The Evening Star
A thoroughly enjoyable and lifelike novel, it can't fail to appeal to the romantic in everyone. The compassion of the characters and the inetnsity of feeling makes it impossible to put down.
Catrin Collier has wonderfully managed to cover all areas of life in the compelling novel, a splendid follow-up to the best-selling Hearts of Gold.
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Maud closed her eyes again, too weak even to voice agreement with Diana. At that moment she would have given every penny that she'd managed to save since September to turn the clock back two years. She wanted to be fourteen again. Curled up in her big, warm, comfortable, flannel-sheeted double bed, a stone foot-warmer at her feet, and her big sister Bethan to soothe and cuddle her.
But Bethan wasn't home, and before she'd be allowed to go to bed she'd have to face her mother. One glance at the apprehension on Diana's face was enough to tell her that she wasn't the only one dreading the encounter.