Playing My Love by Angela Peach

"I'd never believed in love at first sight. I mean, it had never happened to me, so I guess I just didn't think about it. But then...


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by Angela Peach

Darcy. Beautiful, kind, intelligent Darcy, who showed me a whole new meaning to the word love, and how to live when I thought there was nothing to live for.

While teaching me how to play the guitar a deep friendship developed between us, but it only made me want what I couldn't have...or could I? Faced with difficult times and hard choices, Darcy becomes a crucial element in my life.

I'm hiding something from her though. Something big that could destroy all the trust we've built.

Was it love at first sight? No.

It was so much more. "

 

"5* brilliance.Funny, touching and incredibly clever." Kiki Archer

“Guaranteed to play your heartstrings. " Planet London

An International Best Seller that has everyone talking.

 

ABOUT ANGELA PEACH

From as young as I can remember, I wanted to write novels and penned my 1st one at the tender age of 11, only for my English teacher to 'lose' it. It was a further 24 years before I managed to write my next one, a sci-fi murder-mystery called '47' which is currently with Shadoe Publishing. This was swiftly followed by 'The Blurring' which went to Number 1 on the les-fic charts within 12 hours of being released, and my darkest novel 'In Reflection.' However, 'Playing My Love' went straight to the top of the lesbian-fiction charts where it stayed for 6 weeks, also reaching the Number 1 spot in USA, Canada and Australia, and has received extremely mixed reviews for the Alternate Endings!

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