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Meet Me on the Beach: An emotional drama of love and friendship to warm your heart

Hilary Boyd

3 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Exploring the conflict between love, duty, faith - a gripping romantic drama from the bestselling author of Thursdays in the Park

Where do you run when your heart's breaking all the rules?

When pillar-of-the-community Harry Stewart dies of a sudden heart attack, the whole village is devastated - except for his wife Karen, the only one who really knew the abusive alcoholic Harry had become.

Suddenly freed from this oppressive marriage, Karen is nonetheless wracked with guilt about the circumstances of her husband's death, and sees the presence of her spoiled step-daughter, Sophie, as a suitable purgatory. Her only comfort in her grief and isolation is William, the sympathetic local vicar.

As Karen shares her secret, William's listening ear soon becomes a shoulder to cry on, and before long Karen realises she is falling in love. But William has a wife and teenaged daughter, not to mention a parish to watch over - and be watched by.

As the pressure becomes too much to bear, Karen flees to the seaside and to Mike Best's beach cafe. But when William suddenly turns up again in her life, can they persuade each other to take one final leap of faith together?

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Praise for Meet Me on the Beach: An emotional drama of love and friendship to warm your heart

  • Boyd is as canny as Joanna Trollope at observing family life - and better than Trollope at jokes - Daily Mail

  • Poignant, well-observed and wonderfully written ... a heartstring-puller - Closer (on Tangled Lives)

  • A smart emotional drama, you will race through this - Daily Mirror (on A Most Desirable Marriage)

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Hilary Boyd

Hilary Boyd trained as a nurse at Great Ormond Street Hospital, then as a marriage guidance counselor. After a degree in English Literature at London University in her thirties, she moved into health journalism, writing a Mind, Body, Spirit column for the Daily Express. She published six non-fiction books on health-related subjects before turning to fiction and writing a string of bestsellers, starting with Thursdays in the Park. Hilary is married to film director/producer Don Boyd and lives near Chichester, West Sussex.

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