* A compelling and contemporary love story of family relationships and human nature. An unputdownable, compulsive read.
A compelling and contemporary love story of family relationships and human nature.
When his wife dies of cancer, David's life falls apart. Unable to pick up the pieces, he withdraws from his children, his parents and his work, devoting all efforts to restoring a garden, cultivating an order and beauty he is denied elsewhere.
Forced into a business trip in America, he hits rock bottom and then, through his friendship with an unhappy young boy, he finds the strength to recover and regain a longing for home.
'Perfectly constructed fairytale of loss and recovery interesting family romance' THE TIMES
'A sensitive and compulsive novel His mother should be proud' MAIL ON SUNDAY
'Son of Rosamunde proves he, too, can spin a captivating yarn. This is a total tear-jerker' WOMAN'S JOURNAL
'An ideal read for a lazy winter weekend' WOMAN & HOME
'Written by the son of successful novelist Rosamunde Pilcher this is a fine experiment in "like mother like son" writing.' IRISH NEWS