Daffodils in December

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AuthorHouse, Jul 8, 2009 - Self-Help - 188 pages

‘Daffodils in December’ is the true story of how the lives of two young children were changed forever, by an evil and sadistic man trusted to care for them. It is a personal journey of discovery.


Max and Sophie were close as children, but their bond was shattered by a man they grew to fear and despise. For years Sophie felt as though they had drifted so far apart, the bond would never be found again. Sophie went through her life going from one abusive relationship to another and finally realised that the only person she had to love and forgive was herself. This is the story of how she decided to take a chance and put her heart on the line and reach out to the brother she had never stopped loving and hope that he would return that love, and perhaps the bond they had shared as children, could be found again. It is a story of hope.

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About the author (2009)

Rosalie Bridget Sheehan was born on the 2nd January 1976 in Somerset. She moved to Manchester when she was nineteen years old and the rest is history. ‘Daffodils in December’ is Rosie’s first complete book and she is currently working on others. She loves music and especially heavy metal and southern rock, she also claims to be a fan of classical music but her tastes are confined to ‘Bolero’ and the Old Spice tune!


She loves walking and running and weightlifting, sunshine and autumn and beaches, silence and birdsong and thunderstorms. She hates being called ‘Rose’! She lives with her dog Bumpkins and her cat Tilly and dreams of moving to a small house in the countryside where she can listen to music at ridiculously high volumes and not upset any neighbours. She loves the colour blue and all that it signifies and represents. Her favourite tree is the Yew. She is terrified of heights but would love to bungee jump, and she is afraid of moths but adores butterflies! She has still not learned to drive, but when she does, save yourself, get out of the way!


There is much to know about Rosie and most of it is in the pages of this book, the rest is yet to be discovered.

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