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Three Gold Coins

By Josephine Moon | Paperback | 2 Review(s)

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'What a gloriously wonderful read, I loved it.' Cathy Kelly (on The Tea Chest)

One coin for love, one for marriage, one to return to Rome.

Two days ago, Lara Foxleigh tossed three gold euros into the Trevi Fountain. Now, she is caring for a cranky old man and living in a picturesque villa,... read more

Format
Paperback
Release Date
21 Mar 2018
Author(s)
Josephine Moon
Publisher
Allen & Unwin
ISBN-13
9781925266146
Dimensions
153mm x 234mm
Pages
386
Format
Paperback
Release Date
21 Mar 2018
Author(s)
Josephine Moon
Publisher
Allen & Unwin
ISBN-13
9781925266146
Dimensions
153mm x 234mm
Pages
386

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03 May 2018

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Life, Loss, Love

A lovely read in time for Mother’s Day – from the author of Tea Chest, The Chocolate Promise and one of my favourites - Beekeepers Secret. Staff member Sally has recently read her new release and shares with us her thoughts: “Another excellent read from an author I enjoy… A Story of new love, second chances and la dolce vita among the Tuscan hills. Lara has left England to go on holiday in Rome as she needs a change. She tosses three coins into the Trevi Fountain – one for love, one for marriage and one to return to Rome. She befriends a grumpy, lonely old gentleman and becomes his instant carer. Lara throws herself into the family dynamics and embraces every opportunity that comes along until her Australian past threatens to catch up with her and destroy her new life in Italy. I have enjoyed all of Josephine Moon’s books, but I put this at the top of the list. I loved all the different threads running throughout the story and the way it all comes together.” Perfect for those chilly winter nights closing in and to indulge in a book that will take you to a far-away place.

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03 May 2018

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03 May 2018

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Three Gold Coins

This is a very honest, open and sometimes raw memoir from one of New Zealand’s celebrated ladies. Lorraine gives us the stories behind the headlines – what was she really thinking and feeling as she was crowned Miss Universe in 1983 at just 19 years old? From a girl who grew up in Mt Roskill and Pakuranga, Auckland, to the dizzying heights of the world spotlight and all that her reign required. Lorraine writes straight from the heart and tells of her phases in life with a goal to possibly help or inspire others – a rare gift and mindset in this competitive world! Hardworking and diligent, Lorraine has lived out her life on and off in the New Zealand spotlight – from her marriage to All Black Murray Mexted, motherhood to Hilton and Jasmine (who she regards as her greatest achievement), sadness after divorce and her sheer grit and determination to create image and colour consultancy businesses both in Wellington and then onto Auckland. Lorraine experienced both warm hearted friendships along with disappointing business betrayals and through this, Lorraine reveals a tenacious approach to life – something she needed as she competed in Dancing With The Stars TV Show. But life is full of highs along with lows and whilst she found new and blissful love with Martin Crowe – her resilience was required as she cared for Marty through his cancer. She’s certainly packed a lot of life into her years and this is a read whereby you may just need your tissues too.

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