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Losing You

Susan Lewis

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Published by Century, part of Cornerstone Publishing

Format: Hardback


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EAN: 9781846059506
Published: 16 Feb 2012


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Two lives. Two families. One tragedy.

Lauren Scott is bright, talented and beautiful. At eighteen, she is the most precious gift in the world to her mother, and has a dazzling career ahead of her.

Oliver Lomax is a young man full of promise, despite the shadow his own, deeply troubled, mother casts over him.

Then one fateful night, Oliver makes a decision that tears their worlds apart.

Until then Lauren and Oliver had never met, but now they become so closely bound together that their families are forced to confront truths they hoped they'd never have to face, secrets they'd never even imagined...

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What the critics say

She writes from the heart in a way that gets under the skin of her characters so you can hear them breathe, feel their pulse and share in their emotions. A rare gift, and one she shares with American writer Jodi Picoult whose books are as much human interest as romance.
- Peterborough Evening Telegraph

About the Author

Susan Lewis is the bestselling author of twenty-six novels. She is also the author of Just One More Day and One Day at a Time, the moving memoirs of her childhood in Bristol. Having resided in France for many years she now lives in Gloucestershire. Her website address is www.susanlewis.com

Susan is a supporter of the childhood bereavement charity, Winston's Wish: www.winstonswish.org.uk and of the breast cancer charity, BUST: www.bustbristol.co.uk

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