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The Book of Love

ISBN: 9780008221331
€17.55
`Open this book only if you are prepared to forever leave a piece of your heart between its pages' Anstey Harris, author of The Truths and Triumphs of Grace Atherton `My book of the year' Claire Allan
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`Open this book only if you are prepared to forever leave a piece of your heart between its pages' Anstey Harris, author of The Truths and Triumphs of Grace Atherton
`My book of the year' Claire Allan
`You'll cry. You'll love. You'll wonder. This is a book you will remember. I loved it mightily' Anna McPartlin

One love. Two people. Twenty Years.



From the moment they met, Erin and Dom loved each other too much, too quickly. Everyone said it wouldn't last. But they knew differently.


A wedding present, a notebook, brings them together through the good times and the bad. On the blank pages of their love story, they write down everything they can't always say - the secrets, the heartbreak, the highs and lows. It's where they see the best and worst of each other.


Falling in love is easy but staying in love is where the story begins...



This is the Book of Love




Praise for Fionnuala Kearney:



`An absolutely wonderful story of life, love and loss. A genuine heartfelt book of love' Mel Sherrat


`Incredibly moving' Susan Lewis


`An author who just keeps on getting better and better' Claudia Carroll


`The Book of Love is truly a book of joy. A book of grief. A book of great sensitivity. A beautifully written book. A book that I will not forget for a very long time. I adored it' Louise Beech

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`Open this book only if you are prepared to forever leave a piece of your heart between its pages' Anstey Harris, author of The Truths and Triumphs of Grace Atherton
`My book of the year' Claire Allan
`You'll cry. You'll love. You'll wonder. This is a book you will remember. I loved it mightily' Anna McPartlin

One love. Two people. Twenty Years.



From the moment they met, Erin and Dom loved each other too much, too quickly. Everyone said it wouldn't last. But they knew differently.


A wedding present, a notebook, brings them together through the good times and the bad. On the blank pages of their love story, they write down everything they can't always say - the secrets, the heartbreak, the highs and lows. It's where they see the best and worst of each other.


Falling in love is easy but staying in love is where the story begins...



This is the Book of Love




Praise for Fionnuala Kearney:



`An absolutely wonderful story of life, love and loss. A genuine heartfelt book of love' Mel Sherrat


`Incredibly moving' Susan Lewis


`An author who just keeps on getting better and better' Claudia Carroll


`The Book of Love is truly a book of joy. A book of grief. A book of great sensitivity. A beautifully written book. A book that I will not forget for a very long time. I adored it' Louise Beech

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