/ Key title The warm and sexy new novel from the bestselling author of Love Rules and Home Truths. / Home Truths was a no. 2 bestseller in the Original Fiction chart. / It has sold over 200,000 copies. / Freya North has carved out a niche for herself writing fun, sexy, women's fiction and is one of the biggest names in the area. / Key title for summer reading promotions. / Major publicity campaign for this media-friendly author. / Competition: Jane Green, Marian Keyes, Catherine Alliott.
By Freya North
Praise for Home Truths: 'An engrossing emotional drama that's sure to feature on best-seller lists.' Eve 'You'll laugh, cry, then laugh some more.' Company 'If you like chick-lit with a generous side-helping of sex, you'll devour this. An eye-poppingly sexy start leads into a family reunion laced with secrets. Tangled mother/daughter relationships unravel and tantalising family riddles keep you glued to the end.' Cosmopolitan 'Freya North manages to strike a good balance between drama, comedy and romance, and has penned another winner in Home Truths!touching, enjoyable.' Heat More praise for Freya North: 'Freya North has matured to produce an emotive novel that deals with the darker side of love -- these are real women with real feelings.' She 'Tantrums, tarts, tears and text-sex!what's not to love about this cautionary tale for true romantics?' Heat 'A distinctive storytelling style and credible, loveable characters!an addictive read that encompasses the stuff life is made of: love, sex, fidelity and, above all, friendship.' Glamour
A couple gets a second chance at love in this contemporary romance set in London. Jewelry designer Petra Flint is surprised to hear a song on the radio written by Arlo Savidge, the boy she once sweetly loved. Arlo, now a music teacher, also hears the song and is reminded of Petra. When their paths cross and they reconnect, their reminiscing blossoms into a new, deeper, more meaningful romance, but their happiness is threatened by the secrets that they try to keep from each other. The slow-building story, inconsistent writing style, and mishmash of random topics-music, sleepwalking, tanzanite-make it hard to initially connect with the characters, but readers who make the effort will be rewarded with a sentimental and satisfying story. (July) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.