Leaving Everything Most Loved by Jacqueline Winspear
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Another very intriguing episode with Maisie Dobbs.
In this installment Maisie has decided to do some travelling and luckily,
Billie has landed a good job and Sondra is working for the writer. Maisie closes up the business, for now.
Her father has recently married Maisie's housekeeper so the thought of Frankie being alone will not be a worry and Maisie is free to go where she wishes. She now is a woman of means and can afford to see the world.
Meanwhile, James has given Maisie an ultimatum with a deadline of six months, March 31st, to give her answer. Will she marry him or not. Maisie seems reluctant to marry as a married lady "lunches" and Maisie is much too ambitious for that. We will have to wait and see how the next six months go in that regard.
Maisie has boarded a ship travelling to India but won't arrive for many weeks. Can't wait to hear about her next adventure.
Wednesday, May 27, 2020
Review: Leaving Everything Most Loved
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