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Stealing the Show e-book

Author:

Christina Jones

Language:

English

Category:

Fiction

Subcategory:

Contemporary

ePub size:

1331 kb

Other formats:

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Rating:

4.8

Publisher:

Orion (July 20, 1998)

Pages:

320

ISBN:

0752813080

Stealing the Show e-book

by Christina Jones


Stealing the Show - Christina Jones. Just a few of the larger show-offs and of course the ladies. All fairs attracted groupies. Pretty girls with tight jeans and corkscrew curls and Julia Roberts lips.

Stealing the Show - Christina Jones. Chapter One. She was never going to cook bacon and eggs for seven starving men in the early hours of the morning ever again.

Stealing The Show book. Christina Jones' books are spellbinding to me and I adore each and every one, but this one holds a very special place in my heart.

With the completion of Stealing the Show, I've now read all of Christina Jones' published works (including the . I highly recommend this - and any other Christina Jones - book.

With the completion of Stealing the Show, I've now read all of Christina Jones' published works (including the 2001 Nothing to Lose). So now what do I do? I can't bear to wait until 2002 for another.

Christina Jones is definately a worthwhile find

Christina Jones is definately a worthwhile find. Her books, although they can be read independently, also have several interconnected characters. If given the option, read Going the Distance, Running the Risk, and then Jumping to Conclusions.

Fun, charming and romantic, this feel-good read is a real treat' Closer – praise for Christina Jones. Nell Bradley’s family all work flat-out to keep Bradleys’ Mammoth Fun Fair in business. They’re expecting her to take the traditional showman’s route and make a suitable match with Ross Percival, who, with his state-of-the-art hydraulic touring rides, will bring traditional Bradleys into the twenty-first century.

By (author) Christine Jones, Read by Marie McCarthy.

Nell Bradley’s family all work flat-out to keep Bradleys’ Mammoth Fun Fair in business. The story contained within this book is a work of fiction. Names and characters are the product of the author’s imagination and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

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They're expecting her to take the traditional showman's route and make a suitable match with Ross Percival, who, with his state-of-the-art hydraulic touring rides, will bring traditional Bradleys into the twenty-first century.


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One of the advantages of flying internationally is the ability to pick up books and authors one does not normally see in the States. Christina Jones is definately a worthwhile find. Her books, although they can be read independently, also have several interconnected characters. If given the option, read Going the Distance, Running the Risk, and then Jumping to Conclusions. Walking on Air and Stealing the Show are pretty-much stand-alone. In all, Christina Jones gives you likeable, real (but not silly) characters who are truly trying to make something of their lives. In addition, you get some British flavor (yes, some things are different than in the good ol' USA). Stealing the Show is the story of a family run travelling circus trying to make it in modern day UK. One is fascinated by both the lifestyle while Christina gives you a plot which discusses the challenges of a small family run business with family members who do not all hold the same dream (don't worry, this is not a depressing book). This is definatly a worth-while and enjoyable read.
Doomwarden
Great plot, terrific characters. Can't wait to hear more about them. I've loved Going The Distanec, Running The Risk and Jumping To Conclusions - Stealing the Show was unputdownable!
Walking On Air (the next christina jones book) published 2nd May is also fantastic, with another great cast of characters who make you alternately laugh and cry. I had to sit up all night to read this one, too, and she just cannot write them fast enough for me! Read it - and make some new friends.

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