Better Days will Come

Better Days will Come When Bonnie runs away from home she leaves her mother Grace and sister Rita heartbroken Each of their lives are in turmoil but their love for each other will see them through the most troubled of time

  • Title: Better Days will Come
  • Author: Pam Weaver
  • ISBN: 9780007453283
  • Page: 366
  • Format: ebook
  • When Bonnie runs away from home she leaves her mother Grace and sister Rita heartbroken Each of their lives are in turmoil but their love for each other will see them through the most troubled of times.Worthing, 1947Widowed Grace Roberts comes home from her factory job one day to find that her eldest daughter Bonnie has run away to London Utterly distraught she has no chWhen Bonnie runs away from home she leaves her mother Grace and sister Rita heartbroken Each of their lives are in turmoil but their love for each other will see them through the most troubled of times.Worthing, 1947Widowed Grace Roberts comes home from her factory job one day to find that her eldest daughter Bonnie has run away to London Utterly distraught she has no choice but to carry on with her life, struggling to make ends meet for her and youngest daughter Rita Her boss, Norris Finley is a powerful and calculating man He promises to assist Grace, but his help will come at a hefty price Pregnant Bonnie arrives in London eager to be reunited with George so they can begin their new life together But while she waits anxiously on the platform at Victoria station, he never turns up Unable to return home as she can t bear the thought of bringing shame to her family, she is left to fend for herself and her unborn baby.Disturbed by the apparent relationship between her mother and Norris, Rita flees home and meets Emilio who she marries Yet Emilio is guarding a deep secret and when Rita uncovers the truth, she is left heartbroken.Caught in the very worst of times and separated from one another, can the strong bond of family love eventually bring Grace, Bonnie and Rita back together again

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    1. Drama and turmoil for a mother and her two daughters:From the start of this novel, it is clear that the close relationship Grace believed she had with her daughters has fractured, and the cracks continue to spread as more wrongs are carried out and the three characters drift further apart. The desperation to see the “silver lining” drives Grace and Bonnie to new lows, whilst her youngest daughter, Rita, appears very innocent in the ways of life.The villain of this novel, Norris Finley, cause [...]

    2. Grace Roberts is a widow, trying to do her best to provide for her two daughters, Bonnie and Rita. It is 1947, the war is over but times are still hard and for Grace they are about to get even more difficult. Bonnie, Grace’s eldest daughter is about to run away to London.Bonnie thinks that she is about to start a new life, with the love of her life George. But George fails to turn up at the platform, on Victoria station, where the couple had arranged to meet. Bonnie feels that she can not retu [...]

    3. Post war family drama centering on widow Grace Rogers and her teenage daughters Bonnie and Rita - the start of the story featuring Bonnie eloping with a young man who does not turn up as promised is hardly original, however the reason he didn't, turns out to be a twist later on in the story. There was also a twist which I didn't see coming either, and I was pleased to see that all ended satisfactorily, when right up to the final chapter, it didn't look like it would turn out that way.

    4. Loved "Better Days Will Come"Slow starter, but after a few chapters, I couldn't put it down. I remember the years during the setting of this book. No one knows how judgemental people were during this time. Bonnie felt she couldn't go home, too much shame for her family, her and the child. People have a hard time relating to this mindset today. The story is full of surprises and extremely well written. I will check out Pam Weaver's other books.

    5. While I enjoyed the plot and characters of this book, the storytelling was quick in some places and seemed to drag in others. I think I would have rated the book higher had it flowed a little better. It's a nice read with a happy ending!

    6. Lovely book. Really rooted for the main characters. The end felt a bit rushed, but otherwise a nice book. It reads well.

    7. OkThis book was ok but for some reason it didn't hold my attention very well. I would not read it again.

    8. I really enjoyed this book and found myself immersed in the story and caring for the characters.

    9. This was a lovely book, much of it sad but there is always hope. It is easy to get involved in the story and not want to put the book down until you've finished!

    10. Good storyGood story,good characters and a nice flow to the storyline. This is the second bok I have read by this author and recommend h e r.

    11. Another time, another situation and the hardships of post war Britain. Well worth a read, not going to say more as it is all there by others. Loved the book.

    12. Good read, great characters. Nice story about post WWii cultures. Shows how much society has changed in accepting babies born to single people and homosexuality

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