Tracing the path back to love
By Jessica Thompson
Learning to love again.
Ben Lawrence seems to have it all - the hot job, the flashy car, the luxurious apartment. But one tragic day in his past mars his future.
Since the events of that day he hasn't truly got close to anyone.
He made a promise that love was the price he would pay for his mistakes.
When Effy Jones - a bright, ambitious charity founder - walks into the PR firm where Ben works, neither realise that their lives are about to be turned upside down.
Paper Swans tells of how love can conquer all, and how when everything is broken one person can help to put the pieces together...
Jessica Thompson is an author living in London.
Born in Yorkshire in the late eighties, she then lived in France and Kent, before moving to the big city she loves so much.
Her very first 'novel', written in her early teens, is so old it was stored on a floppy disc. She spent most of her childhood reading her latest poems and stories to her long-suffering but inspirational parents, who encouraged her to continue sharpening her skills as a writer.
This passion for writing continued and flourished, and she eventually trained to become a reporter with the National Council for the Training of Journalists. She was a reporter for two major newspaper groups for six years, before working in charity communications and digital marketing while writing novels.
Jessica loves singing, running, eating out and spending time with friends. She is currently studying with the Open University.
To find out more you can visit Jessica's website http://jessicathompsonbooks.com/, her Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jessica-Thompson-books/251309534929956?fref=ts or follow her on twitter @Jthompsonauthor
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31 Jul 2014
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...a lovely and breath-taking book and I loved every single page. — The Dark Dictator Blog
This book is another wonderful story from one of my favourite authors, it's a sweetly written tale about love but also focuses on the subjects of mental health and poverty and handles both topics beautifully. A highly recommended and heartwarming book. — Handwritten Girl Blog
A very modern romance, this is a sweet, witty and likeable love story — Sunday Mirror
You'll want to take notes so you can tame your own commitment-phobe next time. — Now
Ebook of the month (August 2014) — Tatler