Suddenly bereaved, Molly White realises that she has never really known her feisty husband Jake when random boxes begin to appear through the post, each one containing a tantalising clue to the secrets of Jake and Molly’s past. Someone who knows them both well, for reasons of their own, has planned a trail of discovery. The clues seem to be designed to change Molly’s life completely, leading her around Britain and then onwards to rural France and deepest Bavaria.
Meanwhile, waiting in the wings is Tom, a charismatic artist who runs a gallery in the same town. Strong, independent and wheelchair-bound from the age of fifteen, he leads a solitary life and has no idea how devastatingly attractive he is to women. When Tom meets curvy, beautiful and funny Molly, he knows that she is his dream woman, but she seems way out of his orbit until the boxes start to weave their spell and the two of them are thrown right out of their comfort zones.
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“…this is definitely an exceptional story. The story was real and believable, and moved along at a nice pace that held my interest and kept me engaged. A most enjoyable read that I would recommend to anyone.” 5 out of 5, The Jeep Diva
“…a special read as it addresses adult issues in a serious and thought-provoking way. It leaves you weighing your future and questioning your past. It’s a story for adults and takes you on a roller coaster of emotions that keeps you immersed in the story from start to finish. All in all this was a satisfying and inspirational story about living in the here and now and leaving behind the past and I recommend it to those looking for an emotionally engaging read.” Words of Wisdom from the Scarf Princess
“…pulled me in from the start and kept drawing me back every time life interrupted my reading time. The characters were multi-faceted and interesting, the pace steady and the plot twists unexpected. I thoroughly enjoyed Little Boxes and hope to read more of Anderson’s work soon.” 5 out of 5, Carol Burnside