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The map that leads to you: J. P. Monninger.

The map that leads to you: J. P. Monninger.
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Adult Fiction Romance   Gunnedah . . Available .  
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ISBN 9780143788386 :
Name Monninger, Joseph author.
Title The map that leads to you J. P. Monninger.
Description 390 pages ; 24 cm.
Notes "Michael Joseph an imprint of Penguin Books"--Title page.
"'Romantic and unforgettable' Nicholas Sparks"--Cover.
First published in the United States by St. Martin?s Press, 2017.
Summary "Love finds us, passes through us, continues. Heather Mulgrew's world has long been mapped out: after graduating she's going to travel abroad with her friends for one last summer of freedom before settling down to begin a great career in the city. What Heather hadn't planned was meeting a handsome stranger on an overnight train from Paris, or for that encounter to change her life. Jack is everything Heather is not. A passionate adventurer, he challenges Heather to abandon her itinerary and join him on a romantic journey through Europe, following a path set out in his grandfather's journal. From the winding canals of Amsterdam to the cobbled streets of Prague, with Jack by her side Heather begins to see the world with new eyes - and question her choices for the future. But as autumn draws nearer, so does their inevitable return to real life. With hundreds of reasons keeping them apart, can they find one to stay together? Or have they been lying to each other all along . . . ?"--Back cover.
Subjects Man-woman relationships
Romance fiction
Secrecy
Young women
Fiction
Young women
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