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What if you had the chance to find a lost love? Jess still thinks about the man who disappeared from her life seventeen years ago, and the tragedy that tore them apart. So when she discovers a hidden box of letters in her mother's attic, Jess realises that the truth about why he walked away has been kept from her all this time. Jess sets out to follow the faded postmar What if you had the chance to find a lost love? Jess still thinks about the man who disappeared from her life seventeen years ago, and the tragedy that tore them apart. So when she discovers a hidden box of letters in her mother's attic, Jess realises that the truth about why he walked away has been kept from her all this time. Jess sets out to follow the faded postmarks across the country, determined that her journey will bring her closer to him. As each clue falls into place, Jess discovers new things about herself - and the man who once broke her heart. Maybe she can find him. Maybe their love story isn't over. Maybe one day, they will be together again...


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What if you had the chance to find a lost love? Jess still thinks about the man who disappeared from her life seventeen years ago, and the tragedy that tore them apart. So when she discovers a hidden box of letters in her mother's attic, Jess realises that the truth about why he walked away has been kept from her all this time. Jess sets out to follow the faded postmar What if you had the chance to find a lost love? Jess still thinks about the man who disappeared from her life seventeen years ago, and the tragedy that tore them apart. So when she discovers a hidden box of letters in her mother's attic, Jess realises that the truth about why he walked away has been kept from her all this time. Jess sets out to follow the faded postmarks across the country, determined that her journey will bring her closer to him. As each clue falls into place, Jess discovers new things about herself - and the man who once broke her heart. Maybe she can find him. Maybe their love story isn't over. Maybe one day, they will be together again...

30 review for Maybe One Day

  1. 5 out of 5

    Katie B

    Absolutely adored this one. It hit me on so many emotional levels. It’s heartbreaking at times but yet it mentally recharged my batteries. There’s humor, there’s mystery, just so many things. Highly recommend checking this book out. Full review coming soon.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Susanne Scott

    This book completely shattered me, I was a blubbering mess from early on and right the way through to the end. There were times I literally had to stop reading as I couldn’t see for crying. What a heartbreakingly wonderful book. Each new person Jess meets in her quest to find Joe left me with a smile and a tear in my eye. I had no idea of the emotional journey this book was going to take on when I started, whilst there are some funny and light hearted moments, the issues dealt with in this book This book completely shattered me, I was a blubbering mess from early on and right the way through to the end. There were times I literally had to stop reading as I couldn’t see for crying. What a heartbreakingly wonderful book. Each new person Jess meets in her quest to find Joe left me with a smile and a tear in my eye. I had no idea of the emotional journey this book was going to take on when I started, whilst there are some funny and light hearted moments, the issues dealt with in this book are deep, thoughtful and moving. I loved every moment of pain and anguish Jess did and experienced Joes as the story unfolded. I loved the character of Michael, he and Belinda were the perfect balance that this book needed. After reading this book I’m certainly experiencing a book hangover!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Fiction Addition Angela

    Poor Jess discovers after her Mothers death that everything in her life has been a lie. The man she knew in her heart who was the love of her life hadn't really abandoned her but instead her parents had lied to her and told her to carry on with her life without her man. When Grace, her little daughter dies, Jess ends up in hospital having suffered a breakdown. Over time Jess resumes her life only to discover a box of secrets in the attic which had been hidden away for years which she discovers fo Poor Jess discovers after her Mothers death that everything in her life has been a lie. The man she knew in her heart who was the love of her life hadn't really abandoned her but instead her parents had lied to her and told her to carry on with her life without her man. When Grace, her little daughter dies, Jess ends up in hospital having suffered a breakdown. Over time Jess resumes her life only to discover a box of secrets in the attic which had been hidden away for years which she discovers following her Mum's death Loss and grief and lots of emotions as you turn the pages and get lost in the story of this rollercoaster ride. This is not my usual genre but I loved the writing by Debbie Johnson and found myself researching the author with a view to read more of her books. On the day Jess says goodbye to her Mum at her funeral she doesn't realise that her life is about to change as she goes on an adventure with her cousin Michael to discover what really happened in the past. Joining Michael and Jess is a fabulous character called Belinda who as they navigate around Ireland and the UK they trace Joe and discover the life he had - that he had built up a future thinking that Jess didn't want him. Heartwarming and sad at the same time with sprinkle of hope and a glimmer of happiness. I would recommend this read and its characters - it will have you almost reaching for a handkerchief and hoping for an ending that Jess deserves. Thank you for the advance copy.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Gilbey

    As I've read the last few pages I have tears pricking my eyes. I had no real idea just which direction this massive journey would take, I was happy to go with the flow and just see what the author did with the characters. But that ending, it's just right, I couldn't have thought of a more apt way to round up this book, and this massive story of lost love. I've always known Debbie Johnson is a fabulous author, but this book seems to have catapulted her to a whole new level, I really had no idea w As I've read the last few pages I have tears pricking my eyes. I had no real idea just which direction this massive journey would take, I was happy to go with the flow and just see what the author did with the characters. But that ending, it's just right, I couldn't have thought of a more apt way to round up this book, and this massive story of lost love. I've always known Debbie Johnson is a fabulous author, but this book seems to have catapulted her to a whole new level, I really had no idea what to expect from the book, the blurb gives an idea but thankfully doesn't touch the surface of just what's inside the covers. And because I went into this story with blind faith that I knew I loved the author and thus would be happy with whatever was written, I really do think the less you know about the specifics the better. In a nutshell Jess discovers just after her mother's death that most of her recent life has been a lie, and that the love of her her life didn't abandon her. After some thought she decides she will do he best to track down Joe despite very little info. On one level it is a group of three unlikely people going on potentially a wild goose chase of a road trip. On another level its a story that take in assorted tough topics including grief, and mental health. We also get to see how one man can have an impact on so many people's lives in different ways. It's a story full of hope, as we learn not only just what happened all those years ago that lead to Jess and Joe no longer being in each others lives, and we learn just what they have been up to in the years since. It's a rather emotional book, but at the same time, its a book that is filled with love. Love shown in many different ways but most certainly of love. Pretty much nothing I can say will be able to do this story justice, just trust me, especially if you have enjoyed books on my recommendations in the past, that this is a special book and needs to be read. Currently I would put this right up in my top books of 2020. Thank you to Orion and Netgalley for this copy which I have reviewed honestly and voluntarily.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Shaz Goodwin

    https://www.jerasjamboree.co.uk/roman... Jess has (mostly) lived her life by her parent’s rules. She’s stayed within the routines and doing what ‘should’ be done. Her life after Joe feels very saturnine and predictable, not engaging with life or emotions (for obvious reasons)… until her mother’s death and the finding of the hidden box of letters and postcards in the attic. This opens up a gateway for Jess to start remembering and opening herself up to opportunities and emotions. But she doesn’t d https://www.jerasjamboree.co.uk/roman... Jess has (mostly) lived her life by her parent’s rules. She’s stayed within the routines and doing what ‘should’ be done. Her life after Joe feels very saturnine and predictable, not engaging with life or emotions (for obvious reasons)… until her mother’s death and the finding of the hidden box of letters and postcards in the attic. This opens up a gateway for Jess to start remembering and opening herself up to opportunities and emotions. But she doesn’t do it alone, she has Belinda and Michael by her side. They’re both fabulous characters and bring so many emotions to the story. From Jess’ reflections/flashbacks we meet her as she starts rebelling at the age of 16 and other key points in her life. From Joe’s letters and the people Jess meets on her quest to find out more about his life, a picture builds of the type of person he is. His messages to Jess (how to be brave and more!) are heart-warming. I loved them both! Jess learning to break those parental expectations is a slow process and I cheered her on every step of the way. I didn’t know if we would ever get to meet Joe – I loved the suspense – and thoroughly enjoyed walking beside Jess, Michael and Belinda as they follow in his footsteps. Those footsteps take us to Ireland, Cornwall, London and New York. Debbie Johnson’s writing brings these places to life with their sights, sounds, smells and tastes. I applauded and whooped at the incident in school when Jess takes her first stand. I cried big, ugly tears when Belinda shared with Michael. I also cried when Jess finally reads her mother’s letter. And more big, ugly tears at the ending. I really didn’t expect that! There are so many positives as Jess powers through obstacles and questions her habitual responses. Belinda and Michael brought amusement and laughter (loved their banter!). I can guarantee you won’t be able to hold your emotions in check. Maybe One Day is more than a quest to find a lost love. It’s about family and friendships and putting others before yourself. It’s about overcoming childhood issues to be the best that you can be. Highly recommended!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Alison

    Where to start? First, while I really enjoyed this, it is not your typical Debbie Johnson novel which really threw me because I kept expecting the novel to be something it isn't. Jess returns to the family home after her mother's funeral and discovers that for the past 17 years her parents have deliberately hidden letters and cards from her first love, Joe, addressed to her. Her sense of betrayal is only surpassed by her need to find Joe, to assure him that she didn't ignore him, to see if the sp Where to start? First, while I really enjoyed this, it is not your typical Debbie Johnson novel which really threw me because I kept expecting the novel to be something it isn't. Jess returns to the family home after her mother's funeral and discovers that for the past 17 years her parents have deliberately hidden letters and cards from her first love, Joe, addressed to her. Her sense of betrayal is only surpassed by her need to find Joe, to assure him that she didn't ignore him, to see if the spark is still there. Using Joe's cards and letters Jess, her cousin Michael, and one of Joe's friends Belinda travel from place to place, piecing together Joe's life and the people he met along the way. This vaguely reminds me of the film P.S. I Love You, mainly I suppose because Joe leaves a series of letters for Jess. We also see flashbacks to when Jess and Joe first met, and the events that led to them being separated. I don't want to say too much more because the journey is part of the experience with this novel. It's sad, and uplifting, funny and poignant, touching and charming, different from Debbie Johnson's normal style but engrossing nonetheless. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Louise Freeman

    Oh my heart ❤😭❤

  8. 5 out of 5

    Mrs D A Prior

    Amazing book, so easy to read, but poignant and life affirming. Full of laughter and tears. You'll definitely appreciate your loved ones after reading it. Amazing book, so easy to read, but poignant and life affirming. Full of laughter and tears. You'll definitely appreciate your loved ones after reading it.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Nicki

    Wow what a lovely story, beautifully written by new-to-me author, Debbie Johnson. I loved this book even though at times it was very a sad read. I loved how the story was told, with glimpses into Jess’ past, running parallel to the present storyline. Jess was a lovely character who I empathised with right from the first page all the way through the book. Michael her cousin was great fun, bringing light relief when they all needed it. Belinda was the friend Jess really needed to track down Joe and Wow what a lovely story, beautifully written by new-to-me author, Debbie Johnson. I loved this book even though at times it was very a sad read. I loved how the story was told, with glimpses into Jess’ past, running parallel to the present storyline. Jess was a lovely character who I empathised with right from the first page all the way through the book. Michael her cousin was great fun, bringing light relief when they all needed it. Belinda was the friend Jess really needed to track down Joe and I’m so glad she stayed to help Jess along the way. I don’t want to say anything else about the plot, as I’m sure I’ll say too much and ruin this lovely book. I didn’t cry but I did well up a few times, which I’m doing right now whilst writing this review. I highly recommend this if you enjoy a contemporary tearjerker that’ll also make you smile. Thanks to NetGalley and Orion for my digital ARC.

  10. 4 out of 5

    thewoollygeek (tea, cake, crochet & books)

    Absolutely love Debbie Johnson and this book has not let me down, it’s anotheramazing read, but not in her usual light way. It’s an emotional ride, full of amazing characters, each one is so well written and developed even the side characters. This book isn’t as light hearted as Debbie’s comfort series, but it is still full of love and hope, however it is very emotional (bring the tissues) dealing with grief and loss. It’s a wonderful emotion rollercoaster and I didn’t see the way the book was g Absolutely love Debbie Johnson and this book has not let me down, it’s anotheramazing read, but not in her usual light way. It’s an emotional ride, full of amazing characters, each one is so well written and developed even the side characters. This book isn’t as light hearted as Debbie’s comfort series, but it is still full of love and hope, however it is very emotional (bring the tissues) dealing with grief and loss. It’s a wonderful emotion rollercoaster and I didn’t see the way the book was going in any way, it’s so well done. I don’t want to go into detail as I don’t do spoilers but this is an amazing read, but be prepared to cry, but I can promise it will lift you and fill you with hope. It’s a special book. Thanks to netgalley and the publisher for a free copy for an honest opinion

  11. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    I feel bad giving this one a two stars especially because I love this authors usual work and The comfort food cafe is one of if not my favourite chic lit series but unfortunately this book did absolutely nothing for me. I can’t put my finger on exactly why I didn’t find it enjoyable I just think that it was a mix of things I didn’t particularly warm to the main character and the whole hunting down your past love storyline has been exhausted beyond belief and this one lacked any originality or any I feel bad giving this one a two stars especially because I love this authors usual work and The comfort food cafe is one of if not my favourite chic lit series but unfortunately this book did absolutely nothing for me. I can’t put my finger on exactly why I didn’t find it enjoyable I just think that it was a mix of things I didn’t particularly warm to the main character and the whole hunting down your past love storyline has been exhausted beyond belief and this one lacked any originality or any surprises along the way. That being said it’s well written as are all of her books and if you don’t mind a repetitive or unoriginal storyline and want a quick chic lit with a happy ending then I’m sure that you’d enjoy this one.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kel

    Wow where to start with this heartbreakingly beautiful book. From the first paragraph I was hooked and just wanted to find somewhere to hide and keep reading. A story of true love of soul shattering loss, the characters jump off the page as you learn about Jess and Joe and the curve ball that changed their lives forever. A rollercoaster of emotions are entwined in this book and you will want to laugh and cry as you get to know them and all the people who have touched their lives. I have previously Wow where to start with this heartbreakingly beautiful book. From the first paragraph I was hooked and just wanted to find somewhere to hide and keep reading. A story of true love of soul shattering loss, the characters jump off the page as you learn about Jess and Joe and the curve ball that changed their lives forever. A rollercoaster of emotions are entwined in this book and you will want to laugh and cry as you get to know them and all the people who have touched their lives. I have previously read and loved the Comfort Food Series by Debbie Johnson but this book was a whole other level and I loved it from the first to last page

  13. 4 out of 5

    Clare Moore

    Thanks to netgalley for the chance to read this book. Jess’s daughter Grace dies, she ends up in hospital following a breakdown, when she finally starts to get herself back to some normality her mom dies. When Jess starts to sort out her moms house she stumbles across letters addressed to her (Jess) from her boyfriend Joe her daughters father spanning from the death of Grace. She, her cousin Michael and Joe’s friend Belinda use the letters to follow Joe around the world getting an insight to how Thanks to netgalley for the chance to read this book. Jess’s daughter Grace dies, she ends up in hospital following a breakdown, when she finally starts to get herself back to some normality her mom dies. When Jess starts to sort out her moms house she stumbles across letters addressed to her (Jess) from her boyfriend Joe her daughters father spanning from the death of Grace. She, her cousin Michael and Joe’s friend Belinda use the letters to follow Joe around the world getting an insight to how he lived and helped people. Will she manage to find Joe and carry on with her life or will their journey have been for nothing.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Gem ~ Bee

    Ahh, such a beautiful, raw, heartbreaking read. This is a triumph by Debbie Johnson and one that takes you on a journey around England, Ireland, and beyond in Jess' quest for the truth after discovering a betrayal. It explores trauma, loss, duty, and the loneliness that being a carer and mental ill- health can bring as well as family dynamics, kindness and the variety of people that come and go in our lives. A wonderful book. Ahh, such a beautiful, raw, heartbreaking read. This is a triumph by Debbie Johnson and one that takes you on a journey around England, Ireland, and beyond in Jess' quest for the truth after discovering a betrayal. It explores trauma, loss, duty, and the loneliness that being a carer and mental ill- health can bring as well as family dynamics, kindness and the variety of people that come and go in our lives. A wonderful book.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sandra

    Maybe One Day was recommended in Milly Johnson’s email newsletter so I thought I’d give it a go. The road trip element was part of the attraction (I love road movies) as were the hidden letters. Jess has just been to her mother’s funeral. Afterwards, while searching the attic, she discovers a box of cards and letters that she has never seen before. The oldest of these letters goes back seventeen years. Parents hiding mail from their children, thinking they know best, is a well-used device that wo Maybe One Day was recommended in Milly Johnson’s email newsletter so I thought I’d give it a go. The road trip element was part of the attraction (I love road movies) as were the hidden letters. Jess has just been to her mother’s funeral. Afterwards, while searching the attic, she discovers a box of cards and letters that she has never seen before. The oldest of these letters goes back seventeen years. Parents hiding mail from their children, thinking they know best, is a well-used device that works really well here. It provides the impetus for the rest of the story. Our curiosity is aroused; what happened, and why did they conceal the letters? This beautifully written story is about so much more than a search for lost love; it also illustrates the importance of friendship, and how damage done in childhood can be overcome, but will still leave its mark. The effects of grief on mental health are dealt with sensitively. What happened to Jess and Joe all those years ago affected them differently. They found ways to cope, but they will always bear the scars. While parts of this story are heartbreaking, this is offset by humour. I enjoyed the banter between Jess’s cousin, Michael, and Belinda (an old friend of Joe’s). As they accompany Jess on the road trip, from Manchester to Ireland, Cornwall, London and New York, they are resourceful and help to keep her spirits up. If I had one small criticism of Maybe One Day, it would be the ending. Without giving anything away, I thought it came to a bit of an abrupt halt. I would have liked more. I would definitely recommend this book, but it will take you on an emotional roller coaster ride so keep the tissues handy.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Cassie-Traveling Sister-

    Oh my heart I need a minute! So many emotions happening right now! After her mother’s death Jess returns to her childhood home to start the process of cleaning it out. The funeral was attended by a few family members. With the help of her cousin Michael they start with clearing out the attic. They discover a shoebox, and it’s filled with cards and letters from Jess’s past love Joe. We soon learn there was an accident where they lost their young daughter Grace. After the accident Jess suffered a Oh my heart I need a minute! So many emotions happening right now! After her mother’s death Jess returns to her childhood home to start the process of cleaning it out. The funeral was attended by a few family members. With the help of her cousin Michael they start with clearing out the attic. They discover a shoebox, and it’s filled with cards and letters from Jess’s past love Joe. We soon learn there was an accident where they lost their young daughter Grace. After the accident Jess suffered a breakdown which she was hospitalized. Jess parents had told her Joe left her while she was in the hospital because he couldn’t cope , now seventeen years later she realizes that wasn’t true ,and they had been hiding his letters, each year he has written to her and they put them in the box in the attic. After this discovery Jess, Michael and an old friend Belinda decide to retrace Joes steps through the letters, across he U.K and Ireland to uncover what happened to him throughout the years and they hope to find him so Jess can be back in the arms of her true love. I’m giving this five stars! As a mother who has lost a child my second child was a little boy and we named Tristan , he was born extremely early and only lived two weeks my heart broke for Jess, this book brought up so many emotions. Losing a child is something a parent never truly gets over. I cried while reading this book. So many raw emotions and Joes letters were filled with love. The author did an amazing job while writing this book

  17. 4 out of 5

    Umaymah

    I dare anyone to read this book and NOT cry. It's a year jerker in a good way. Jess comes across as timid yet courageous when she needs to be. I must admit to flipping a few (sorry a lot) of pages towards the end because I felt the misses and suspense was getting a bit too much. Joe comes across as a saint, everything that was bad in life was thrown at him yet his essential goodness always shone. In the epic journey to find Joe, I was surprised not to find out he was canonised by the Pope for his I dare anyone to read this book and NOT cry. It's a year jerker in a good way. Jess comes across as timid yet courageous when she needs to be. I must admit to flipping a few (sorry a lot) of pages towards the end because I felt the misses and suspense was getting a bit too much. Joe comes across as a saint, everything that was bad in life was thrown at him yet his essential goodness always shone. In the epic journey to find Joe, I was surprised not to find out he was canonised by the Pope for his absolute goodness. In true romance style, what would have made me estatic was to find out he became a multimillionaire innovator of something useful (in keeping with his saintly status hahahaha) In all, it was just the book I needed as a downer after reading a more complex book before this one. I am also a fan of Debbie Johnson and I was not disappointed at all with this beautifully written book.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Clare Moore

    Thanks to netgalley for the chance to read this book. Jess’s daughter Grace dies, she ends up in hospital following a breakdown, when she finally starts to get herself back to some normality her mom dies. When Jess starts to sort out her moms house she stumbles across letters addressed to her (Jess) from her boyfriend Joe her daughters father spanning from the death of Grace. She, her cousin Michael and Joe’s friend Belinda use the letters to follow Joe around the world getting an insight to how Thanks to netgalley for the chance to read this book. Jess’s daughter Grace dies, she ends up in hospital following a breakdown, when she finally starts to get herself back to some normality her mom dies. When Jess starts to sort out her moms house she stumbles across letters addressed to her (Jess) from her boyfriend Joe her daughters father spanning from the death of Grace. She, her cousin Michael and Joe’s friend Belinda use the letters to follow Joe around the world getting an insight to how he lived and helped people. Will she manage to find Joe and carry on with her life or will their journey have been for nothing.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    I have become a Debbie Johnson fan. This story is so far out of my comfort zone, yet I could not put it down. I must have needed a good cleansing cry because I got it, in addition to a fantastic story. In many ways, this story hit close to home, the controlling parents, and the lies. What you “should” do. The path Jess takes to find answers has me living every emotion with her. The characters she meets along the way tell her a different story about her lost love. Will she find Joe? Thank you to N I have become a Debbie Johnson fan. This story is so far out of my comfort zone, yet I could not put it down. I must have needed a good cleansing cry because I got it, in addition to a fantastic story. In many ways, this story hit close to home, the controlling parents, and the lies. What you “should” do. The path Jess takes to find answers has me living every emotion with her. The characters she meets along the way tell her a different story about her lost love. Will she find Joe? Thank you to NetGalley and William Morrow and Custom House for the advanced copy; this is my voluntary review.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I absolutely loved this book. It has sent me on a complete emotional journey. Jess has been through so much! The loss and betrayal. Her strength to go on a journey that could of taken her anywhere was empowering. To find the love she had lost and never forgotten. Having her cousin and old friend as support and encouragement. The journey turned into an adventure. So many twists! The ending was getting to me! I was gritting my teeth for dear life! I can not believe it ended where it did! I wanted m I absolutely loved this book. It has sent me on a complete emotional journey. Jess has been through so much! The loss and betrayal. Her strength to go on a journey that could of taken her anywhere was empowering. To find the love she had lost and never forgotten. Having her cousin and old friend as support and encouragement. The journey turned into an adventure. So many twists! The ending was getting to me! I was gritting my teeth for dear life! I can not believe it ended where it did! I wanted more! I recommend this read.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Aarthy

    This is the type of book you need to see your therapist after / join a local support group because you will not be able to recover. What I loved about this book is how raw the emotions flooded every character, every page; but without being overly dramatic. It was done well. It did remind me of P.S I love you, one of my fav books ever. I love that this book also felt like a mystery/ adventure in a way. I read it in one sitting and that cannot be good for my health. help. It made me reflect on lif This is the type of book you need to see your therapist after / join a local support group because you will not be able to recover. What I loved about this book is how raw the emotions flooded every character, every page; but without being overly dramatic. It was done well. It did remind me of P.S I love you, one of my fav books ever. I love that this book also felt like a mystery/ adventure in a way. I read it in one sitting and that cannot be good for my health. help. It made me reflect on life a lot. Highly recommend.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Charlie

    Bloody hell, I feel dehydrated after crying nearly constantly throughout this book! Ofcourse it's brilliant, it's Debbie Johnson, but this was on a whole other level of emotionally traumatizing and I just wasn't expecting it. Really touching but also very funny, a must read...just have a pile of tissues at the ready!! Bloody hell, I feel dehydrated after crying nearly constantly throughout this book! Ofcourse it's brilliant, it's Debbie Johnson, but this was on a whole other level of emotionally traumatizing and I just wasn't expecting it. Really touching but also very funny, a must read...just have a pile of tissues at the ready!!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    I really liked this book! Girl meets boy, falls in love, tragedy strikes, girl loses it for a time. I really liked how this book unfolded. I loved the supporting characters of Michael and Belinda and then reading further of how Joe affected the more minor characters. I loved loved loved the ending and my heart was so appreciative. Thank you to NetGalley and William Morrow/Custom House for this advanced reader’s ecopy. Typo loc 531 in chapter 4: She’s heard more “F-words - needs a closed quotation I really liked this book! Girl meets boy, falls in love, tragedy strikes, girl loses it for a time. I really liked how this book unfolded. I loved the supporting characters of Michael and Belinda and then reading further of how Joe affected the more minor characters. I loved loved loved the ending and my heart was so appreciative. Thank you to NetGalley and William Morrow/Custom House for this advanced reader’s ecopy. Typo loc 531 in chapter 4: She’s heard more “F-words - needs a closed quotation Typo loc 3105 in chapter 23: “ ‘He liked a pint but didn’t have a drinking problems.’ “ Typo loc 3512 chapter 29: “ ‘You’re not even that prissy an more.’ “ Quote I liked: “There’s loss all around us—you just have to try not to let it overwhelm your whole life.”

  24. 4 out of 5

    Judith Howe

    Another lovely read from Debbie. Slightly different from her previous books but had me hooked from the beginning

  25. 5 out of 5

    Dawn Kidd

    Brilliant so enjoyed this, went through many emotions reading about Jess and Joe x

  26. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Dollery

    I Really enjoyed this book. So much so I couldn't put it down. Full of tragedy, laughter and adventures. I was on a roller coaster of emotions and ended up competing within just a few days. I Really enjoyed this book. So much so I couldn't put it down. Full of tragedy, laughter and adventures. I was on a roller coaster of emotions and ended up competing within just a few days.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Elaine Silvester

    Nicely written chick lit.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    Thanks to William Morrow/Custom House and NetGalley for this ARC. When Jess finds out she has been lied to about her past she decides to go on a quest tracing the footsteps of her lost love. I enjoyed learning about Jess's past life and watching her follow the clues that might lead to Joe. Her relationships with Michael and Belinda were enjoyable as well. This book hit all the right feels. I was satisfied by the ending. Just as it should be. Thanks to William Morrow/Custom House and NetGalley for this ARC. When Jess finds out she has been lied to about her past she decides to go on a quest tracing the footsteps of her lost love. I enjoyed learning about Jess's past life and watching her follow the clues that might lead to Joe. Her relationships with Michael and Belinda were enjoyable as well. This book hit all the right feels. I was satisfied by the ending. Just as it should be.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    Absolutely loved this book. Smashed it in a day. I couldn't put it down. I don't know what to say about it other than you must read it!!! Absolutely loved this book. Smashed it in a day. I couldn't put it down. I don't know what to say about it other than you must read it!!!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Leanne

    This book made me cry several times. It was so sad for the most part. But it was a lovely story.

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