Missing You - Louise Douglas Reviews
Description:ISBN 0330454412 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Louise Douglas / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2010-02-05 by Pan
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by - written on 11/12/12 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Not long ago, Louise Douglas was an author I'd never heard of, and I have read two of her books, one of which I loved, and the other left me a bit disappointed. I decided to be fair and give her another chance, and thankfully I discovered that in this book, "Missing You", she is at her best again. ==Plot== Sean is devastated when his wife, Belle, tells him she has met someone else and she wants to end their marriage. He's a nice guy who tries hard to please his wife but she never seems happy with what she's got. Fen works in a second hand bookshop and looks after her son, Connor, who has cerebral palsy. She is haunted by a secret she ... Read the complete review
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