A Risk Worth Taking

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Macmillan, Mar 1, 2005 - Fiction - 416 pages
3 Reviews
Dan Porter had it all: a big house in suburban London, a beautiful wife, three children in private school, and a high-paying job. But then, it all collapsed like a house of cards. Now Dan stays home while his angry wife pursues a career, and his marriage falters. Returning to his old profession could mend the rift, but Dan needs to do something else, something more...

Then, Dan hears about a company for sale in northern Scotland, and the temptation is too great to resist. With his son Josh and two dogs in tow, he lands in a primitive cottage above a frigid loch. As he takes stock of his past, he discovers a community who desperately needs his help, a new chance for the future, a risk that requires a leap of faith...and an astonishing love.
 

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This book, A Risk worth taking is cliche ridden rubbish. Rosamund Pilcher's books were well written, well plotted, interesting stories. This is unreadable. What a disappointment.

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picked it up for the PR trip because it was a paperback. very light, chic lit, had the happy ending. Read full review

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Contents

CHAPTER 1
1
CHAPTER 2
13
CHAPTER 3
21
CHAPTER 4
37
CHAPTER 5
43
CHAPTER 6
51
CHAPTER 7
57
CHAPTER 8
71
CHAPTER 17
247
CHAPTER 18
257
CHAPTER 19
271
CHAPTER 20
285
CHAPTER 21
293
CHAPTER 22
323
CHAPTER 23
333
CHAPTER 24
341

CHAPTER 9
83
CHAPTER 10
119
CHAPTER 11
129
CHAPTER 12
171
CHAPTER 13
177
CHAPTER 14
201
CHAPTER 15
217
CHAPTER 16
233
CHAPTER 25
349
CHAPTER 26
357
CHAPTER 27
367
CHAPTER 28
379
CHAPTER 29
393
CHAPTER 30
403
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About the author (2005)

Robin Pilcher has spent too long behind the scenes. Pilcher has worked as a farmer, assistant film cameraman, and PR consultant, and is the child of bestselling novelist Rosamunde Pilcher. An Ocean Apart and Starting Over, Robin Pilcher's first two novels, were New York Times bestsellers and favorites among Pilcher fans, old and new.

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