How can a memory so vivid be wrong? In the summer of 1986 Robin and Izzie hold hands under The Faerie Tree and wish for a future together. Within hours tragedy rips their dreams apart. In the winter of 2006, each carrying their own burden of grief, they stumble back into each otheras lives and try to create a second chance. But why are their memories of 1986 so different? And which one of them is right? With strong themes of paganism, love and grief, The Faerie Tree is a novel as gripping and unputdownable as Jane Cableas first book, The Cheesemakeras House, which won the Suspense a Crime category of The Alan Titchmarsh Showas Peopleas Novelist competition. It is a story that will resonate with fans of romance, suspense, and folklore.A double bed with a deep pink cover; white fitted wardrobes filling one wall. Some instinct made me want to go in and draw the curtains, but somehow crossing the threshold felt wrong. The twist of pain in my chest for Robin ripped me apart.
|Title||:||The Faerie Tree|
|Publisher||:||Troubador Publishing Ltd - 2015-03-28|