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This sexy blockbuster has the lot, money, glamour, blackmail, murder, dysfunctional families and even Eastern European mobsters – it’s a perfect Summer Read. Twin sisters are separated at birth, one is sold to a wealthy American couple, desperate for the child, the other languishes in the Bolkav State Orphanage. Can the fate that tore them apart work to bring them back together? This is Joanna Rees’ third book writing under her married name. As Josie Lloyd she and her now husband penned seven romantic comedies.
Romy and Thea, two beautiful baby girls, their future's sealed with the flip of a coin. One will enter a life of privilege, surrounded by only the best money can buy. The other will fight for survival in an orphanage, against an evil regime who seek only to exploit her. Throughout the years their paths will cross, neither knowing who the other one is, their lives overflowing with secrets, blackmail and murder. From the snow covered forests of Eastern Europe to the glistening white beaches of the Caribbean. From the gutters of London's Soho to the towering skyscrapers of New York, A twist of fate tore them apart, only their strength and determination can reunite them...
'A Twist of Fate is an epic page-turner. It takes you to the height of opulence and the depths of despair, and shows that growing into a life of privilege doesn't by any means guarantee happiness. Joanna Rees combines some very hard subject matters with wonderful love stories, spectacular locations and an incredible cast of characters'
Publication date: 02/08/2012
Publisher: Pan Books an imprint of Pan Macmillan
|Publication date:||2nd August 2012|
|Publisher:||Pan Books an imprint of Pan Macmillan|
|Genres:||eBook Favourites, Historical Fiction, Relationship Stories, Sagas and Romance,|
Jo Rees grew up in Chelmsford before getting an English and Drama degree at Goldsmiths' College. After several bizarre jobs, including running her own sandwich delivery business and writing promotions for the back of Sugar Puffs boxes, It Could Be You, was published in 1997 under her maiden name, Josie Lloyd, and enabled her to meet fellow novelist, Emlyn Rees. Together they wrote Come Together, a twenty-something rom-com, which became a number one Sunday Times bestseller and was translated into 26 languages. They went on to co-write six more successful novels, and along the way got married and had three kids. In 2007 ...More About Joanna Rees