Where The West Wind Blows
Nothing lasts forever, only death.
When bereavement turns Fiona Japp’s life upside down she cannot find her way forward. Abandoning her career, her home and her past, she escapes to a tiny hamlet on the Welsh coast, where her anguish is diluted in the rain, blown by the winds and finally extinguished by a suffering even greater than her own.
Where the West Wind Blows is a story of loss, mental collapse and healing, proving that there really is life after sudden death.
Set amid the splendid scenery of the west coast of Wales, the landscape and atmosphere is as dramatic as the story. This short novella will blow you away.
Where the West Wind Blows is a departure for Mary Middleton who is known mainly for her light romance novels. This novella is very different. There is not a muscle-bound billionaire in sight as Mary traces the dark and stormy internal battles of two very different people struggling to come to terms with personal tragedy.
Published: 30 November 2012
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