Wednesday, March 28, 2007

MORE PURE PASSION from the north-west library service. Check out the links in the sidebar for more information.

STARDUST by Neil Gaiman

This is a delightful fantasy which takes you back to childhood fairy stories and transports you into other worldliness.

Read it in the belief that fallen stars can be found and dreams can come true, thought there might be unexpected twists in the tale.


As one of the nation’s favourite romantic novelists, Jack Carter knows romance only too well. But what he really wants now, after his traumatic divorce, is romance in his personal life.

Little Black Dress publish stylish, short romantic fiction written with the modern girl in mind.

A STEP IN THE DARK by Judith Lennox

A family drama set in India and Scotland, from 1915 to the 1960s. Young Bess Ravenhart, recently widowed, leaves her baby son Frazer with her mother-in-law, Cora, while she sails from India to Britain to set up home.

An emotional drama for those who love to get involved with family histories.

HOME TRUTHS by Freya North

The McCake sisters assumed their mid-thirties would be a time of happiness and stability. But at Uncle Django’s 75th birthday party, secrets are revealed that will change how the three sisters view their family forever.

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