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  • Published: 1 September 2010
  • ISBN: 9781407096438
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 432
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Falling Into Place




‘Linda Taylor writes so well and so wisely. Her characters are compelling and she knows how to tell a story with honesty and compassion. When you find yourself sneakily reading when you really shouldn't be, you know it's a good book!' Jill Mansell

When Ginny became pregnant as an undergraduate years ago she never regretted her decision to leave university and raise her daughter as a single mum. Now, though, with nineteen-year-old Marie off travelling in her gap year, a blast from the past brings surprising news that threatens to throw her well-ordered life into disarray...
And then suddenly Ginny's sister, impulsive, free-spirited Charlotte, returns from abroad. She has always prided herself on taking the road less travelled but now, bringing with her a surprise of her own, is she finally ready to settle down? Or does her heart lie somewhere further afield?
And both Ginny and Charlotte are baffled by their mother's behaviour. Surely a woman whose husband has left her for another woman should be displaying more emotion than what Jane exhibits? Is she hiding her grief beneath her calm exterior or could she really be happier living alone?
Everything seems to be falling apart. But maybe it's just falling into place.

  • Pub date: 1 September 2010
  • ISBN: 9781407096438
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 432

About the Author

Linda Taylor

Linda Taylor worked for the Foreign Office in London, Angola and Sri Lanka before teaching in Japan. On her return she read English at Oxford, and taught in language schools in Oxford and London. She now lives in Kent, where she grew up, with her husband and baby son. When her first novel, Reading Between the Lines was published in 1998 it won the RNA New Writer's Award, was selected for WH Smith Fresh Talent and immediately became a Sunday Times top ten bestseller. Her subsequent novels, Going Against the Grain, Beating About the Bush and Rising to the Occasion were published in 1999, 2000 and 2001, to great acclaim. Her last novel Shooting at the Stars was shortlisted for the Parker Romantic Novel of the Year Award.

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Praise for Falling Into Place

“Linda Taylor writes so well and so wisely. Her characters are compelling and she knows how to tell a story with honesty and compassion. When you find yourself sneakily reading when you really shouldn't be, you know it's a good book!”

Jill Mansell

“Insightful and well observed, this is a poignant, funny, evocative, read”

Patricia Scanlan

“If you're going to pick this book up, you'd better tell the rest of the family to be prepared to fend for themselves til you've finished. A Linda Taylor novel is not to be interrupted.”

Chris Manby

“'Funny, original and thought-provoking'”

Katie Fforde

“'Take the phone off the hook and pull up your favourite chair...unputdownable'”

Christina Jones

“'You'll be flipping pages so fast, the breeze will keep you cool on the beach'”

New Woman

“'Fast paced and funny...the perfect summer read'”

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