Free Read The Dressmaker's Secret - by Charlotte Betts, The Dressmaker's Secret, Charlotte Betts, The Dressmaker s Secret Italy Emilia Barton and her mother Sarah live a nomadic existence travelling from town to town as itinerant dressmakers to escape their past When they settle in the idyllic coastal town of Pesaro Emilia desperately hopes that this time they have found a permanent home But when Sarah is brutally attacked by an unknown assailant a deathbed confession turns EmilItal, Free Read The Dressmaker's Secret - by Charlotte Betts - The Dressmaker's Secret, The Dressmaker s Secret Italy Emilia Barton and her mother Sarah live a nomadic existence travelling from town to town as itinerant dressmakers to escape their past When they settle in the idyllic coastal town of Pesa

  • Title: The Dressmaker's Secret
  • Author: Charlotte Betts
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  • Page: 322
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The Dressmaker's Secret

The Dressmaker's Secret Free Read The Dressmaker's Secret - by Charlotte Betts - The Dressmaker's Secret, The Dressmaker s Secret Italy Emilia Barton and her mother Sarah live a nomadic existence travelling from town to town as itinerant dressmakers to escape their past When they settle in the idyllic coastal town of Pesa Free Read The Dressmaker's Secret - by Charlotte Betts - The Dressmaker's Secret, The Dressmaker s Secret Italy Emilia Barton and her mother Sarah live a nomadic existence travelling from town to town as itinerant dressmakers to escape their past When they settle in the idyllic coastal town of Pesa Free Read The Dressmaker's Secret - by Charlotte Betts

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  1. I love books that educate you certain eras in history and make you curious enough to research about the people I d never heard of Caroline of Brunswick before and love to hear about Royal relationships and how tricky some of them have been.Emelia has travelled widely with her mother picking up dressmaking jobs along the way Her mother has always fled in fear when she thought she saw her ex husband in certain areas and Emelia is tired of a nomadic life.When they settle in Pesaro , a lovely Itali [...]


  2. I received this book in exchange for an honest review from NetGalleyI was gripped within a couple of pages I liked the feel of the book and was instantly engaged and eager to find out the secrets After about 25% of the way in I did find the writing style felt a bit simple and the feelings of the heroine were, from my perspective, a bit unbelievable When Emilia s mother, Sarah, has been seriously injured, Emilia coaxes out of her the truth that has long evaded her Sarah admits that she stole Emil [...]


  3. This book provides insights into the life of Caroline of Brunswick, a rarely mentioned Queen of England.Well written and thought provoking, this fictional story of a dressmaker is intertwined with that of Princess Caroline Some of the twists are unexpected and this creates a pacy and absorbing read.I enjoyed this book and wiill look out for from this author.4.5


  4. This was a giveaway from Good Reads and I really liked Ignore the three stars as I rarely give mire than ban three fir anything Thee and a half would be accurate.


  5. Set in Pesaro, Italy and London, this story mixes fact with fiction, in the shape of Princess Caroline of Brunswick, prior to her marriage to English King George 1stand Emilia a dressmaker, who was trying to settle down with her mother after a life of moving from town to town looking for work.After a brutal attack Emilia runs away and eventually finds employment with the Princess.Caroline sends Emilia on a secret assignment to London and whilst there she uncovers some troubling news about who sh [...]


  6. Emilia and her mother Sarah are nomadic travellers making a living with their dressmaking skills but when Sarah is brutally attacked she tells Emilia a secret that could change her life forever Getting a job as dressmaker to Caroline of Brunswick Emilia embarks on a new life but when she is sent to London will she discover her true heritage A very enjoyable book, I especially liked the history aspect of it as Caroline of Brunswick is someone that I previously knew little about, This is the first [...]


  7. DNF at 40% I don t care for a perfect heroine who looks like a Boticelli angel and gets everything without trying The way Caroline of Brunswick is represented is also almost farcical.Thank you to NetGalley for a free copy in exchange for an honest review.


  8. This is a good light read, set in Europe in the mid 19th century While the story line was a bit predictable, I found the inclusion of the unfortunate Princess Catherine an interesting addition to the story Beach reading.



  9. Easy read, maybe a little predictable but still enjoyed it Well written and kept me engaged Thank you netgalley for an arc in exchange of an honest review.


  10. The reader is introduced to Emilia and her mother Sarah in 1819 on their journey to Pesaro, Italy They are nomads, not staying too long in once place, not getting comfortable or complacent, keeping a low profile making ends meet by being dressmakers They never say goodbye and they never keep friends Emilia has had enough Now a young woman, she is unconvinced of the need to stay on the run from her violent father after 16 years of undisturbed freedom And so our story begins with a familiar mother [...]