Belinda Alexandra Message Board
heidi Piper posts on 3/14/2010 5:36:39 AM
i just bought the new book too, but am saving it up for the school holidays - hopefully i can enjoy big chunks of it rather than just a few minutes before bed each night. can't wait :)
Amylou posts on 3/13/2010 10:27:31 PM
I have been in to Belinda Alexandra's books since White Gardenia and wait patiently to see the next one in the bookshop. As many of you have commented Wild Lavendar is my favourite too! However at the end of Feb I was in the airport bookshop and guess what? I spotted her new book Tuscan Rose (I didn't even know it was coming out, so so excited!) and yep I bought it then and there! This book is so good, unsure if it is better than Wild lavendar as am about to read it again to check. However I enjoyed it so much, reading Belinda Alexandra's books takes me on the journey with the main character, in this case Rosa and its a big and eventful journey. The only disappointing thing aboout this read is now I have to wait again for the next!!!
Lynne Gough posts on 12/18/2009 11:11:46 PM
I have just finished reading Silver Wattle, what a wonderful book as are the other books by Belinda Alexandra. Your books are the only ones I have read that keep me interested for hours. I am so looking forward to your next book.
Kellie posts on 11/12/2009 6:44:13 AM
Tuscan Rose - Out March 2010!!
The internationally bestselling author of White Gardenia returns with an
unforgettable story of a young woman in Florence in the 1930s. A novel of passion,
mystery, danger and hope in Mussolini's Italy.
A mysterious stranger known as ‘The Wolf’ leaves an infant with the sisters of Santo
Spirito. A tiny silver key hidden in her wrappings is the only clue to the child's identity and
so begins a story as intriguing and beautiful as the city of Florence itself. A richly woven
tale of passion, love, longing, witchcraft and magic.
* The brilliant new novel from the bestselling author, set against the danger and romance
of Italy in the 1930s and 1940s.
* Fall in love with Rosa and she fights to survive -- and searches for the truth of her birth.
Kay posts on 7/4/2009 3:38:00 AM
I think Belinda Alexandra is a great writer.Can anybody tell me what she is writing now and when her new book will be realeased.
Sharon posts on 5/23/2009 7:00:35 AM
I have read all her books please write another soon
Barbara Shield posts on 3/21/2009 8:34:57 PM
I borrowed Wild Lavender from the library and couldn't put it down. I cried when Kira in her last moments of life reached out her paw and touched Simone. The gesture conveyed so much. In '92 I visited the german death camp Mauthausen in Austria and was absolutely sickened by Hitler's attempt to wipe out the jewish people. How could people have done this to each other? This book should be made into a movie. We all need to remember what occurred so it never happens again. Thank you Belinda Alexandra, you are a wonderful author.
Kellie posts on 9/14/2008 9:48:41 AM
We're hopefully due for a new book next year.. 2005-2007-2009?? :)
Cassandra posts on 8/28/2008 11:19:28 PM
I have read all of her books and I am thoroughly addicted. They brought me tears and made me laugh out loud. Please write another one!
Phillippa posts on 6/2/2008 10:27:47 PM
Wild Lavender was brilliant! I was in tears on those last few pages. I have just finished White Gardenia which was just wonderful, however the book should have gone on for much, much longer. I am so busting To get Silver Wattle(I think that's what it's called). I hope Belinda writes many, many more books as I have finally found books that IO cannot put down. Thank you
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