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I can't believe no one else has reviewed this book. I've never reviewed a book before but feel someone needs to review this one so it might as well be me. This book made me laugh and it made me cry. I can't remember if I've ever cried when reading a harlequin before. The author did a great job of portraying the reality of someone recovering from a brain injury, she used both humor and sympathy. She also dealt realistically with the issues of grief when dealing with the death of a child and spouse.
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Coming from two generations of journalists, writing was in Fiona's genes. She just didn't unscramble the code in her DNA until after she'd tried out a few other creative professions first. Little did she know that all she needed to do was combine her lifelong love of words and reading with her runaway imagination, and she would have a new career. But instead of reporting stories, as her father and grandfather had done, she decided to make them up!
Fiona lives in London with her husband and two daughters, who have inherited her habit of staring off into space, lost in thought. She loves good books, good films and good food, and can always find some room in her diet for chocolate.