Live the Dream

ISBN 13: 9780007192472

Live the Dream

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9780007192472: Live the Dream

When friendship becomes love, two people must face their greatest fear - being hurt again! The powerful new besteller from the country's number one storyteller. Luke Hammond: handsome, rich, charismatic, cursed by private tragedy. Amy Maitland: humble and kind with a good - but wounded - heart. When they meet by chance in a cafe run by Amy's best friend Daisy, a spark of love takes hold of their hearts. But neither are sure that they can dare to love again. And what of Luke's public life, hidden from Amy? The owner of a large factory, he is a pillar of the community, married - though in name only. But Luke is also a sensitive and emotional man, whose greatest joy is retreating to his woodland cabin, nestled deep in the Ribble Valley, where he creates powerful paintings. Amy is torn between her head and her heart, but her sense of honour is paramount - and when she discovers his true identity, she is thrown into even greater turmoil. Then disaster strikes the factory - and with it Daisy. Suddenly, the future looks troubled indeed!.

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Josephine Cox was born in Blackburn, one of ten children. At sixteen, Josephine married her husband Ken. When their two sons started school, Josephine went to college and gained a place at Cambridge University. She did not take this up as it would have meant living away from home, but she went into teaching - and started to write her first full-length novel. She won the 'Superwoman of Great Britain' Award at the same time as her novel was accepted for publication.

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Praise for Josephine Cox: 'This latest novel from the nation's biggest-selling saga writer is!.one for true romantics.' You 'Cox's talent as a storyteller never lets you escape the spell.' Daily Mail 'Impossible to resist.' Woman's Realm 'Driven and passionate.' Sunday Times 'Irresistible storytelling.' Books magazine "In true Josephine Cox style, it's the triumph-over-tragedy formula which has proved so successful in her previous novels!She captures the period impeccably!In The Beachcomber she is giving her fans exactly what they expect, a! Heartbeat-style novel which is guaranteed to maintain her appeal.' Express

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