Ordinary Miracles by Grace Wynne-Jones

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"Funny, heartwarming and special" - Marian Keyes

It only takes ordinary miracles to change your life.

Jasmine Smith: forty next month and not ready for it; married to a man she likes and not prepared to give up on love; smothered by life's mundanity, and yet drawn towards its mystery. She wants the sort of love that makes her feel more alive, she wants wild sex in stalle d lifts with film stars. She wants something else....

Jasmine Smith is in desperate need of a miracle. And with the help of an adventurous school friend, a man called Charlie and a pig called Rosie she is about to find one.

A sharp, funny, moving novel and an exhilarating invitation to step out of quiet desperation and re-discover the magic in life and in love.
 

About Grace Wynne-Jones

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Grace Wynne-Jones grew up in Co. Limerick with her four brothers. Having travelled extensively in Africa and America, she returned to Ireland and settled in Bray, Co. Wicklow. She is the author of Ordinary Miracles (Simon & Schuster/Pocket 1997), which reached number 3 on the Irish Bestseller lists, and Wise Follies (Simon & Schuster/Pocket 1998). She is also a freelance journalist, contributing to the Telegraph, Guardian and Times newspapers
 
Published July 22, 2012 by Accent Press. 280 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality, Children's Books. Fiction

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