➤ Hold the Dream Ebook ➪ Author Barbara Taylor Bradford – Jwdfitness.co.uk

➤ Hold the Dream Ebook ➪ Author Barbara Taylor Bradford – Jwdfitness.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 496 pages
  • Hold the Dream
  • Barbara Taylor Bradford
  • Italian
  • 01 September 2018
  • 9788882745660

Hold the DreamBarbara Taylor Bradford S Enthralling New York Times Bestseller A Woman Of Substance Introduced A Remarkable Heroine And Her Rise To Fame, Power, And Wealth Now The Triumphant Story And Unpredictable Heritage Of Emma Harte ContinuesA LEGACY TO SHAREAs The Strong Willed Force Behind A Thriving International Business Empire, Emma Harte Built A Life Rooted In A Single Minded Purpose, One Of Unyielding Determination And Terrible Sacrifice To Achieve The Stunning Pinnacle Of Success But The Most Difficult Decision Of Her Hard Won Life Is Yet To ComeAN INHERITANCE TO PROTECTThere S Only One Way For Emma To Ensure The Promise Of Harte Enterprises By Relinquishing Control Of The Mighty Empire To Her Beloved Granddaughter, Paula McGill Fairley, A Woman With Her Own Dreams, And Her Own Resolve To Make Them Come True But For Paula, With An Extraordinary Opportunity Comes The Professional And Personal Challenges Of A Lifetime A DREAM TO HOLDSupported And Encouraged By A Lifelong Friend, Paula Strives To Be All That Her Grandmother Was But Victory Comes With A Price, And Paula Is Put To The Ultimate Test As Devastating Greed And Jealousy, Scandalous Lies, And Flesh And Blood Betrayals Threaten The Very Foundation Of Her Future And A Grand And True Love That Has Flourished In Silence And Secret


About the Author: Barbara Taylor Bradford

Barbara Taylor Bradford is the author of 30 bestselling novels, including The Cavendon Women, Cavendon Hall, and The Ravenscar Dynasty She was born in Leeds, England, and from an early age, she was a voracious reader at age 12, she had already read all of Dickens and the Bront sisters By the age of twenty, she was an editor and columnist on Fleet Street She published her first novel, A Woman


10 thoughts on “Hold the Dream

  1. says:

    after finishing A Woman of Substance I read this sequel, and as in the first part, the author frequently goes overboard in details Houses, rooms, people and clothes are described in the minutest particulars.The story is kind of predictable, has its moments, and has lots of repetition, in itself as well as of the first part The characters are not really interesting and really predictable, too, once they are established I mostly enjoyed reading it, anyway, like one enjoys watching a really bad TV series, just to know what happens next, even if you can predict it I did, however, skip over lots of the details further on, as I just couldn t take it any It is a book that would greatly benefit from some editing, one would get rid of about half of the bulk by just striking irrelevant dialogues, irrelevant characters, and descriptions descriptions descriptions Maybe there s a Reader s Dig...

  2. says:

    Just adding the book Loved it many years ago when the subject and kind of characters still impressed my young soul

  3. says:

    DNF will later.

  4. says:

    well where can i start, i really loved the book , loved paula s charater what a strong wise woman can do how she loved her gra well they all loved her so much and tried to please her, little emily was a wise although of her young age well she is not little any she is a lady now hated that bastard ross and what he did, saddest part was the tragic death of david and jim but after all he she made back it to dear shane whom were perfect for each other.liked what emma did with her will was really smart of her yo include all those papers with itiam still confused about min s death and those 5 hours she spent at the lake what was she doing and the maid weird testimony at the court then nothing revealed at the end so it still a mystery wished to know what jonthon made after being fired from the company anyway what imp is that the story ended happily how i can ask for didn t like the fact of reading eve...

  5. says:

    Love the Emma series Great characters, history, and settings.

  6. says:

    Wow, what a crock of crap.I DNF after about page 200 deserve a like for this hard fought victory and tbh, if anyone did, I would question their taste level In this rambling book, which I picked up at a hostel in Tel Aviv amazingly, I finished the first one, which at least had action , we have the family continuing to fall out and behave like landed gentry pigs Salt of the Earth pleb turned empressario Emma Harte is old and still calling the shots Her illegitimate daughter is still grousing about absolutely nothing, NADA, and let me just say I was rooting for that piece of trash throughout the book The nadir came when we have TWO separate people looking at the same portrait with lengthy descriptions We get it, they re educated Not interested Also, the room was purple with a cascade of flowers, the sky was periwinkle blue, the sun was beating like a heart, the Yorkshire Moors ov vey, over it.I have always disliked Emma hugely, a bland caricature of a working class girl done good all the way through she is praised to the Heavens This is both a discredit to the writing which TELLS us in classic chiclit fashion who is good and who is bad, but also with Emma who s smug and unlikeable and with the characters who want to hang with this old goat Yawn The writing has a never ending slew of turgid sayings, Love is a marriage of seeds, water the garden excuse me, I have to vomit into my hat There was also ridiculous showing, She was b...

  7. says:

    I really do love this series of books, I ve read them multiple times since I was about 15 and each time something new comes through the story to me and its like its the first time I ve read it, and I can t stop turning the pages In some ways I enjoyed the second book much than the first because the family really comes into its own in the present day, rather than looking back over 80 years as the first book does Without the first book though, I think it is impossible to appreciate the second book and the messages that it contains This is one I will read over and over again in the years to come I must have read the book or times already, but it doesn t lo...

  8. says:

    I adored A WOMAN OF SUBSTANCE read it twice but struggled through this book Emma was such a complex character in WOS that I expected waaay of this book Whatever she accomplished in book 1was celebrated in this book idolised even but she never developed further Her handling of her offspring was spectacular when a certain event that will not be spoiled took place but beyond that her children and grandchildren lacked depth of personality...

  9. says:

    I love Barbara Bradford and i like her style, Hold the dream conveys her style clearly, the characters are well formed and develop in the most logical and normal ways, it was a delight to read this book I loved Paula, Emma, Shane, Emily, and Winston not to forget Blackie too, however there were LOTS of unneeded conversations and descriptions specially business ones and they didn t add...

  10. says:

    This is a 6 book series but I only read 5 I tried to read the 1st book, Woman of Substance, no way could I get into that book I actually read the 4th book 1st really like it So I tried to start from the beginning went to the 2nd book I just loved this series They are about a very wealthy family fri...

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