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Fandoms: Twilight Series - Stephenie Meyer, Twilight Series - All Media Types, Life and Death - Stephenie Meyer
29 Mar 2021
In glittering LA, the elite like a good party.
Good parties are parties planned and executed by the renowned, widowed and Empowered (or at least she says she is) Esme Platt.
Dr Carine Cullen (and doesn’t she have other things she ought to be doing, like, I don’t know…seeing patients?) has no right, NO right to storm in and change everything, even if she isn’t who Esme thinks she is and the conclusion to a long and extremely public feud doesn’t end like she thinks it will.
In 1919, after having (accidentally) shoved one of her tenants into a wall and (not so accidentally) tried to run off to join the Air Force, Anne Lister is invited to leave the Shibden estate.
With few options left for her in Britain, Miss Lister travels to New York, on the journey meeting a fellow Englishwoman - the wealthy heiress, Ann Walker, sent to the US in the hope of finding a doctor who can cure her seemingly endless aches and pains.
However, Miss Walker’s troubles are quickly attributed to ‘lack of the vote’ by the enigmatic, (and maybe rather snobbish) Miss Lister, (suffering occasionally from the same kind of pain) who puts herself immediately to work curing her friend of both her physical ailments and a lifelong loneliness.
Get ready for glamour, gangsters, new money and, of course, a budding forbidden romance as Anne juggles rescuing an oil company with securing the hand of the love of her life.
(Or, the one where Anne Lister was born a century later and had more of a chance.)
05 Jun 2019
A tale about loyalty, ideals and patriotism.
And where it gets you.