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More Than Love Letters

Rosy Thornton

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

An irresistibly sweet love story that demonstrates that mixing politics with passion isn't necessarily a bad thing.

When Richard Slater receives a letter of complaint from one of his constituents, a Margaret Hayton, he merely responds with his standard letter of empty promises. Clearly, this woman is insane and must be avoided at all costs. But she will not be dismissed so easily, and when Richard finally sets eyes on the 'twenty-something vision in stone-washed denim, with a cloud of dark ringlets and huge, serious eyes' he risks losing his heart, his head and quite possibly his political career.

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Rosy Thornton

Rosy Thornton grew up in Ipswich and studied law at Cambridge University. She stayed on to do a Ph.D. and has been a lecturer there ever since. Rosy lives in a village near Cambridge with her husband, their two daughters and a springer spaniel called Treacle.

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