Love Life (Paperback)Nancy Peach (author)
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An uplifting and feel-good read perfect for fans of Mhairi McFarlane and Beth O'Leary!'Moving, romantic and very funny - a winning combination' Charlotte Northedge
'A heart-warming, life-affirming gem . . . full of wry humour'
Pernille Hughes bestselling author of Probably the Best Kiss in the World
Dr Tess Carter is no starry-eyed heroine. After all, if your dad left without a backward glance you wouldn't believe in romance either. And the voices in Tess's head - you know, the ones that tell you you're not good enough, not pretty enough, not clever enough - well, these voices are very loud. Very loud indeed. Especially when the disagreeable son of one of her patients starts challenging her every decision.
Edward Russell might have a big job and a posh voice, but Tess is determined not to let him get to her. And Edward, it turns out, may be less of a grump than he first appears...
In the real world, where gentlemanlike manners and out-of-the-blue declarations of love are a story-book fantasy, it's up to Tess to decide whose voice to listen to ... and how to make her own heard.'This is a romcom like no romcom you've read before - and all the better for it! I loved every word' Nicola Gill What readers think of Love Life:
'I laughed, I cried and then I laughed and cried some more. It was moving, funny, emotional in all the right measures and kept me wanting to read on' Louise
'Who knew I needed a romcom set in a hospice?! As it turns out this was actually really funny and thoughtful' Clari
'So many layers of depth that make it a compelling read...I really fell head over heels for this touching story' Ritu
'My first book by this author and it will not be my last. I would recommend this book for those who are looking for something different in their romance' Ashley
'One of my favorite reads in a long time...I liked it so much, I immediately began reading it again' Jennifer
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 270 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 25 mm
'A heart-warming, life-affirming gem . . . full of wry humour and the insights that seeing families at their most vulnerable must offer'
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