. I would like to meet the Mostyn's, maybe sit down for a chat. The other thing I love about a Cadell novel is how I feel like I've been in the setting, that I visited France or a small village in England. Magic!

  • I 1st read this book a long time ago.... And re-reading it was enjoyable. In a way it was like meeting old friends. Its slight sarcastic overtones, comic humor and interesting characters masks for a fun read.. Enjoy it...

  • if u want to laugh & feel good, read EC books. this one is so funny & just a delightful story. Kerry & Pierre belong together and their conversations are a treat to read. another great book.

  • Although it has dated social views, this novel still offer some interesting reading. I am always amazed at the incredible variety of the author's plots.

  • I can't give it a better rating because I did not finish it!

  • This book was a bit different than the others I have read by this author. I agree with the other reviewer; the romance was a bit different. I would have liked to have read more interaction between the mother and daughter. I did skim towards the end of the book as I lost interest. Which is unusual for me as most of the others I have read evey word.