eview for “The Necklace IV – Brighton, December 1999” by goldpet66
Linda has once again delved into 60s music history to deliver a heartbreakingly beautiful book. I was fortunate enough to befriend her over the past few months and have found her to be multifaceted, talented, funny, and she’s amazingly beautiful as well. It is in her writing that she really shines as a beautiful person. I have been extremely unwell over the past six months or so. Not to overdramatize it but I have been fighting pretty much for my life here. Her stories have given me a real lift when I needed it. We need more Lindas in this world. Thank you so much and bless you! With love, Judy Goldsworth Petranek
Review for “The Necklace IV – Brighton, December 1999” by Sansa Loves Books
I was a little concerned about the time jump between the 60s and 90s but it was smartly done and gives the series a more comprehensive time-travel feel. I’m back to waiting for the next volume. Bravo.
Review for “The Necklace IV – Brighton, December 1999” by Nancy
I really enjoyed reading Book 4 of The Necklace. The subplots involving Susan’s daughter and James’ son added a new dimension. Plus watching Hillary’s machinations to capture James’s attentions were entertaining. This book could stand alone but – as with any series – would be more meaningful if you read the first 3. Susan and James are older – but – well you’ll have to read it to see!
Review for “The Necklace IV – Brighton, December 1999” by Avery Tomiselli
OH MY OH MY OH MY!
Can these books get any better? Not only do we have Susan back in time once again, she had also brought her daughter Michelle in tow with her! Now we have more characters to fall in love with! Will the love prevail or will if falter once again as time calls for the two ladies. What will their decisions be? Will the lie learn to love, or will the lie do as it always does and hurt those around them? Read it, folks! Get ready for the tale of all times!!