Please Forgive Me

Please Forgive Me

eBook - 2013
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"From the international No 1 bestselling author of A GIFT FROM TIFFANY'S and THE CHARM BRACELET 'Hill continues to line up with her fellow Irish storytellers Marian Keyes, Cathy Kelly and Maeve Binchy with this romantic suspense combo...elevated by the San Francisco scenery, open-topped drive down to Monterey Bay and some tantalising glimpses of the Golden Gate Bridge.' SYDNEY HERALD SUN Leonie was in love and engaged. But now she has fled her beloved Dublin to start again - somewhere no one knows her or the secret she's running from. Settling in to her new home in one of San Francisco's famous Victorian houses, she happens upon a bundle of love letters, all written by a man called Nathan to an unknown woman, and all intriguingly ending with the same three words 'Please forgive me'. Moved by Nathan's heartfelt words, Leonie sets out to uncover the mystery behind the couple and what went wrong between them. If she reunites the letters with their rightful owner, might the love of Nathan's life find it in her heart to forgive him? And along the way, Leonie might just resolve a few forgiveness issues of her own."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Melissa Hill, 2013.
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource.
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May 26, 2010

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[centre]Have you ever dreamed of running away?[/centre]
[centre]Of just leaving the past behind you?[/centre]

[centre] Leonie has done just that. She's moved to another country and got a new job, a new home, a brand new life...[/centre]

[centre]But when she discovers a box of unread love letters in the bottom of her wardrobe, all ending with the words 'please forgive me', she finds herself drawn to the mystery behind them.[/centre]

[centre]Can the unravelling of another person's story help Leonie deal with her own past and her own secrets? All she knows is that she has to try. Because if the couple behind the love letters had a happy ending, then perhaps she just might too. [/centre]


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