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Camellia

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Camellia by Lesley Pearse
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As always, you can't doubt Lesley Pearse's talents as an author. Once again, an amazing book that is not only very saucy, but takes you deep into the underworld for an experience that will leave you breathless. Camellia grows from an overweight, self conscience girl to a beautiful, confident woman. Lesley Pearse takes you through the life of a girl who has been through it all… And of course the love story aspect which leaves you dreaming of all the fantastic things love can bring.

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Camellia Norton is orphaned at fifteen when her mother's body is fished from a river in rural Sussex. And when she discovers a cache of letters amongst her mother's effects she realises that the past she has always been so sure of has been built on a tissue of lies. Devastated, she runs away to London, and loses herself in a metropolis that offers opportunity, temptation and danger, especially to a young girl hungry for love and acceptance. But her past won't stay buried forever, and eventually Camellia begins the long journey towards uncovering the truth about her background, and also, ultimately, about herself.

Author Biography

Lesley Pearse was born in Rochester, Kent, but has lived in the West Country for the last thirty-two years. She has three daughters and a grandson. She is the author of fifteen novels and now writes full-time.
Release date NZ
February 1st, 2002
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Edition
New edition
Imprint
Arrow Books Ltd
Pages
768
Dimensions
110x178x38
ISBN-13
9780099428053
Product ID
1659529

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