A sweeping story of hope, healing, unlikely friendships and second chances.
'Warm and wise' Julie Cohen
'Just loved' Susan Lewis
'Sage, heartfelt and real' Beth Morrey
LOVE COMES IN MANY FORMS.
ROMANTIC. UNCONDITIONAL. TOXIC.
For too long life has left strangers Clare and Jack battered and bruised - sometimes literally, sometimes emotionally.
When they meet, fate offers them the chance to help each other.
Can they be brave enough to open up their hearts, strong enough to walk away and wise enough to understand a thing called love?
Praise for A Thing Called Love:
'Big. Beautiful. Incredible. A moving story of personal strength and learning to love yourself' Anton Du Beke
'This tender tale of love and finding your inner strength is a balm for the soul. Beautifully crafted, this book and these characters will stay with me for a long time' Claire Allan
'A hygge hug: a story of how to love the who-you-are, not the who-you-have-been. An elegantly crafted story that we all need right now' Anstey Harris
'A compelling story' Freya North
'An elegant and engrossing read' Sheila O'Flanagan
'The book of the year for me' Anna McPartlin
'A beautifully written story of love, life and second chances' Debbie Johnson
'A book that you'll always remember where you were when you first read it and one you'll revisit many more times to come. Nell Carter will reduce you to tears and then fill your heart with joyful hope again' Claudia Carroll
'A love story with a difference, at times dark, acutely observed and beautifully told' Carmel Harrington
Nell Carter lives in Ascot with her husband. They have two grown-up daughters. One of seven children, Nell likes to write about the nuances and subtle layers of human relationships, peeling them away to see what's really going on beneath.
Paperback - B format
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