The Codes of Love
- Author: Hannah Persaud
- Paperback: 320 pages
- Publisher: Muswell Press (5 Mar. 2020)
- Language: English
Ryan and Emily appear to have it all, successful jobs, a beautiful house and the secret to a happy marriage. A secret that involves certain ‘rules’.
Beneath the surface trouble is brewing in the shape of Ada. Whimsical, free spirted and beholden to no-one, she represents the freedom Emily s been striving for and the escape that Ryan didn’t know he wanted. As they are separately (and secretly) drawn to her, things start to unravel. The rules are still the rules, to be taken seriously, not to be broken…
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About Hannah Persaud:
Hannah Persaud was born in Yorkshire and lived in Devon, Nepal, India, and Canada before settling in Stroud in the Cotswolds where she now lives with her husband, children, and dogs. She spends much of her time freezing in a writing hut at the bottom of her garden and writes short stories, poetry, and novels. The Codes of Love is her first published novel.
In the past, she has won Inktears Short Story Contest, The Fresher Writing Prize and Flash500, and has been listed & placed in numerous short story competitions including the V. S. Pritchett Short Story Prize, the Royal Academy & Pin Drop Short Story Award, Fish Short Story Prize, Magic Oxygen Literary Prize, The Brighton Prize, The Cambridge Short Story Prize, and The Exeter Story Prize.
When not writing, Hannah is mainly wandering the woods with her dogs, wild swimming, running, reading, and drinking wine (not simultaneously).
Hannah is represented by Laura Macdougall of United Agents. More information about Hannah can be found on her website http://www.hannahpersaud.com – and she tweets from @HPersaud.
Keep a lookout for my review on this book. Thank you Muswell Press for providing me an ebook of the same.