An evening with this book could be a lovely indulgence for happy lovers, or a whole box of tissues' worth of therapy for the ex!
You think you know the legend of Saint George and the Dragon - you don't! Here, at last, is the truth!
Dinah Caldéron de Caixeta does not believe in love until she meets Ash dos Santos de Freitas and, after a problematic courtship, follows him to Latvia.
This, crude and raw, not for the faint of heart narrative, is not based on a true story-it is painfully true.
Adam Sullivan's new secretary, Eliza, seems vaguely familiar and somewhat cold, calculating and altogether unsettling.
A secret from the past returns to haunt an ordinary family. Their lives then become tragically entangled with uncompromising characters and as the harrowing chaos unfolds.
Ted and Bev meet and instantly fall in love. They spend a blessed life living in Canada but are repeatedly drawn back to England, where Ted was born.
Francesca Bright lives with her father, a widower, developing her talent as a pianist but little awareness of the world beyond her home or the valley in which it lies.
Isobel makes friends with Butch, a sad, skinny stray dog, when she's cycling to and from school.
The story of Hedgy the hedgehog who doesn't like his prickles.
A unique, poetic outlook on experiences with cancer.
In this eclectic mixture of poetry, Joanna Scott paints a picture of a wide variety of life experiences.