The Girl From the Savoy

The Girl From the Savoy

Book - 2016
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Here, amid the cocktails and jazz, two women with very different pasts try to forget the devastation of the Great War and forge a new life in a city where those who dare to dream can have it all. When an unusual turn of events causes their lives to collide, they both must learn to let go of their pasts in order to hold on to what they most desire.
Publisher: New York : William Morrow & Co, [2016]
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780062403476
0062403478
Characteristics: 419 pages ; 21 cm
Call Number: GAYNOR, H

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ownedbydoxies
Apr 30, 2017

Way too much of a light romance for me, and ultimately I found it boring. Of course she's a 'Cinderella' - beautiful, lovely and poor. Of course he's a 'Prince' of a man - wealthy, talented and handsome. Yawn. Didn't finish it.

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LASbookluvr
Apr 11, 2017

I enjoyed this book and the time period, however, was not a fan of the ending. The author's other books "A Memory of Violets" and "The Girl Who Came Home" I preferred over this one.

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pattyloucor67
Sep 13, 2016

Perfect story for a BBC series! Just a really nice story of a working girl who aspires to greater things, a revered actress with a shattering secret, a shell shocked WW1 soldier, and a composer needing a muse. Very pleasant read!

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pp47
Sep 13, 2016

as all her book this wAs superb such a mixture of feelings to be found!! Best read year to date !

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