Margaret Fairbrother, recently widowed, has had enough of being a dutiful mother, grandmother, friend and neighbour, so she takes a villa in northern Spain, where she resolves to live her life as she wants to for a change. She finds adventure with Marcos, a young, handsome, hot-blooded Spaniard.
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Why should Margaret Fairbrother, recently widowed and in her early fifties, want to abandon her comfortable home, her two daughters, her friends and neighbours, for a remote villa in northern Spain?
Amidst bemusement and objection, Margaret casts off convention and responsibility and heads for the Spanish village where she meets a handful of ex-pats and some colourful local characters. Thus emerges Maggie, a new woman looking for adventure, fulfilment and freedom, which she finds in the most unexpected – and delightful – places.
Drawn by the vibrant, seductive Mediterranean atmosphere, yet pulled by the claims of her family, can she really escape the ties of the past? Exactly who, and what, is she running from? Maggie's odyssey is one of laughter, excitement, tragedy and even danger, showing her that life is still full of surprises, whoever or wherever you are…
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Ann Stevens has written numerous short stories for women’s magazines for which she has won various prizes. She is a full-time writer and lives near Exeter in Devon.
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