Passion, the Yorkshire moors, a wild and handsome stranger . . . sound familiar? When Robert arrives in town with his dark good looks and mysterious background, Emily has a huge crush! It's almost enough to take her mind off this year's school play . . . miserable, wailing Wuthering Heights. But Robert is no prince, with his black moods and fierce temper. The beautiful untamed moors would be the perfect backdrop to their fiery romance, if only Emily could work it out. On stage or off stage, will Emily ever be the Cathy to his Heathcliff?
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Kay Woodward is one of the funniest British authors out there. - Wondrous Reads
Shuffle along Jacqueline Wilson, this author knows what teens actually do these days. - ComaCalm's Corner
Perfect summer holiday reading - a sweet, dramatic and funny re-telling of Wuthering Heights. - Chicklish
The intended audience is 12+, and I'm way past that, but I was still hooked. It's a good read, a must-read for Brontëites, and could work as an easy introduction into Emily Brontë's original. - The Squeee
A very fun read that will appeal to younger teenagers . . . quirky and humorous. - Daisy Chain Book Reviews
Kay Woodward has a unique style of humour and wit to her writing, with some genuinely laugh out loud moments. Wuthering Hearts is a feel good, heart warming gentle romcom and I loved it. - Heaven, Hell and Purgatory
A funny, enjoyable and thoroughly entertaining book. - The Bookster
Kay Woodward's writing is fun and witty - I really loved it. - I Want to Read That
I desperately didn't want this book to end, it was fantastic and really funny! - The Mile Long Bookshelf
The characters were so approachable and real, it's actually made me want to give Wuthering Heights another go. - Readaraptor
I give this 9/10! - Nayu's Reading Corner
Kay Woodward's witty, humorous and never patronising prose is still in full swing. Who could resist it? - BrontëBlog
One for younger teens and tweens . . . romance with lots of allusions to the classic Wuthering Heights. - The Bookbag
A short snappy read which should have you wanting to read both Emily Bronte's classic and Kay Woodward's previous book, Jane Airhead. - Teenage Fiction For All Ages
Full of fun, budding romance and humour, another hit title from the author of Jane Airhead and Skate School. - TBK Magazine
Thoroughly enjoyable and entertaining. - Armadillo Magazine
A romp of a novel with school, drama and badly behaved teens all featuring strongly. - LoveReading4Kids
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Kay Woodward was born in Barrow-in-Furness, and attended the University of Brighton where she studied for a BA in Applied Language. She writes under both her maiden name, Kay Barnham, and her married name, Kay Woodward. She is an established author, famous for writing many Frederick Warne Flower Fairies titles, as well as books for the BBC, Puffin and Scholastic. Her first teen-novel, Jane Airhead, published by Andersen Press in 2009. She now lives in Hampshire with her husband and daughter.