Auteur : Hayley DOYLE
Editeur : AVON
Langue étudiée : Anglais
Langue maternelle : Anglais
Date parution : 01/2021
A beautiful read about love, loss, and life - perfect for fans of PS, I Love You and Me Before You.Chloe and Jack are soulmates. But life has other plans...
Chloe is deliriously in love for the very first time. But when Jack, her boyfriend of five months, is killed in a tragic accident, she is left reeling. Their relationship was amazing - but it never really had the chance to get started.
Grieving but determined, Chloe decides to live life for the both of them and makes her way through the list of things they'd planned to do together - this time on her own.A heartwarming read about falling in love and coping with loss, from the author of Never Saw You Coming.Readers have fallen for Love, Almost:'Refreshingly honest, with tears of sadness and tears of laughter from start to finish' Debbie Johnson, author of Maybe One Day'The perfect blend of humour, heartache and hope.
I really enjoyed following the twists and turns of Chloe's journey as she set out to explore what it means to live again after loss' Holly Miller, author of The Sight of You'As heart-breaking as it is life-affirming. Love, Almost is a beautiful and fragile story about the journey through grief and all the might-have-beens' Hannah Sunderland, author of Very Nearly Normal'A beautiful read about life, love and loss - prepare to fall in love with these characters' Woman's Way'Told movingly, but you'll often be laughing through your tears' My Weekly'Hankies at the ready for this one ... a tale of heartache and hope' Woman'Oh my goodness, I absolutely LOVED this story' ***** NetGalley Review'The journey Chloe goes on had me hooked on every page' ***** NetGalley Review'The characters in this book were just so well written, I loved every one of them' ***** NetGalley Review'Full of love, heartache and laughs' ***** NetGalley Review
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Nbr de pages : 400
Poids : 284 gr
ISBN 10 : 0008365776
ISBN 13 : 9780008365776