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When Jennifer moves to a remote Welsh cottage, she falls in love with the solitude and the beautiful landscape. Back in the Victorian age, Arianwen lives a lonely and repressive life in the same isolated cottage, knowing she can never be with the girl she adores. Playing the piano is her only comfort. Yet how can Jennifer hear Arianwen's hymn-playing in her dreams? In this ...more
ebook, 144 pages
Published April 15th 2011 by Embrace Books
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This was a book I got for free on Amazon. The premise was a bit silly, a short story about a ghost and a human falling in love. The beginning was slow and cringe-worthy at times but once you got through that and read the story, rather than the way it was written, it was beautiful. The story touched me and I even cried in the end. I am glad to have read it. Not sure I would recommend it though.
TANWEN COYNE, a young bisexual writer, draws on her Celtic heritage in her writing. The Dreamers is her first published novel. She has been writing from childhood and completed her first novel at the age of ten. She is a Creative Writing student who also writes poetry and scripts. She has a strong fascination with Science Fiction and Fantasy. Exploring character is a driving force behind her work.