Unwind, laugh, cry … but feel uplifted with this bittersweet love story. Perfect for the fans of Jo-Jo Moyes and Marian Keyes.
So what would you do if your ‘happy ever after’ was stolen from you?
Colm strolled into my life fifteen years ago. If there’s ever such a thing as love at first sight, that was it for us both. A few weeks later we married, celebrating with those who cared, ignoring the raised eyebrows of the cynics.
We knew better. This was going to be forever. The dream come true. The perfect ending. Until it wasn’t.
Because a couple of months ago everything changed. We discovered a devastating truth, one that blew away our future and forced us to revisit our past, to test the bonds that were perhaps more fragile than they seemed.
So now I ask you again, what would you do if your ‘happy ever after’ was taken from you?
Because this is what I did.
And this is the Story of Our Life…
Colm and Shauna have been married for 15 years. Despite plenty of ups and downs they were planning on spending the rest of their lives together until tragedy turns their worlds upside.
After reading the description of this novel I wasn’t quite expecting just how gut wrenching this novel actually was. I had to put this novel aside for a while once I discovered how sad it actually was compared to what I was expecting from the blurb. I often enjoy sad stories but I do like to be prepared for it from the get go.
I’m glad I was able to pick it up again, though, because it really is a beautifully written story. The characters are well developed and sometimes did things I disagreed with, but I could also understand why they behave they way they did. I think almost everybody deals with tragedy in ways that don’t make any sense at the time.
Shari Low has published eighteen books under her own name and pseudonyms Millie Conway and Ronni Cooper. She is also one half of the writing duo, Shari King, with old friend and TV presenter, Ross King.
Back in the nineties, after living abroad for many years, Shari returned to Scotland, met a guy, got engaged after a week, and twenty-something years later she lives near Glasgow with her husband, two teenagers and a labradoodle.
Shari also writes an opinion column and a literary page for a newspaper and is working on the TV adaptation of one of her books.
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