Bridie's choice / Karly Lane.

Nā: Lane, Karly [author.].
Kaiwhakaputa: Crows Nest, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin, 2012Whakaahuatanga: 314 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781743311608 (pbk.); 1743311605 (pbk.).Ngā marau: Country life -- Australia -- Fiction | Fathers and sons -- Fiction | Young women -- Conduct of life -- Fiction | English -- Australia -- FictionGenre/Form: Australian stories -- GenreDDC classification: A823.4 Summary: Bridie Farrell and Shaun Broderick come from opposite sides of the tracks. But unlike Bridie's family, who are perennial strugglers, the Brodericks are the wealthy owners of one of the most prestigious properties in the district. Still, all is not well in either family. Bridie's father is doing time in prison and her younger brother has fallen in with the wrong crowd. Meanwhile, Shaun's dictatorial father rules the family with an iron rod and never lets Shaun make his own decisions. The Brodericks are dismayed when Shaun falls in love with 'that Farrell girl' and breaks up with 'a very suitable young woman'. And they don't just make their feelings clear to Shaun but to Bridie as well. This is just one of many troubles Bridie faces, and eventually she has to make a choice about what's important in life.
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Bridie Farrell and Shaun Broderick come from opposite sides of the tracks. Unlike Bridie's family, who are perennial strugglers, the Brodericks are the wealthy owners of one of the most prestigious properties in the district. Still, all is not well in either family. Bridie's father is doing time in prison and her younger brother has fallen in with the wrong crowd. Shaun has problems of a different kind, with his dictatorial father not allowing him to take his own direction in life. Shaun's parents are dismayed when he eschews the charms of the district's most eligible young women and falls in love with Bridie instead, and they make their feelings clear not just to their son but to Bridie as well. However, parental opposition is just the first of many troubles that Bridie will face.

Bridie Farrell and Shaun Broderick come from opposite sides of the tracks. But unlike Bridie's family, who are perennial strugglers, the Brodericks are the wealthy owners of one of the most prestigious properties in the district. Still, all is not well in either family. Bridie's father is doing time in prison and her younger brother has fallen in with the wrong crowd. Meanwhile, Shaun's dictatorial father rules the family with an iron rod and never lets Shaun make his own decisions. The Brodericks are dismayed when Shaun falls in love with 'that Farrell girl' and breaks up with 'a very suitable young woman'. And they don't just make their feelings clear to Shaun but to Bridie as well. This is just one of many troubles Bridie faces, and eventually she has to make a choice about what's important in life.

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12/10/2015

Australian romance that is a easy read. Good book.

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