Funny, sad, witty, moving, painful, crazy, glorious, true stories
Love blossomed for Richard Branson when his boat sank
It took a tragedy for Alan Bleasdale to understand the true nature of love.
A starving child taught Cliff Richard what love can do...
And Neil Kinnock's first taste of passion left him stinging hand and a temporary aversion towards pretty girls ...
The rich, the brilliant, the famous and the funny tell us in this enchanting anthology, of how love changed everything for them.
There is the unconditional love of a mother for her sons, the frenzy of first passion, and the unspoken love of a brother for a sister.
From the struggle to discover the meaning of love, to the awesome depth of feeling that comes from the birth of a child ...
This is a heart-warming, uplifting and extraordinary testament to the most glorious of all human emotions.
Acknowledgements by Frankie McGowan, 1993
"Putting this book together has been hard work, lots of fun but undoubtedly it owes much to the input of other people. John and I are truly indebted to all of them for their time, help and support. So, without whom....
Wo each and every one of the contributors to this book, writers, cartoonists and celebrities who understood the message, whoeheartedly supported ROC, and gave so willingly, generously and brilliantly of their time, a long, heartfelt thank you from both of us.
A special thank you to John Blkae for his enthusiasm and terrific support all along the way and for the same reason cheers and thanks in abundance to Cathy, Rosie, Ries, NIck Smurthwaite, Gray Jolliffe, Siobahn Allders and Penney Folerd-Hobbs.
Love and thanks to all of you, and especially to you for buying this book.