The First Time I Saw Your Face (Paperback)Hazel Osmond (author)
What if you discovered that the only one you'd ever loved had been sent to betray you? A moving romance, perfect for fans of Clodagh Murphy, Ellie Adams and Sarra Manning.
Jennifer had it all. Until a terrible accident took almost everything. When she moves back home, with her interfering ex right on the doorstep, the future doesn't look that bright. Until she meets Mack. Sexy, dishevelled and just a little clumsy, he starts to make her believe that she can move on from the past and embrace life all over again. But he has a secret he'd do anything to protect, and he's about to betray her to keep it. Will he realise what she means to him in time? And if he does, will she be able to love the real Mack?
Discover more Hazel Osmond with her other novels, Who's Afraid of Mr Wolfe?, Playing Grace and The Mysterious Miss Mayhew.
Publisher: Quercus Publishing
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 346 g
Dimensions: 197 x 166 x 35 mm
'With plenty of suspense and angst and with well-drawn characters (even the minor ones) this is a compelling read and proves Osmond is on top of her craft' Red Online. * Red Online *
'Oh yes, this one hit the spot. A lovely read to curl up with on these autumnal evenings. Fabulous!' Little Book Blog. * Little Book Blog *
'Osmond has a light touch, a sharp wit, an eye for detail and a real gift for creating believable, appealingly complex characters' Living North Magazine. * Living North Magazine *
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“Took me out of myself”
I really enjoyed the gentle humour and humanity. The book is light-hearted but not trviial and the characters engaged me. I shall be reading more from Ms Osmond
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Just read The First Time I Saw Your Face by Hazel Osmond. Having now read all three books I can safely say that I really enjoyed them all but that they were all very different......Now how long until book 4? Just love... More
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