A Message to Your Heart Paperback
by Niamh Greene
Niamh Greene's delightful fifth novel "A Message to Your Heart" is an intriguing and heart-warming story for fans of the wise humour of Catherine Alliott and the modern day fairytales of Cecelia Ahern.
Throw in Niamh's unique brand of heart-warming storytelling and readers are in for a real treat.
Frankie Rowley is far too practical to believe in karma or fate ...and her family and friends reckon that work-obsessed Frankie's strongest relationship is with her phone. (And why not? At least it never judges her for cancelling dinner for the umpteenth time.) When she loses that precious phone on a business trip to San Francisco, Frankie is forced to hire a replacement.
Soon she's getting texts meant for someone else - a woman called Aimee who seems like a lot of fun, and whose family clearly loves to keep in touch - and whose presence in her life is the last thing Frankie needs.
Frankie goes on the warpath, but she is in for some surprises when she blunders into Aimee's world. And the biggest surprise of all is how your life can be changed forever by losing a phone.
Frankie may not believe in karma or fate, but suddenly it looks like they've got her number ...Praise for Niamh's previous titles: "Brilliantly astute". ("OK! Magazine"). "Very funny". ("Heat"). "Greene's wicked sense of humour provides much needed relief in these recessionary times". ("Irish Independent"). "This author is capable of being very very funny". ("Sunday Independent"). "Hilariously written but anchored in real life, this will keep you laughing all the way". ("Woman"). "You'll love this tale of wrong turns, romance and reinvention". ("Daily Record"). "A Message to Your Heart" is a story of two women, two phones, a lot of crossed wires and a life changed forever that will go straight to readers' hearts just like Niamh previous bestselling novels, including the award-nominated "Secret Diary of a Demented Housewife".
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 368 pages
- Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
- Publication Date: 25/10/2012
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9780241951972
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