Little Wishes

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Orion Publishing Group, Limited, Mar 18, 2021 - First loves - 352 pages
It's never too late to chase a love you lost... It has been fifty years since Elizabeth fell in love with Tom, and just as many since she last saw him. She is still in love with him, and is sure he still loves her too, thanks to the small blue crocus delivered to her doorstep every year in line with a promise he once made. She has kept every little note bound to those flowers, each written as a wish for the life they could have shared. But when on the 50th anniversary the blue flower fails to arrive, she fears something has happened to the love of her life. For the first time in almost half a century, she endeavours to find out what has happened to Tom; to find out whether the love they once shared can possibly be rekindled? Faced with the knowledge that they have only a little time left, she vows to fulfil as many of his wishes as she can. But Elizabeth is scared that her efforts risk uncovering the shameful secret she has been keeping her whole life... Can she continue to hide the truth, or will she have the courage to finally make their dreams come true?

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I've read quite a few books with second chance romance plots and I'm impressed the author came up with an interesting setup for Little Wishes. I enjoyed the story and characters but wish it had left ... Read full review

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For some, a soulmate is met while young. This happens with Elizabeth and Tom, but they have so many hurdles in their way. In a small village in the English countryside, everyone knows everyone, rumors ... Read full review

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About the author (2021)

Michelle Adams is the author of two psychological thrillers published by Headline which have been translated into 15 languages. Currently based in Cyprus, she works full-time as a writer, and part-time as a scientist.

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