Walking Back To Happiness
By Lucy Dillon
A charming and heartwarming relationship tale from the award winning author of A Hundred Pieces of Me.
Award winning author Lucy Dillon's charming tale of friendships and relationships.
Is Juliet ready to fall in love again?
Juliet's been in hiding. From her family, from her life, but most of all from the fact that Ben's not around anymore.
Her mother Diane has run out of advice. But then she insists Juliet look after her elderly Labrador and it becomes apparent that Coco the dog might actually be the one who can rescue her daughter.
Especially when it leads to her walking dogs for a few other locals too, including a spaniel, Damson, who belongs to a very attractive man...
Before she knows it, Juliet realises she has somehow become the town's unofficial pet-sitter. A job which makes her privy to the lives and secrets of everyone whose animals she's caring for.
But as her first winter alone approaches, she finally begins to wonder if it's time to face up to her own secrets? To start rebuilding her own life? And maybe - just maybe - to fall in love again?
'...witty, heart-warming and a very real tale of loss and redemption' - Stylist
A perfect read for fans of Jojo Moyes and Katie Fforde.
Lucy Dillon was born in Cumbria in 1974. Lucy now divides her time between London and the Wye Valley where she enjoys walking in the Malvern Hills with her basset hounds, Violet and Bonham.
She won the Romantic Novelists' Association Novel of the Year Award in 2010 for Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts, and is the bestselling author of three other novels, The Ballroom Class, Walking Back to Happiness and The Secret of Happy Ever After. Her fifth novel, A Hundred Pieces of Me, is out in 2014.
You can follow her on Twitter @lucy_dillon or on Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Lucy-Dillon/103494059724523.
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09 Dec 2010
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Hodder & Stoughton
I loved this book! Heartwarming, real and entertaining. — Katie Fforde
Warm, fluffy and fun. — Cosmopolitan
Witty, heart-warming and a very real tale of loss and redemption. — Stylist