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Melissa

by Sara Hylton

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Melissa captured me from the first chapter and since first reading it I have devoured it time after time. The character of Melissa, while not the main character, remains intriguing in her progression from beginning to end. Ginny (Virginia) is also an interesting character who we see grow from a young, sheltered girl into a strong, self-aware woman. The novel has an element of thrill to it as well which makes some of the final pages fly by. ( )
  rainbowdarling | Dec 14, 2007 |
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Two English girls brought together by World War II meet again in Italy as adults. Ginny is married to a psychiatrist, Melissa is an opera singer. Melissa steals Ginny's husband, then dumps him and offers to be friends. Ginny accepts, only to be hurt again.… (more)

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