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The Memory Box by Sarah Webb
  

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Can you ever really forget your first love? When the past and the present start to collide Pandora finds herself having to choose between her head and her heart ...

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The Memory Box by Sarah Webb

Pandora Schuster is about to turn thirty but that's the least of her worries. In Dublin she has just been tested for a hereditary family illness and, expecting the worst, is desperate for her ex-boyfriend and father of nine-year-old Iris to be a part of her daughter's life. There are two major problems: Olivier Huppert lives in Paris and he has no idea that Iris even exists. So when Pandora secretly tries to find Olivier during her Parisian birthday weekend, it all ends in disaster. As the agonising weeks until her test results crawl by, Pandora manages to find some distraction with her kind and sensible boyfriend, Declan, and with her fellow Shoestring Club members as they time-share a fabulous new designer dress. Yet matters of the heart are not easily forgotten and Pandora is determined for Iris to know the truth about her handsome, charismatic father. So she creates a memory box filled with photos, letters and mementoes of the magical time she spent with Olivier in Paris.

About the Author

Sarah Webb

Sarah Webb worked in children's bookselling for over ten years. She lives in Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin with her partner, Ben, young son, Sam, and baby, Amy-Rose. She reviews children's books for many Irish newspapers and magazines and has written many of her own, including the popular Kids Can Cook series.

Sarah says her inspiration comes from all kinds of things - daily life, books, daydreams, films, friends, relationships, and the whole world around her. 'I'm like a sponge,' she laughs. 'I soak everything up and retain it in some strange place in my mind. I'm eternally curious - I find the smallest, everyday things fascinating.

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Book Info

Publication date

1st September 2013

Author

Sarah Webb

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Author's Website

www.sarahwebb.ie/

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Publisher

Pan Books an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Format

Paperback
320 pages
Interest Age: From 18 years

Categories

Relationship Stories
Romantic Fiction
eBook Favourites

Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
Romance

ISBN

9780330519458

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