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I Remember You

I Remember You

Rich, witty and moving, I Remember You is for anyone who likes to dream about a new life – and for anyone who still remembers their first love…


For Tess Tennant, spring brings the promise of a fresh start. She’s moving back to her picture-perfect home town to take up a teaching job. Langford is a place of pretty stone cottages, friendly locals in oak-beamed pubs and of course Adam, her best friend since childhood. But Adam is preoccupied with a new girlfriend, and the past – which Tess thought she’d put behind her – is looming large again.


So by the time she has to take her class on a trip to Rome, Tess is feeling reckless. She is swept off her feet by a mysterious stranger, and finds herself falling in love. But her magical Roman Holiday is about to turn into a nightmare…


Back in Langford Adam is gone and everything has changed.Tess has to decide, once and for all, where she belongs and with whom.


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On Sale: 23rd June 2011

Page Count: 512

ISBN-13: 9780007243853

Reviews

'Romantic delight… A fabulous feel-good love story of friendship lost and love regained'

Woman and Home.

'A cute story about a girl's search for happiness…Very touching, warm and sweet'

Heat.

'A moving and witty story of love, friendship and self discovery, this is a great read for those cosy nights in'

Closer.

'The perfect girly read'

Cosmopolitan.

'A touching tale'

Daily Express.

‘Witty, entertaining, self-reflective and full of characters you'll
grow to love'

Heat.

‘Enchanting’

Jilly Cooper.

‘Fabulous…I loved it’

Sophie Kinsella.

‘A joy from start to finish – sharp, funny and modern as well as warm, cuddly and nostalgic’

Fiona Walker.

‘A lovely, funny heart-warmer…Evans’ heightened comic style and loveable characters make it effortlessly readable’

Marie Claire.

‘Events and characters fairly leap off the page in this touching, engrossing and convincing novel. It’s a rollicking ride of joy, disappointment and self-discovery, which you’ll want to devour in one sitting’

Daily Telegraph.