Being Elizabeth kindle Ê Hardcover Ñ barbara taylor bradford

Barbara Taylor Bradford Î Being Elizabeth epub

Being Elizabeth kindle Ê Hardcover Ñ barbara taylor bradford Ñ The number one bestselling author delivers her most provocative sizzling novel yet—a story of money power love and betrayal that only Barbara Taylor Bradford could writeAt age twenty five Elizabeth Deravenel finds herself in a position few womenThe number one bestselling author delivers her most provocative sizzling novel yet a story of money power love and betrayal that only Barbara Taylor Bradford could writeAt age twenty five Elizabeth Deravenel finds herself in a position few women her age could image the head of Deravenels a business empire that spans the globe It’s a company whose reach is wide and whose secrets are deep Deravenels has roots that g If hairdressers would read which I do not really believe this soap should be one of their favourites but only if it had at least two hundred pages less Too many characters too many adjacent plots too much advertising which is exhausting the good ones are too good the bad ones are too stupid Elizabeth herself is a modern Cinderella too fond of power and money So as a conclusion two stars are too many

book Ì Being Elizabeth Î Barbara Taylor Bradford

O far back in her family’s history and she knows the price that many had to pay to see it reach the success it is today And Elizabeth is the youngest executive in the company she now leads  Surrounded by rumors and disloyalty she knows that there are many people who would give anything to take down the company and her with it With her enemies circling she finds herself at a crossroad of choices involving her mind You occasionally need to read a romance novel but this was disappointing Bradford's novels are usually better than this I felt cheated

book Being Elizabeth

Being ElizabethHer heart and her destiny As scandal surrounds the one man she’s ever loved Elizabeth discovers how the next move she makes could have deadly and final conseuences Being Elizabeth is Barbara Taylor Bradford at her storytelling best“Rife with dastardly internecine struggles smoldering illicit passion and cowardly insidious betrayalspacks as much intrigue as any Shakespearean royal drama”  Booklist on The Heir What fun Shakespeare's ueen Elizabeth reimagined as the dashing headstrong CEO of a respected English corporation All of her advisors and her loves in modern business attire jetting here and there and doing the young lady's bidding while she broods over her vast powers and responsibilities totally in control yet deeply drawn to experience love and passion on her own terms The thing that makes this book sparkle is not so much the plot very closely based on actual history of course but the deliciously modern touches sprinkled on nearly every page It's such fun to see Elizabeth riding to meet the Spanish in a stretch limousine or volleying on the tennis court and showing off her fabulous legs to the admiring Spaniards There's always some clever modern touch Elizabeth either tying things up by cell phone when she's having her daily massage or rolling out of her lover's bed and checking her e mail while closely watching South American stock prices on satellite TV She multi tasks in an atmosphere of constant bustle and glamor flying to one meeting and e mailing to another always dressed perfectly and looking fabulous and always with a couple of really handsome men scampering to obey her slightest whim Not only is Elizabeth dynamic and glamorous than ever but it's also fun to see her rival Mary ueen of Scots reimagined as a French diva with flaming red hair and a taste for much younger men Mary's work habits are not uite eual to Elizabeth's however The deal went through at eleven AM thus bypassing Mary who invariably slept till noon Elizabeth was an early riser Mary is always getting distracted hitting the club scene and snorting coke falling for every good looking guy with a line and then either zoning out in the board room or cancelling her meetings with notes like feel ghastly Talk tomorrow Must sleep M So modern but so true to Mary's real nature