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Missing You Paperback – 5 Feb 2010
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`A single mother and a newly heartbroken man are thrown together - their love bound by a haunting secret which threatens to tear them apart. A bewitching story that will tug your heartstrings from beginning to end.' --Stylist
`Just like the last crumbs of a cupcake, it's almost impossible to say goodbye to the characters in Louise Douglas's new novel... This is a poignant, tender and beautifully written novel, infused with love and passion.'
`Single mum Fen is letting time pass her by. Far from home and haunted by a dreadful secret, she is isolated from her family and too frightened to build relationships. Yet, when fait introduced recently heartbroken Sean into her life, a gentle friendship begins to grow. Could this finally mean happiness?' --Daily Express
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The beginning set the scene well, there was an overall feeling of sadness throughout the book and to see Sean's heartbreaking situation so early on instantly made me feel sorry for him. Fen was very nervous about something and repeatedly mentioned Tomas and Joe, at that point I had no idea who they were and I made a couple of predictions which ended up being totally wrong. The pieces of that particular puzzle were fitted together gradually and this was one of the things that kept me flipping the pages.
Sean and Fen were brought together quite randomly, I enjoyed the fact that their relationship wasn't rushed because it made it feel more natural and believable. They faced plenty of ups and downs and I have to admit that I wasn't entirely sure how their relationship was going to end.
One of my favourite moments in the book was Sean's drunken night out, it was fun to read and had me laughing out loud as the authors descriptions of everything were so precise, it enabled me to visualise the scene easily! The author also described the intricacies of relationships beautifully, I particularly enjoyed reading from Sean's side about his marriage breakdown. I've read many books about women being left by their men and the effect it has on them but rarely have I read a book that tells it from this point of view, for me it made the story feel fresh and different.
This was an interesting book filled with emotion and a touch of intrigue.
A great read I thoroughly enjoyed it.
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