Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Date: 18th November 2014

Publisher: Accent Press

A story of friendship, loss, and the human heart’s enduring capacity for love…

After the death of her husband in Afghanistan, Kate Hemingway’s world collapses around her. Her free time is spent with a charity for teenage girls, helping them mend their broken lives – which is ironic, since her own life is fractured beyond repair.

Reserved, upper-class journalist Paul Farrell is everything Kate and her teenage charges aren’t. But when Paul agrees to help Kate with her charity, he makes a stunning revelation that changes everything, and leaves Kate torn.

Can she risk her son’s happiness as well as her own?

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About Helena Fairfax

Helena Fairfax was born in Uganda and came to England as a child. She’s grown used to the cold now, and these days she lives in an old Victorian mill town in Yorkshire. After many years working in factories and dark, satanic mills, Helena began writing full-time. Her first novel, The Silk Romance, was a contender for the RNA’s New Writers’ Scheme Award and a runner-up in the Global Ebook Awards, and her work in progress has been shortlisted for the Exeter Novel Prize 2015. When not writing, she walks the Yorkshire moors every day with her rescue dog, and finds this wild landscape the perfect place to dream up her stories.

Author Links

website www.helenafairfax.com

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/HelenaFairfax

Goodreads https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7082986.Helena_Fairfax

Twitter https://twitter.com/HelenaFairfax



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23 thoughts on “A WAY FROM HEART TO HEART by Helena Fairfax”

  1. What do you think of the book cover? . . . . . . . To be perfectly honest, it would not inspire me to read the book as it looks so bland. l suppose l’ve scuppered my chances of winning it now

  2. I don’t think you’ve scuppered your chances. Each to their own. The publisher must have liked it and that’s what counts in the end, I guess.

  3. The colours are nice, done simply, but to be honest it wouldn’t grab my attention in a book shop.

  4. Thanks for stopping by, Shirley. The colours on the cover put me in mind of an autumn evening with the stars and moon peeking through the red, orange and brown leaves.

  5. At first glance I assumed it was a children’s book based on the cover, but the story itself sounds good.

  6. It doesn’t give away many clues as to the content of the book but it’s very pretty nontheless

  7. It does have that look, Laura. The whimsical tree and sky are similar to what you would see on a children’s book. I’ve not read it yet, but it sounds like a great read.

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