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A Way from Heart to Heart

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Paperback, 282 pages
ISBN:9781783757015
Imprint:Accent Press
Published:4 Nov 2014
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“…a fantastic book…With an engrossing story and relatable characters, this story is a must read.” The Book Maven

"...a touching and beautifully written story about the power and healing nature of love." Jo Barton at Jaffa Reads Too

"...a lovely, emotive and heart-warming contemporary romance story that draws in the audience and takes hold from the very beginning...Fans of contemporary romance will love A Way From Heart to Heart." Caroline Barker at A Reader's Review

"...A tale of sadness, loss, friendship, family and love. I loved it!" Sandra at Beauty Balm blog spot

A knock at the door shatters Kate Hemingway’s life when she’s informed of her husband Stuart’s death in Afghanistan. She struggles to care for their young son George with only Stuart’s aloof best friend Paul as emotional support.

Piece by fragile piece, she tries to rebuild her life, realising Paul and her son have formed an unlikely bond. When Paul agrees to accompany Kate and a group of disadvantaged teenagers on a trip to the Yorkshire moors, he finally reveals something he’s kept secret for years. Kate’s own scarred heart begins to open up … but can she risk her son’s happiness as well as her own?

A novel about friendship, loss, and the human heart’s enduring capacity for love, this stunning debut explores one woman’s attempt at survival when her world comes crashing down around her.

A T-shirt of Stuart’s was still lying at the bottom of the laundry basket. She held the soft cotton fabric to her face and breathed in the smell of him, but it wasn’t the same, so she put it in the machine and set the programme. All trace of Stuart was washed away. Kate would cry bitter tears over that T-shirt in the weeks to come.

Imprint
Accent Press
Publisher
Accent Press
Language
English
Product Format
Paperback
Weight
0 grams
Publication Date
4 Nov 2014
Number of Pages
282
ISBN
9781783757015