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Tuesday 4 February 2014

Love Hurts by Carol E. Wyer

I love it when an author jumps out of a cake and surprises you. Well, not literally, of course. Metaphorically speaking. 

Carol is a wonderful writer of light-hearted, funny, witty and entertaining novels and non-fiction books. Her books are like pick-me-ups, and you know you are going to end up smiling and uplifted at the final click.

So, Love Hurts comes along—a selection of five short stories—and not only are you entertained, but you’re pleasantly—very, very pleasantly—amazed by a range of stories you just didn’t expect: a delicious mix of dark, sad, playful and cheering.

Love Hurts looks at how the very many facets of love make people react and the consequences of those reactions: sometimes joyful, sometimes…not. Each story is very different but equally delightful, and I defy anyone to not enjoy this quintet.

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  1. I've been following Carol's blog for some time and find the idea of these stories very intriguing.

  2. I also follow Carol's blog and everything she writes. Having one of her books on the go feels like having a chum round for a girly night in!