Love, Iris (2018)

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Did you ever have a secret you knew would change everything? Tess's happy childhood memories are mostly of the grandmother who helped raise her. And now she has a secret to tell Iris - one which will turn so many lives upside down. But how can you confide your future in someone who barely remembers her past? Tess knows everything is about to change. What she doesn't know is that chance will lead her into the lives of two strangers - and uncover her grandmother's secret from the past. A secret which will illuminate her own future . . . An uplifting, unforgettable story about keeping secrets, taking chances and finding happiness where you least expect it. 

 Did you ever have a secret you knew would change everything? Tess's happy childhood memories are mostly of the grandmother who helped raise her. And now she has a secret to tell Iris - one which will turn so many lives upside down. But how can you confide your future in someone who barely remembers her past? Tess knows everything is about to change. What she doesn't know is that chance will lead her into the lives of two strangers - and uncover her grandmother's secret from the past. A secret which will illuminate her own future . . .

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AuthorElizabeth Noble
PublisherMichael Joseph
PlaceLondon
Year2018
ISBN9780718155407
BindingPaperback
ConditionVery Good
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