A Bird in the Hand by Anne Rooney
  

Synopsis

A Bird in the Hand by Anne Rooney

Immy is all dressed up to go into town with her friends and to accidentally-on-purpose bump into Alastair! On the way, she discovers an injured bird. She can't just leave it, but she doesn't want to miss Alastair, either! Then Adam Green, the scruffy Goth, comes along...Shots from the Heart is a fantastic collection of four romance short stories, each about 1500 words long. Straight from cupid's arrow, this series provides a short, sparkly shot of romance for readers fed up with vampires, magic and sci-fi!

About the Author

Anne Rooney

Anne studied English at Cambridge and began writing fiction and non fiction for children for early years to teens ten years ago. She was longlisted for ther Aventis Science Prize in 2004. Anne lives in Cambridge.

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Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Anne Rooney
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Publisher

Evans Brothers Ltd an imprint of Evans Publishing Group

Publication date

15th September 2012

ISBN

9780237543013


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