We’ll Always have Paris written by Sue Watson, publisher Sphere is available NOW in ebook and audio download format.
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Does first love deserve a second chance?
When she was almost seventeen, Rosie Draper locked eyes with a charismatic student called Peter during their first week at art college, changing the course of her life forever. Now, on the cusp of sixty-five and recently widowed, Rosie is slowly coming to terms with a new future. And after a chance encounter with Peter, forty-seven years later, they both begin to wonder ‘what if’ . . .
Told with warmth, wit and humour, We’ll Always Have Paris is a charming, moving and uplifting novel about two people; the choices they make, the lives they lead and the love they share.
I’m so pleased to be involved in the blogtour promoting and celebrating Sue Watson’s new novel.
I’d like to thank the publishers and netgalley for an arc in return for a review.
This is a beautifully told story of one life, two loves. The past and the present and the in between are remembered fondly and bring back emotions that at the time were so raw your heart felt like it was breaking but now the memory is just a little scar.
This story is a little different to Sue’s previous novels that were delightful, heart warming and full of fun. This book still has the wonderful wit and humour from Sue shining through but in a more gentler, sensitive manner. Hearts have been broken and mended but the wounds have remained. Humour is welcomed now and is refreshing to hear of fun times from long ago.
Rosie is still grieving from the loss of her husband but a chance encounter with her first love Peter opens up the wounds she’s kept hidden. Will this new time together let the hurt heal and bring some sunshine back into her life?
Sue sensitively and beautifully tells a story of grief, motherhood, families, friendships and love. I was enthralled with the love that was; that is and that can be … 5/5*
I’d like to share a quote from the novel that I particularly liked:
“You must have hated me.” “I did – but I loved you too.”
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