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Where Love Lies by Julie Cohen

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At first Felicity appears a dizzy female, then maybe she’s just confused, then we feel she is actually suffering from something when fragrances start to infect her. She is a girl from a difficult background who is now suffering writer’s block (she writes and illustrates children’s books) only she is actually suffering from something more sinister. It takes some time to discover this and its outcome but once there much falls into place. It is a good read.

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Where Love Lies by Julie Cohen

Lately, Felicity just can't shake a shadow of uncertainty. Her husband Quinn is the kindest person she knows and loves her peculiarities more than Felicity feels she deserves. But suddenly it's as if she doesn't quite belong. Then Felicity experiences something extraordinary: a scent of perfume in the air which evokes memories that have been settled within her for a long time, untouched and undisturbed. As it happens again and again, the memories of a man Felicity hasn't seen for ten years also flutter to the surface. And so do the feelings of being deeply, exquisitely in love...Overwhelmed and bewildered by her emotions, Felicity tries to resist sinking blissfully into the past. But what if something truly isn't as it should be? What if her mind has been playing tricks on her heart? Which would you trust?


A tender and poignant novel, with characters that come right off the page -Abby Clements

That rare thing: a true pageturner - Kate Harrison

About the Author

Julie Cohen grew up in Maine and studied English at Brown University and Cambridge University. She moved to the UK to research fairies in Victorian children's literature at the University of Reading and this was followed by a career teaching English at secondary level. She now writes full time and is a popular speaker and teacher of creative writing. She lives with her husband and their son in Berkshire.

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30th November 1999


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