One Day in May - Catherine Alliott Reviews
Description:ISBN 0718153626 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Catherine Alliott / Paperback / 464 Pages / Book is published 2010-03-04 by Michael Joseph
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Hattie is a happy single mother to son Seffy, has a flourishing French antiques business with best friend Maggie and has a relatively young boyfriend, Ivan, to boot. But when her sister, Laura, asks Hattie and Maggie to help work on her and her husband Hugh's house, it brings back painful memories for Hattie as that's where her first love Dominic lived. Matters are made worse when Hattie bumps into his widow Letty and handsome brother Hal. Is Hattie finally able to spill the beans about what happened with Dominic all those years ago and, if so, is she able to keep her life as she knows it in tact? I absolutely love Catherine Alliott's books and have read the ... Read the complete review
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