The Island Home

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Orion Publishing Group, Limited, Jun 29, 2021 - Chick lit - 384 pages
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Two decades. Hundreds of miles. A lifetime of secrets. Could coming home mean starting again?'A perfect, warm escape from these cold, dark times' Kate Eberlen'Bursting with hope and heart' Cathy BramleyLorna's world is small but safe.She loves her daughter, and the two of them are all that matter. But after nearly twenty years, she and Ella are suddenly leaving London for the Isle of Kip, the tiny remote Scottish island where Lorna grew up.Alice's world is tiny but full.She loves the community on Kip and how her yoga classes draw women across the tiny island together. Now Lorna's arrival might help their family finally mend itself - even if forgiveness means returning to the past...And as the two find friendship, Lorna also starts to find her place in the world. Can coming home mean starting again?Join the community of bestselling authors who love Libby's hopeful, moving storytelling!'A wonderfully evocative and enveloping novel ... a perfect, warm escape from these cold, dark times' Kate Eberlen, author of Miss you and Only You'Tender, heartfelt ... The Island Home explores every aspect of love and shows us it's never too late to fix what's broken.' Lindsey Kelk, author of In Case You Missed It'Radiates warmth, happiness and hope' Veronica Henry

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When I heard that Libby Page's new book was set on a remote Scottish island I was so excited. Having enjoyed her previous novels I was keen to get stuck into The Island Home. The story begins with ... Read full review

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Libby Page is the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Lido and The 24-Hour Cafe. The Island Home is her third novel. Before becoming an author, she worked in journalism and marketing. She is a keen outdoor swimmer and lives in Somerset with her husband and young son. Follow Libby on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook: @libbypagewrites.

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