The Father-Daughter Club

Alison Ragsdale
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David and Elizabeth Fredericks are spending a month away from their home in Eastern Scotland. Traveling through Greece and Italy, they plan to indulge David's love of classical architecture, celebrate his retirement and heal the wounds his recent affair caused to their marriage.

When their daughter Kate, the apple of David's eye, turns up in Athens unannounced to tell them that she is in love with Charlotte Macfie, a talented patisserie chef, things quickly go awry. David withdraws, and Elizabeth is forced to take on the uncharted role of mediator between the formerly inseparable father and daughter.

When tragedy strikes, the Fredericks' must find a way to put their differences aside and build a newly structured family.

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Alison Ragsdale
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Published on
Dec 14, 2014
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Pages
334
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ISBN
9780990747833
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English
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