Another delightful story from Grace Wynne-Jones, this time four creative, interesting people are all searching for something that is missing in their lives. A tale of love, friendship and commitment told with warmth and wit.
Sometimes you've got to forgive the person you were to be the person you can be....
How do you find the faith to love again? Take Caddy. She's blonde and beautiful, and has a wonderful man who loves her....what could be more perfect? And yet she's running away from him, and from a secret and painful past.
Then there's feisty, tender Roz who has to make corn cream commercials sound romantic and who yearns to be a writer. That's after she finds a man and has a baby, of course... She can't help feeling it was all meant to be easier.
And Tom who dreams of being a famous photographer but who ends up selling mobile phones and thinking about the son he never sees.
Not to mention gorgeous Dan, a famous actor...He only wants Caddy.... Why doesn't she want him?
Four star-crossed people in a Dublin summer, with a match-making mother to spice up the sometimes poignant and sometimes hilarious tale even further. Should they all settle for less, taking life's little disappointments on the chin, or chase their dreams of love and happiness? The question is, are they ready for it, or not?
Publication date: 18/06/2007
Publisher: Accent Press Ltd
|Publication date:||18th June 2007|
|Publisher:||Accent Press Ltd|
|Genres:||eBook Favourites, Relationship Stories,|
Grace Wynne-Jones was born and brought up in Ireland and has also lived in Africa, the US and England. She is the author of four critically acclaimed novels and her feature articles have appeared in many magazines and national papers in Ireland and in England. Below is an interview wth this author.Grace Wynne-Jones has been described as a novelist who 'tells the truth about the human heart'. When 'Ordinary Miracles' was first published in 1996 it got into the bestseller list and received rave reviews. She also received heartfelt letters from readers. â€œMany of them had been through painful ...More About Grace Wynne-jones