Dancing Till Midnight: A powerful and moving saga of adversity and survival

Hachette UK
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A woman's struggle to leave the past behind, and find true happiness.

Rosie Goodwin, the bestselling author of Mothering Sunday and The Little Angel, and ebook No. 1 bestseller No One's Girl, writes a moving saga of love, hope and ultimate fulfilment. Perfect for fans of Nadine Dorries and Cathy Sharp.

'Sincerity, warmth and the all too rare skills of a storyteller shine through Rosie Goodwin's writing' - Gilda O'Neill

Life has been cruel to Grace Collins. Orphaned as a child, she is raised by her severely religious aunt, Emily. Starved of love, she falls for the first man who shows her affection, Barry Swan. And when Grace falls pregnant, Emily disowns her. Barry and Grace marry and, for a while, she knows happiness. Barry adores her and is a wonderful father, but Grace feels that something is missing. When Barry indulges her passion for ballroom dancing, the gap seems to be filled - until she meets Philip Golding. He sweeps Grace off her feet, showing her what she believes is a better way of life. But as he draws her into a web of deceit, she discovers that all that glitters is not gold...

What readers are saying about Dancing Till Midnight:

'After reading a number of Rosie Goodwin's novels I have come to expect 4 things.
1. Rosie's novels are page turners. You WILL be fighting sleep in order to read another chapter.
2. Good twists that are unexpected and usually kept to the end.
3. The characters are well rounded, real and you really do care about them. Even the 'bad guys' become so wicked and evil that you're wanting to take justice into your own hands! You're so keen to see them get what they deserve.
4. A damn good story.'

'This contains all of Goodwin's trademarks: a gripping story, a fair few twists and turns, and characters that you really care about. Here is a writer who puts their heart and soul into every single word. Dancing Till Midnight is one of those books that will have you reading "just one more chapter", even though you know you should turn off the light. You have been warned!'

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About the author

Rosie Goodwin's first book, The Bad Apple, was published in 2004 by Headline. Since then she has gone on to write many more classic and contemporary sagas. She is also the first author in the world to be allowed to follow three of Catherine Cookson's trilogies with her own sequels. Before becoming a published author, Rosie worked in Social Services. She is now amongst the top 100 most borrowed UK authors and her books regularly appear in the Bookseller's 'Heatseekers' charts. Rosie has children and lives in Warwickshire with her husband and her four Shihtzus.
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Publisher
Hachette UK
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Published on
Dec 23, 2010
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Pages
345
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ISBN
9780755382637
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Features
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Sagas
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Content Protection
This content is DRM protected.
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