I am so late on reviews and reading as well. Just got back after three months in Melbourne and find
that catching up is taking longer than before.
The title got me intrigued as I thought a convent school and I am always interested in that background.
St Bride's is a posh school set in beautiful surroundings with an odd mix of teachers - more than meets
the eye definitely as all of them have secrets they will like to hold onto. Gemma joining them was perfect
she was running away from a controlling boyfriend, she did not want to be found and at St. Bride's she thought
she found the perfect niche.
Coupled with eccentric teachers and pleasant work place Gemma fit in easily but she is curious by nature and it
is this curiosity that uncovers a whole bundle of secrets - combining suspense, comedy, escapism by the bucketful
and ended up being a very good relaxing read.
Descriptive of the English countryside and its people the book was a good fun read.
Sent by Boldwood Books for an unbiased review, courtesy of Netgalley.
Sounds like an entertaining read!ReplyDelete
Any book with "dastardly" in the title promises some smiles.ReplyDelete
I do love that posh school setting! :DReplyDelete
This sounds like a fun read! Good luck with getting caught up!ReplyDelete