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Second hand heart / Catherine Ryan Hyde.

By: Hyde, Catherine Ryan.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : Black Swan, 2010Description: 472 pages ; 20 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780552776622 (pbk.); 0552776629 (pbk.).Subject(s): Heart -- Transplantation -- Patients -- Fiction | Donation of organs, tissues, etc. -- Fiction | Widowers -- FictionGenre/Form: Romance fiction.DDC classification: HYD
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Originally published: London: Black Swan, 2010.
Subject: Nineteen year old Vida has spent the whole of her short life preparing for her death. Richard has just lost his beloved wife, Lorrie, in a car accident. These two characters are bound by a heart, Lorrie's heart, which is transplanted into Vida's chest. When Vida meets and declares she loves Richard, calling it love at first sight, Richard dismisses her as a foolish child. But is it more than this? Is it possible love can live on in a donated heart?
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One girl- Vida is nineteen, very sick, and has spent her short life preparing for death. But a new chance brings its own story, because for Vida to live, someone had to die.One man- Richard has just lost his beloved wife in a car accident. He hasn't even begun to address his grief, but feels compelled to meet the girl who inherited his wife's heart.Someone else's heart- In hospital Vida sees Richard and immediately falls in love. Of course he dismisses her as a foolish child. But is she? Can two people be bound by a second hand heart?

"She's been given a chance to live. But does she know how?" -- Cover.

Originally published: London: Black Swan, 2010.

Nineteen year old Vida has spent the whole of her short life preparing for her death. Richard has just lost his beloved wife, Lorrie, in a car accident. These two characters are bound by a heart, Lorrie's heart, which is transplanted into Vida's chest. When Vida meets and declares she loves Richard, calling it love at first sight, Richard dismisses her as a foolish child. But is it more than this? Is it possible love can live on in a donated heart?

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