By Euro Weekly News Media • 16 March 2012 • 9:46
ALL that Celine, a girl without guile, wants is a happy family life but she soon awakens from her dream of marital bliss when she discovers that James, her selfish, egotistical husband, has a dark secret.
Her life takes a new turn when she returns to England from Hong Kong brokenhearted, and joins an art class.
This leads her on a fresh path of discovery, not only of her true self, but of friendship and trust. When Nick, an old flame, returns to her life she is compelled to make some life changing decisions.
Author Sue Cross was born in Cheshire, England and has lived in Hong Kong, Mauritius, Australia and Spain. She is a frequent visitor to southern Spain.
After running a skin care company for over twenty years she retired and decided to write.
In addition to ‘Tea at Sam’s’, Sue has written a series of short stories, a memoir and a couple of children’s books which, as yet, she has not tried to publish.
She is working on a sequel to Tea at Sam’s as she feels that the characters have more to tell us in the next stage of their lives.
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