The Cure For Love

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The Cure For Love is a romantic comedy (novella) set in Cornwall and London.

The story starts in London. Daisy is broken–hearted when her boyfriend, Sebastian, announces his engagement to Celeste.

Angry and betrayed, Daisy leaves London and heads for a break in Cornwall. The seclusion she seeks is soon disturbed when she meets Jake Wolfe. More

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Words: 37,930
Language: English
ISBN: 9781908072740
About De-ann Black

De-ann Black is a bestselling author, scriptwriter and former newspaper journalist. Traditionally published for over 15 years.

She has over 40 books published, for adults (romance, crime thrillers, espionage/suspense novels) and children (non-fiction rocket science books, children's fiction and picture books).

Her books include Special Forces and crime thriller books - Guile, The Strife of Riley, and Moth to the Flame. Romantic comedies include - The Bitch-Proof Suit, The Cure For Love, and Oops! I'm the Paparazzi.

De-ann's latest children's fiction books are: Secondhand Spooks - December 32nd, Faeriefied, and School for Aliens.

She previously worked as a full-time newspaper journalist for several years. She had her own weekly columns in the press. This included being a motoring correspondent where she got to test drive cars every week for the press for three years.

She is also a professional artist and illustrator. And photographer.

Additionally, De-ann has always been interested in fitness, and was a fitness and bodybuilding champion, 100 metre runner and mountaineer. As a former N.A.B.B.A. Miss Scotland, she had a weekly fitness show on the radio that ran for over three years.

De-ann trained in Shukokai karate, boxing, kickboxing, Dayan Qigong, and Jiu Jitsu.

She splits her time between Scotland, Dublin and London.

Find out more at www.de-annblack.com

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Review by: Mirella Banfi on Jan. 11, 2012 :
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