Like every woman, Kate thought she'd never meet the love of her life... Until she did. But are they destined to be together?
Kate Miller has lived in New York for three long years. Now, with her father ill, it's time to come home and face everything she left behind...
Her friends: Zoe and Francesca, bound to her forever as a result of one day when life changed for them all.
Her family: her adored father and his much younger wife.
The job: she abandoned on a glossy women's magazine.
And, the man she thought was the love of her life, whose heart she has broken.
What really happened before Kate left London? And can she pick up the pieces and allow herself to love life again?
A modern day love story jam-packed with humour, hurt, hope and happiness - so unputdownable you'll cancel your Friday night out to keep reading.
Harriet Evans is the author of five previous novels, Going Home, A Hopeless Romantic, The Love of Her Life, I Remember You and Love Always all of which were bestsellers. She lives in London and now writes full time, having given up her job to do so.