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  1. says:

    How to write a Catherine Cookson historical romance novel The authoress is dead This is knowledge gleaned from a few read in middle school and from my ouija board I didn't take a course that I got from a mail order invite inside a dodgy magazine that I never subscribed to yeah rightMake your heroine as simpering and useless as you possibly can If she is good at anything it has to be cleaning or some kind of housework Not in the happy way of

  2. says:

    Cathrine Cookson really did her homework on glass and the process in which it was produced back when it was an uncommon household rarety I learnt so much about how glass is made and the different types and how hard it was to make back then The story follows Annabella Lagrange as the only child of a wealthy family of prosperous glass manufactorers Annabellas privalidged world and innocent outlook on life is uickly put to the test

  3. says:

    Whenever I had a Catherine Cookson book in my hand I knew an amazing story was waiting for meI often re read the books that she wrote and I always get as much pleasure as when I first read her stories Storytelling at it's best Recommended

  4. says:

    First let me say how I love the old Bantam cover art It's so blue moody It looks like you're seeing everything through a bottle which is particularly appropriate to the title it shows an actual scene from the book Nice Second let me say how I love the title It's a three way pun Annabella's heritage ie the glassworks Annabella's virginal status which remains intact until the last couple pages Annabella's initial role in

  5. says:

    Loved it just like I loved the movie

  6. says:

    Severely disappointing after how much I enjoyed The Black Velvet Gown but not really completely awful on its own I found it rather dull most of the time and I really just didn't like Annabella the main character I suppose it's supposed to be about her character development but that didn't come through very strongly partl

  7. says:

    A TV series The Glass Virgin 1995 was made based on this book and it is available at YouTube From IMDbSet in 1870s Englan

  8. says:

    As the book started I could not imagine what was in store for me Its amazing how Cookson builds Annabella from the young lady she is taught to live like into the young woman who can hustle in life even with the help of a young courageous groom I really admire the strength Cookson gives this characer and how she successfully keeps the reader on edge in a bid to know what happens next I totally love the ending

  9. says:

    I'm giving it five stars because I found it very satisfying Took it with me on my trip to Mesa Verde and it was the perfect

  10. says:

    I wish i could give it hundred stars😌 One of the most beautiful books that i have ever read❤️

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The Glass Virgin

Annabella Lagrange was the only child of a wealthy family owners of a glass works in the North East of England When Annabella was seven she thought the world a delightful place to live in and o. Cathrine Cookson really did her homework on glass and the process in which it was produced back when it was an uncommon household rarety I learnt so much about how glass is made and the different types and how hard it was to make back then The story follows Annabella Lagrange as the only child of a wealthy family of prosperous glass manufactorers Annabellas privalidged world and innocent outlook on life is uickly put to the test when she first witnesses her father not being as kind and good natured as she originally believed From that point on Annabella is pulled one way and then the other by her parents being manipulated to marry for love or for money until one day her life is saved by a handsome Spaniard Manuel Mendoza who unknown to Annabella would change her life forever THIS IS NOT YOUR SOPPY TYPICAL ROMANCEThe story is fast paced and there is a massive amount of moving around from location to location so you have to be on your toes and not be complacent with where you think the story is leading you I was at points utterly heartbroken and tearful as you desperately want things to work out and feel content on the charectos behalf Simply put The Glass Virgin is a story about how life can will and does kick you up the arse most of the time but if you grow and addapt you only become stronger and able to roll with the punches and occationally hit da FK back

Summary The Glass Virgin

He grew up she would marry her handsome cousin Stephen and never be lonely againBut when she was eighteen Annabella learned the circumstances of her birth and her entire world crashed around he. I m giving it five stars because I found it very satisfying Took it with me on my trip to Mesa Verde and it was the perfect book to read while I waited to fall asleep in a tent on a mediocre air mattressI think a great title for this book might be What happens when you don t marry a gentleman Or The truth behind Pride and Prejudice This book was raw gritty and real and sometimes you just appreciate a little bit of absolute truth I felt like this book showed what it was like when you thought you were marrying Mr Right and he turns out to be after your money and turns into Mr Wrong I thought Manuel was a gentleman in so many ways most of all his patience and understanding heart I enjoyed getting behind the scenes to what marriage was like for those who were duped and conned and you know that happened a lot than what we see in the regular literature

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Nly occasionally wondered why her parents never took her beyond the gates of their magnificent country estate When she was ten she decided that the seclusion didn't really matter because when s. Loved it just like I loved the movie

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  • The Glass Virgin
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  • 25 October 2018
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About the Author: Catherine Cookson

Catherine Cookson was born in Tyne Dock the illegitimate daughter of a poverty stricken woman Kate who Catherine believed was her older sister Catherine began work in service but eventually moved south to Hastings where she met and married Tom Cookson a local grammar school master Although she was originally acclaimed as a regional writer her novel The Round Tower won the Winifred Holtby