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The Flower Arrangement

The Flower Arrangement

Golden peonies bowing their heads beneath blue delphinium bells. Delicate pink anemones threaded between freckled green orchids. Soft apricot roses woven together with velvety purple irises.

Every bouquet tells a story.

And every story begins at Blossom & Grow, a tiny jewel-like flower shop in the heart of Dublin. Here, among the buckets of fragrant blooms, beneath the flickering candles and lanterns, Lara works her magic. Translating feelings into flower arrangements that change hearts and lives.

But what about her own heart? Has she really healed since she lost her chance to be a mother? What will happen when her own story takes a sudden turn?

Can the flowers that heal the customers work their magic on the florist?

Drawing together a delightful cast of characters, Ella Griffin brings her warmth, wit and wisdom to a captivating tale woven around a Dublin florist.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Modern & Contemporary Fiction (post C 1945)

On Sale: 18th June 2015

Price: £13.99

ISBN-13: 9781409145837

Reviews

This beautifully written story explores the joys and sorrows of Lara, who opens a flower shop in the heart of Dublin following the death of her baby son ... it's a gentle and poignant story ... Marian Keyes fans will enjoy this lovely book.
CANDIS
The Flower Arrangement is one of the most charming books I have ever read
REVIEWED THE BOOK
Ella Griffin.. offers an astonishing insight into people. As the tales accumulate and details build up, it becomes clear that this collection of interweaving short stories is a little masterpiece. The writing is exquisite and I cared deeply about the characters.
MARIAN KEYES, GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
A pleasure to read - assured, witty, and highly likeable.. Ideal holiday reading.
IRISH MAIL ON SUNDAY
A charming and moving story.
WEST AUSTRALIAN
'Beautifully interwoven stories, perfect for Maeve Binchy fans.'
Karen Byrom, My Weekly
One of my favourite books of all time
Marian Keyes