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Publisher Description

From Sunday Times bestselling author Harriet Evans comes a compelling and heartbreaking tale of lost love, family secrets and those little moments that can change your life for ever. ‘(A) story of heartbreak and rivalry… An effortless and deeply satisfying romantic tale’ Glamour

‘An engrossing novel of jealousy, passion, forbidden love and heartache’ Woman and Home

Natasha Kapoor's life is at a turning point. Reunited with her family in Cornwall for the funeral of her beloved grandmother, they sort through her possessions and prepare to sell Summercove, her idyllic Cornish coastal home, where Natasha finds the long-lost diary of her aunt Cecily, who died in a tragic accident at the age of fifteen.

Returning to London, Natasha must get back to normality and to her soon-to-be ex-husband. But how can she forget the tragic tale of love, rivalry and heartbreak that emerged from the pages of Cecily’s diary? And will Cecily’s words inspire Natasha to take a second chance on love?

Praise for Love Always:

‘Well written… you’ll love it’ Daily Mail

‘Romantic… Gripping…Marks Harriet Evans out as a writer of superior popular fiction’ The Lady

‘Escapism that brings with it the promise of "custard yellow" sands and hot summer sun.’ Independent

‘If you've yet to add Harriet Evans to your "must-read" list, now is a great time to start.’ Daily Record

‘Heartwarming and hugely enjoyable’ Closer

‘Wonderful.’ Marie Claire

About the author

Harriet Evans has sold over a million copies of her books. She is the author of twelve bestselling novels, most recently the Sunday Times Top Ten bestseller The Garden of Lost and Found, which won Good Housekeeping's Book of the Year, and The Wildflowers, which was a Richard & Judy Book Club selection. She used to work in publishing and now writes full time, when she is not being distracted by her children, other books, crafting projects, puzzles, gardening, and her much-loved collection of jumpsuits. She lives in Bath, Somerset.

Fiction & Literature
20 January

Customer Reviews

Sarah Welch-Smith ,

Great read

I read this book on holiday and really enjoyed it. Its a bit different and still easy to read, after the first couple of chapters I couldn't put it down.

Duchess1943 ,

Not recommended

I tried to get into this story .. the idea sounded lovely. After 198 pages nothing was actually happening but angst. It was boring me. I only put one star to submit it.

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