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An Unwanted Inheritance

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Julietta Henderson, author of The Funny Thing about Norman Forman Lovingly crafted, with flawed and nuanced characters, this riveting story will stay with readers long after the last page is turned. We both share a deep love and understanding for one another and fully respect each other’s decisions.

Caroline has known Ellie since childhood - Ellie’s family provided the happiness that had been lost in her own family. Caroline’s best friend is Max’s sister Ellie, a spoiled princess of a woman on the cusp of her fortieth birthday, living with her husband James and their two equally spoilt children in their mansion where money seems to be no object, and charming always-in-debt youngest sibling Nathan, the outsider.You should evaluate the security and trustworthiness of any other site connected to this site or accessed through this site yourself, before disclosing any personal information to them. The decision as to what to do with this unexpected windfall poses a moral dilemma and differing points of view which threaten to destroy the tight bonds of family and friendship.

She threw her arms around my neck and kissed me with such passion and laughed excitedly and said, ‘Yes, yes, yes. Declare it as part of his estate, risking losing a huge chunk to inheritance tax, or divvy it up between the three? I really enjoyed this book, exploring a simple family dynamic familiar to us all with the added hint of scandal throughout. This book will make you consider which of the characters you would be and ponder on whether an unwanted windfall would be more trouble than it’s worth. I guess there's some resolution in Max and Caroline - as the most honest - getting a nice holiday and a trust fund for their kids but nothing that examines whether they doubted that the money was legitimate or looked into Tony's other dealings.

By using this service you thereby indemnify this Company, its employees, agents and affiliates against any loss or damage, in whatever manner, howsoever caused. Brimful of emotion―a wonderful plot and characters that you are rooting for, even when you know you shouldn’t. It is an interesting idea for a novel, and is written with plenty of cliff-hangers to keep the reader interested. When their father dies unexpectedly, siblings Max, Ellie and Nathan can’t even contemplate emptying his house―not least because he spent his last decade curating what feels like a museum to his polished public image. Imogen Clark walks us through this difficult time in a family’s life with circumstances we can all relate to.

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