The Girl with the Red Ribbon

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    The Girl with the Red Ribbon PDF ✓ with the scheming woman who makes it clear she doesn t see Rowan as part of her new family, she finds herself facing a desolate future at the local asylum Yet Rowan refuses to give up hope With her mother s cherished red ribbon tied around her wrist, she draws on the strength of her spirit to plot a daring escape to a nearby town It is here that Rowan finds work as an apprentice to a bonnet and dressmaker, discovering a natural talent for colour and detail that brings success beyond her wildest dreams But the greatest reward of all is the blossoming of a romanceBut Rowan s past still casts a shadow over her happiness Torn between her new life and the family she longs for, will she ever find a place to call home The AuthorAs an image consultant, Linda has always had an avid interest in people Linda s writing has been published in a number of magazines and annuals Moving to the spectacular Devon coast and learning about its local history inspired her novels set in the area."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 444
  • The Girl with the Red Ribbon
  • Linda Finlay
  • English
  • 05 November 2019
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About the Author: Linda Finlay

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10 thoughts on “The Girl with the Red Ribbon

  1. Tracey says:

    A wonderful, light fairy tale type story Not what I would call gritty or real but the author has a great imagination, a perfect book to escape into.

  2. mois reads says:

    RowanWhat a fabulous read by Linda the story of Rowan and Jack and Sab really lovely story i will be looking forof Linda s books must give it 5STARS.

  3. Jane Long says:

    A nice little heartfelt story Easy to read Made you want to continue reading to see what happened next You either loved the characters or hated them.

  4. janet jones says:

    super reading lovely book i recomend it very good read

  5. mckailer says:

    Truly loved this book This story really got me hooked, let me start of by saying that i wasn t expecting much from this book, but i was pleasantly surprised I loved the character development and how the plot was developed throughout the book I love fact that the ribbon was a spiritual magic tie to her mother it made this book just that much better to me.

  6. Georgina says:

    Me and my mum have been hitting the charity shops recently, and this is exactly my mum s sort of book, so I ve read a lot of them recently stories about young girls who go through some tragic experiences but come through stronger than before I don t hate those kind of books, but I generally don t have high expectations for them relatively enjoyable, quite predictable, but an easy read for when you want something that isn t that taxing However, I was really pleasantly surprised with this on Me and my mum have been hitting the charity shops recently, and this is exactly my mum s sort of book, so I ve read a lot of them recently stories about young girls who go through some tragic experiences but come through stronger than before I don t hate those kind of books, but I generally don t have high expectations for them relatively enjoyable, quite predictable, but an easy read for when you want something that isn t that taxing However, I was really pleasantly surprised with this one I m not going to include any major spoilers as I think that will detract from people s enjoyment of the book, but I will say that the elements of magical realism dotted throughout this book, while unexpected, were a really lovely touch I saw another review that described it as similar in tone to a fairy tale, and in that I would definitely agree there are spells, romance, family drama, all things you see in a fairy tale, but woven up into a story that is still appealing for adults While it was written from the perspective from a young girl, I was pleasantly surprised to see that the tone wasn t at all juvenile, and neither was the plot My only criticism was that there were some points that I didn t feel were fully explained e.g the behaviour of Louisa at times seemed inconsistent with how her character had been initially portrayed , but that is really a minor criticism, as it is no way detracts from your enjoyment of the book Overall, I was really happy to have picked this one up, and I will definitely be readingof Finlay s work in future

  7. Urtė Leškutė says:

    I bought that book because I wanted to practice my English and to read not only reviews in English but books Every time I read in my native language, so I thought that it would be the challenge for me But it wasn t This book could be evendifficult to read for my English level of understanding About the story At first I didn t like too much because it resembles Cinderella which for me it s quite boring when I m all grown up but later the story getsinteresting I can say that I I bought that book because I wanted to practice my English and to read not only reviews in English but books Every time I read in my native language, so I thought that it would be the challenge for me But it wasn t This book could be evendifficult to read for my English level of understanding About the story At first I didn t like too much because it resembles Cinderella which for me it s quite boring when I m all grown up but later the story getsinteresting I can say that I really like this book and the mood author was creating It was cozy reading for evening, morning and little breaks at daytime

  8. Pauline says:

    This story had lots of interesting characters the wicked stepmother, the besotted husband to name a few I enjoyed the story but was frustrated that Rowen never spoke to her father about her stepmother.

  9. Mary Doherty says:

    Enjoyed this book,very well written

  10. Rachel says:

    Lovely story and one I didn t want to end.