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Make the most of your lunch hour with Eva Rice’s Love Notes for Freddie

This sun is shining and the temperature outside feels glorious on your skin, all you want to do is pitch up in a park on the lush green grass and bury your head in a good book…

But it’s a Tuesday. And you’re at work.

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But never fear, we’re here for you! And we’d like you to follow in our footsteps and reclaim your lunch hour, step away from that desk and head out into the sunshine! Just ensure, like us, you’ve got all your summer afternoon essentials, the most important of all being some quality reading material.

Follow this link to read an extract from Eva Rice’s wonderfully warm and compelling novel, Love Notes for Freddie – one of our summer reads.

“Beautifully written, intelligent and gripping” Daily Mail 


Every ending is a new beginning . . .
No one expected Marnie Fitzpatrick to be expelled from school . . . but the aftermath will haunt her forever.
No one imagined she’d fall for the boy from the wrong side of town . . . until the day she saw him dancing alone.
No one could know she had the one thing he needed to capture his dreams . . . the courage to chase them.

From the author of the Richard and Judy classic The Lost Art of Keeping Secrets comes a story about how sometimes the cruelest beginnings can lead to the most unexpected of endings.

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