Until You Come Back To Me

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
A wonderfully moving story about the renewal of love and hope in the random events of life.Dealing with loss and trauma, recovery and growth, it is an evocative love story, set in London, Paris and the South of France.
Delicately written, thoughtful and realistic, this is a story of life and death, of relationships and most of all about love and renewal. More

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Words: 55,260
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301541126
About N R Leacock

I started writing because I wanted to write a book that takes the reader on a journey and makes them feel; that allows the reader to be a part of other people's lives and gain new experiences through fiction.

My early career was spent in business which is a far cry from writing you might say- but it was still about people and how they relate to one another or customers. Writing a book is similar in that it is about how people relate to one another in different circumstances. I enjoy the creative process and if my work moves the reader then I feel that I have accomplished something worthwhile.

My second book, 'The Murderer's Tale' is to be published on 20th December 2013.

I have also written a play about identity, built a website helping single people to find vacations and in my spare time some work to help a major children's charity in the UK.

I live in North London, England

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Reviews

Review by: zen on April 23, 2014 :
A great book but oh so heartbreaking.
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Review by: Helen Barefoot on Sep. 29, 2013 :
This is a touching and moving story. The descriptive and realistic prose enables a strong connection with the character of David and the story, which at times tugs at the heartstrings, delivers many moments of beauty and romance. The asynchronous timeline takes the reader on a journey through David's past and introduces us to the key ladies within his life. The book was a joy to read and I look forward to N Leacock's next work.
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Review by: Kristy Hoover on March 13, 2013 :
Break out the box of tissues! This love story pulls you in through well crafted words that paint the scenes in your mind's eye. The style is reminiscent of The Time Traveler's Wife. I highly recommend this book, but be warned...if you've lost someone it can be hard to get through emotionally. Thumbs up!
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