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Missing You Already (2008)

Working at the railway station in Pennick, Kitty Fulton's job is more than just basic administration; she also helps to reunite owners with their lost items. Her life is seemingly a replica to her job - as she painfully struggles to deal with her mother's forgetfulness due to Alzheimer; May can never seem to remember the things she does or the faces of the people she loves. Kitty decides to take her mother on a trip to Egypt as a way to escape the harsh realities of her illness and her feelings for Dan, a childhood friend who has become her friend's husband. When another tragedy strikes her down, Kitty is left grieving in solitude - as her mother fails to understand her loss, another man appears in her life. A heartbreaking and realistic portrayal on the effects of Alzheimer, and a touching story on family and love - I especially love the parts where the story is being told from different perspectives. (XT)

Bright Lights And Promises (2007)

Susie Vine, 36, works as an agent at London's leading theatrical agency, Arland and Shaw, rubbing shoulders with both rising stars and famous actors. But this successful career woman longs for love. Most of her spare time is spent with her 12-year-old son Milo who's constantly intimidated by his fellow classmates in school, and her aged mother Valerie, who can't seem to get over her ex-husband. When a man from her past comes back into Susie's life unexpectedly, she wonders if she made the right decision years ago. This book was a disappointing read compared to the author's other books - the plot was pretty predictable and the storyline difficult at times to follow. (XT)

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