More than Riches

More than Riches When Rosie s parents were involved in a train accident her mother was killed and her father left crippled unable to earn a living and relying on Rosie to keep the wolf from the door With her mother

  • Title: More than Riches
  • Author: Josephine Cox
  • ISBN: 9780747246572
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Rosie s parents were involved in a train accident, her mother was killed and her father left crippled, unable to earn a living and relying on Rosie to keep the wolf from the door.With her mother gone and her sweetheart Adam away in the army, Rosie is lonely She eagerly awaits the letters from him, but they never come As she grows disillusioned, Adam s best frieWhen Rosie s parents were involved in a train accident, her mother was killed and her father left crippled, unable to earn a living and relying on Rosie to keep the wolf from the door.With her mother gone and her sweetheart Adam away in the army, Rosie is lonely She eagerly awaits the letters from him, but they never come As she grows disillusioned, Adam s best friend Doug goes out of his way to be charming and attentive Alone and confused, Rosie blossoms under his evil influence Soon she is carrying Doug s baby and her father has thrown her out of the house Realising she has no choice, she agrees to marry Doug.As if she isn t in enough trouble, Rosie s whole world falls apart when a warm and wonderful letter arrives from Adam telling her he s on his way home.

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    About “Josephine Cox”

    1. Josephine Cox

      Josephine Cox was born in Blackburn, one of ten children At the age of sixteen, Josephine met and married her husband Ken, and had two sons When the boys started school, she decided to go to college and eventually gained a place at university but was unable to take this up as it would have meant living away from home Instead, she went into teaching and started to write her first full length novel She won the Superwoman of Great Britain Award, for which her family had secretly entered her, at the same time as her novel was accepted for publication She is now a No.1 bestselling author with over 40 books to her name.

    969 thoughts on “More than Riches”

    1. Very good read true Josephine Cox good to read about her home town of Blackburn brought back memories about my old town excellent writer.Very good read. It is good to read about Blackburn her own town it brought back memories of living in Blackburn myself excellent.


    2. As expected A enjoyable read even if the end was expected from the very start , some unexpected developments in the story easy to pick up and hard to put down.


    3. This is a well written, fast moving, enjoyable novel. I think I have read too many stories of drunken lout, wife beating husbands to last me a long time. Rosie wants to marry the love of her life Adam but he goes off to join the forces and she doesn't hear from him again. Enter Doug, Adams best friend who goes for her and ends up getting her pregnant. They end of marrying and she soon finds he is not the man she thought he was. Adam returns hoping to sweep Rosie off her feet only to find her exp [...]


    4. First book I have ever read from Josephine Cox. Quite enjoyed it. Would read her books again. It's romantic, but frustrating that Rosie and Adam are kept apart until the end. However, both their lives are quite interesting and there are some exciting situations within the book.


    5. First book I have read of Josephine Cox it was lovely. the second half was far more interesting than the first one as such the first half was a forced boredom but finally a good story line happy ending


    6. A Good ReadAfter a bit of a slow start, I couldn't put the book down. I loved it. I'm sure other readers will too.


    7. I have read many books by Josephine Cox and have always enjoyed. Some of the books can be quite long, but it's surprising how quickly one gets through a book when a story grips you.


    8. Very specialAs normal Josephine Cox has written this story with feelings she must be a special lady, please keep writing. thanks.


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