Facing the Music

Facing the Music Mary Sheepshanks returns her readers to provincial England this time to a boarding school where Flavia Cameron a brilliant young musician has retreated after a disastrous affair still reeling from

  • Title: Facing the Music
  • Author: Mary Sheepshanks
  • ISBN: 9780712675109
  • Page: 335
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Mary Sheepshanks returns her readers to provincial England, this time to a boarding school where Flavia Cameron, a brilliant young musician, has retreated after a disastrous affair still reeling from rejection, she hastily agrees to marry a man she admires but does not love Gervaise, the mild mannered school headmaster Beautiful and talented, Flavia could have stood herMary Sheepshanks returns her readers to provincial England, this time to a boarding school where Flavia Cameron, a brilliant young musician, has retreated after a disastrous affair still reeling from rejection, she hastily agrees to marry a man she admires but does not love Gervaise, the mild mannered school headmaster Beautiful and talented, Flavia could have stood her ground in the best concert halls in the world now, in her new role as the headmaster s bride, she swiftly sweeps the entire school off its feet But when a dashing widower enrolls his only son in the school, Flavia encounters a man who for the first time in her life sees her not as a showpiece or a prodigy, but as herself It is a discovery that will throw her life, and all of those around her, into turmoil.

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      Published :2018-05-04T18:32:22+00:00

    1 thought on “Facing the Music”

    1. A brilliant flute player becomes ill, and goes to work in a boys' school. Fast-moving and enjoyable although I thought one of the characters got rather a raw deal.

    2. A talented musician marries the wrong man on the rebound, and tries to make a life for herself as his dutiful wife at the boarding school where he works.

    3. Plot and character development are romance novel~quality. Writing is full of "her eyes blazed" and "she knew that he felt." A mediocre novel.

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