Brilliant read. Immediately into the story. Would certainly recommend.
by Jenny Fuller
Another corker by Ann Victoria Roberts
And another late night of just reading to the end of the chapter....and the next....and the next!
I love how Ann manages to bring characters to life, weaving them into the story...and the story into them.
Such a fabulous writer
by Sally Schofield
Wow! “One Night, Two Lives” is a great read – I couldn’t put it down and felt sad when I got to the end, wishing I could pick up a sequel straight away. Harrowing and so poignant at times, there are also chinks of humour and glorious descriptions of teenage life in the 60’s which made me feel quite nostalgic! This book really brings home the awful trauma of a young woman having a to give up a baby for adoption, and how it stays with her for the rest of her life. Unusually, we also hear how difficult it has been for the father to come to terms with, and the fact that he became an Anglican priest brings a particularly thought provoking twist to the story.
by Annette de Bary
York-born Ann Victoria Roberts now lives in Southampton with her Master Mariner husband. Trained as an artist, she began writing while he was at sea, and her first novel, Louisa Elliott, set in 1890s York, was an international bestseller. One Night, Two Lives is her sixth novel.