Not a Word

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Since Niall split up with his partner years before, he hasn’t had much to do with anyone and that has suited him just fine. He has his dog, Zen, for company. Zen doesn’t care that Niall can’t get through an entire sentence without stuttering. Zen is all Niall needs…until the day a new neighbour moves in next door. Zak is twenty-three years Niall’s junior, bubbly, gregarious and never shuts up. More

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About Dawn Sister

Dawn is from the North East of England. Her life is spent juggling. The juggling balls are: children, husband, work (occasionally), voluntary work, professional knitting (notice she doesn't class this as work), and writing. When she has time she actually sleeps.

The whole point of writing for Dawn is just to get it all off her chest and out of her head. If she doesn't write it down then she ends up having long conversations with the characters out loud and her husband thinks she's crazy.

"I like chocolate, coffee and donuts, sometimes all at the same time. I love evenings around a campfire singing in the company of good friends. I like listening to the dawn chorus even if I've been awake all night. I like reading stories with characters that are filled with hope even in their darkest hours. I like happy endings."

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Magssavir83 reviewed on on Jan. 15, 2019

Lo ame! El primer libro que leo de esta autora y definitivamente me deja con ganado de más!!!
Tiene varios de los elementos que me encantan en un libro, Un romance de amigos a algo más, Diferencia de edad, un protagonista con problemas emocionales, un toque de comedia y un perro como parte importante de la historia.
Muy recomendable para pasar el rato. Ligero y lindo.
(reviewed 18 days after purchase)
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