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Greater Gains (Gains, #2) In This Sequel To Small Gains, The Love Hate Relationship Between Clara Garland And Nat Grover Continues Clara Has Been Left A Widow, Pregnant With Another Man S Child, And It Seems As If Things Could Not Get Worse But Soon Her Pretty And Reckless Youngest Sister, Ellen, Is Harshly Sentenced To Deportation To The Newly Discovered Land Of Australia, Alongside Many Other Convicts And Back In Norfolk, Clara Becomes The Victim Of Blackmail That Puts Her In The Clutches Of The Wicked Nat Grover In Ways Than OneWill Her Pure Love For Prosper Mayes Ever Survive Spanning From The Gritty County Of Norfolk To The Wilds Of Australia In The Early Nineteenth Century, The Garlands Face Huge Obstacles In Their Struggle To Survive As A Family Yet They Remain As Inimitable And Courageous As Ever.

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  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Greater Gains (Gains, #2)
  • K.M. Peyton
  • English
  • 09 August 2017
  • 009947297X

10 thoughts on “Greater Gains (Gains, #2)

  1. says:

    I was quite disappointed with this one I did enjoy it, but it seemed rushed and badly plotted, ending on a strange note with lots of things left hanging So unsatisfying As with the first book in the series, it was not at all cliched or predictable, which is always refreshing, but many things about it irritated me deeply.1 Ellen was awful Didn t like h...

  2. says:

    What a good book I could not stop reading it, wanting to know what would happen to the characters.What a time to live in, with women totally subjected to the men.I like the way the characters evolve and how events turned out impredictable I loved the characters with their determination and failures, their silly mistakes and confusion.In this book, Ellen Garland, the young sister ends up being deported to Australia after a silly prank turns really bad She accidentally kills the cruel Ebenezer What a good book I could not stop reading it, wanting to know what would happen to the characters.What a time to live in, with women totally subjected to the men.I like the way the characters evolve and how events turned out impredictable I loved the characters with their determination and failures, their silly mistakes and confusion.In this book, Ellen Garland, the young sister ends up being deported to Australia after a silly prank turns really bad She accidentally kills the cruel Ebenezer Grover Clara, who has sacrificed herself to save her brother Jack from being caught from his running away after he set fire to the Gover s barns, sacrifices herself once , by marrying Nat, Grover s son so that Jack can come back home.Clara s feelings for Nat are mixed and confusing her, a mixture of attraction and hate Nat himself is a confusing mixed bag some decency mi...

  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Whilst I enjoyed this sequel to Small Gains, and read it no time at all, I m not entirely happy with the way the story turned out I so wanted Clara and Nat to work out, for him to become a nicer person after his awful father s death, and for her to gradually begin to love him, but no she doesn t put in the effort, and he tries to dominate and rule her, and sadly, his cruel streak doesn t disappear I suppose this is realistic, and it s unusual to read a young adult book where the female chara Whilst I enjoyed this sequel to Small Gains, and read it no time at all, I m not entirely happy with the way the story turned out I so wanted Clara and Nat to work out, for him to become a nicer person after his awful father s death, and for her to gradually begin to love him, but no she doesn t put in the effort, and he tries to dominate and rule her, and sadly, his cruel streak doesn t disappear I suppose this is realistic, and it s unusual to read a young adult book where the female character has an unsatisfying marriage, so that s nice that it s original, but it doesn t stop me from feeling a wee bit disappointed I nev...

  4. says:

    I would say the story was very different than what I thought it would be. the whole time reading I was expecting something else and the plot turned somewhere else. the story was simple and a bit honest in a way. I did read it fast enough to find out what happened next so I would say I enjoyed it.

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