Take A Look At Me Now
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Emotional, romantic and uplifting – your perfect pick-me-up!
How far would you go to make a new start?
NOW WITH AN EXCLUSIVE LETTER FROM MIRANDA!
What a difference a day makes…
Nell Sullivan has always been known as ‘Miss Five-Year Plan’. But when she finds herself jobless and newly single on the same day, Nell decides it is time to stop planning and start taking chances.
Nell blows her redundancy cheque on a trip of lifetime to a place where anything is possible – San Francisco. There she meets a host of colourful characters, including the intriguing and gorgeous Max. Very soon the city begins to feel like Nell’s second home.
But when it’s time to return to London, will she leave the ‘new Nell’ behind? And can the magic of San Francisco continue to sparkle thousands of miles away?
PRAISE FOR MIRANDA DICKINSON:
‘Oh my heart, this book! What a story. It’s so achingly tender and bittersweet, and a spark of true joy. I adored every page’ Josie Silver, author of One Day in December
‘An engrossing love story, beautifully written. I fell in love with Phoebe and Sam, as they fell in love with each other’ Sarah Morgan, Sunday Times bestselling author
‘An exquisitely tender and breathtaking novel, beautifully written. This is Miranda at her best’ Cathy Bramley, Sunday Times bestselling author
‘A love story we can all connect with’ Woman & Home
‘One of the most moving stories I’ve read in a long time. It’s an epic love story about second chances, courage and finding the faith to follow your dreams. Beautifully written and heart-stoppingly romantic, it’s an absolute triumph!’ Katie Marsh, bestselling author of A Life Without You
‘This is an epic love story that kept me guessing right to the last page. Absolutely and utterly amazing. Miranda broke my heart and then made it burst. I’m an emotional wreck!’ Laura Kemp, author of The Year of Surprising Acts of Kindness
‘I’m totally in love with Phoebe and Sam. The Day We Meet Again is one of those books you want to savour’ Holly Hepburn, author of A Year at Castle Court
‘Romantic, heartbreaking and emotional’ Cressida McLaughlin, author of The House of Birds and Butterflies
‘A novel about friendship and taking risks, about kindness and gratitude, but mainly about having the courage to love’ Caroline Smailes, author of The Drowning of Arthur Braxton
‘Emotional story…full of both heart and soul’ Fabulous
‘The perfect book to curl up with on a cold winter’s eve.’ Closer
'A blissfully romantic tale told with all the warmth and wit we've come to love from this author.' Claudia Carroll
About the author
Miranda Dickinson has always had a head full of stories. From an early age she dreamed of writing a book that would make the heady heights of Kingswinford Library. She is also a singer-songwriter.