A Breath of Fresh Air

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Orion, Dec 23, 2009 - Fiction - 320 pages
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After tragedy, how do you find love again? The brilliant first novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author.

Charlotte Lawrence, widowed at thirty-four, decides to return to all things pre-Peter, and that means moving back to the Cheshire village of her childhood.

It also means exchanging a clinical company flat for the pretty but overgrown garden of Ivy Cottage, and the constant attentions of her interfering sister Hilary.

Most of all it means Alex, Ivy Cottage's drop-dead-gorgeous tenant, with whom Hilary is determined Charlotte should find love anew, and whose charming exterior hides his own secret tragedy...

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User Review  - SueinCyprus - LibraryThing

Charlotte loses her husband and buys a house in the small village where her sister lives. Romance blooms, perhaps inevitably. Good plot and sub-plots, likeable people on the whole. I found the minor ... Read full review

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User Review  - auntieknickers - LibraryThing

I enjoy Erica James's books for the characters -- I like how even the ones who at first seem like stereotypes or caricatures will, by the end of the book, be shown to have other aspects and hidden ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Erica James is the number one international bestselling author of twenty novels, including the Sunday Times top ten bestsellers Summer at the Lake, The Dandelion Years and Song of the Skylark. She has sold over five million books worldwide and her work has been translated into twelve languages. Erica won the Romantic Novel of the Year Award for her novel Gardens of Delight, set in beautiful Lake Como, Italy, which has become a second home to her. Her authentic characters are thanks to her insatiable appetite for other people's business and a willingness to strike up a conversation with just about anybody.

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