Starting Over

Starting Over

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By (author) Sue Moorcroft

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  • Publisher: Choc Lit
  • Format: Paperback | 336 pages
  • Dimensions: 128mm x 194mm x 30mm | 358g
  • Publication date: 1 September 2012
  • Publication City/Country: Harpenden
  • ISBN 10: 1906931224
  • ISBN 13: 9781906931223
  • Sales rank: 293,097

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New home, new friends, new love. Can starting over be that simple? Tess Riddell reckons her beloved Freelander is more reliable than any man - especially her ex-fiance, Olly Gray. She s moving on from her old life and into the perfect cottage in the country. Miles Rattenbury s passions? Old cars and new women! Romance? He's into fun rather than commitment.When Tess crashes the Freelander into his breakdown truck, they find that they re nearly neighbours yet worlds apart. Despite her overprotective parents and a suddenly attentive Olly, she discovers the joys of village life and even forms an unlikely friendship with Miles. Then, just as their relationship develops into something deeper, an old flame comes looking for him ... Is their love strong enough to overcome the past? Or will it take more than either of them is prepared to give?REVIEWS This isn't just romance, this is literary Viagra.The Woman Writer Magazine for The Society of Women Writers & Journalists""Starting Over" is pure self indulgence!"The Truth About Books - Honest Reviews about Real Books"

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Sue Moorcroft is an accomplished writer of novels and short stories, as well as a creative writing tutor. Her previous novels include Family Matters, Uphill All the Way and A Place to Call Home. She is also the commissioning editor and a contributor to Love Me, Love Me Not, an anthology of short stories celebrating the Romantic Novelists' Association's 50th anniversary.

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This isn't just romance, this is literary Viagra.