One phone call, out of the blue, leaves Raoul Morales wistfully remembering his childhood sweetheart, Hannah Anderson. The two of them grew up together. Raoul looks back fondly at their time together in Mexico and Scotland, recalling significant memories from his early childhood. Memories of Hannah are very deeply imbedded in his psyche and he yearns to renew a relationship with her.
Raoul’s busy working as an interior designer in Mexico City these days. Should he try to reconnect with Hannah once more? Especially now they live so far apart? This is an exciting and original debut novel by Bea Green, exploring the consequences of having different cultural identities and the difficulties in pursuing relationships when you live far apart from each other. You will be swept into the colourful world of Raoul’s childhood adventures in Mexico and Scotland, and invited to empathise with him as he makes his peace with the past.
About the Author:
Bea Green lives in Edinburgh with her husband and two daughters, having moved there after studying at St Andrews University. As a child she lived for four years in Mexico City with her English father and Spanish mother.