DISCOVER THE PERFECT SUMMER READ FROM THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF THE LAST PIECE OF MY HEART.
A Dorset summer, a chance meeting, and Joe and Alice, both 18, fall into step as if they have known each other forever. But their idyll is shattered as quickly as it began. Joe leaves without warning; Alice heads off to Cambridge University and slowly picks up the pieces of her broken heart.
Years later, when she catches the attention of gorgeous, gifted, rich boy Lukas, Alice is carried along by his charm and swept up in his ambitious plans for a future together.
Until news of Joe reaches her once more, but he's out of reach in a way that Alice could never have imagined. Life has moved on, the divide between them is now so great. Surely it is far too late to relive those perfect summer days of long ago?
THE ONE WE FELL IN LOVE WITH was selected for the Zoella Book Club and Paige Toon's novels have been published across the world.
Praise for Paige Toon's novels:
'You'll love it, cry buckets and be uplifted' MARIAN KEYES
'I blubbed, I laughed and I fell in love... utterly heart-wrenching' GIOVANNA FLETCHER
'Devoured this in one sitting' COSMOPOLITAN
'An absorbing and emotional read' HEAT
'I loved it!' LINDSAY KELK
'A gorgeous, warm novel' ADELE PARKS
Gripping read but a rushed ending
A gripping read as always. I wish there was more to Joe and Alice’s story at the end, I felt the ending was rushed and slightly abrupt. Nevertheless a good read.
This book was really addictive and I couldn't put it down, however the ending was very disappointing as it was left short and wasn't really evaporated on as I would've hoped, other then that I would suggest you read this book as it got a very interesting story line and keeps you attached till the end (A must read!!)
I really love Paige Toon. Lovely easy read and this book was no different. Plot moved nicely and kept you involved all along the way. My only criticism has to be the ending. It went from full on drama and turmoil to a small two page epilogue with all loose ends tied, no clues to the journey that must have happened in the meantime. The problem is, I wanted to find out how the main character handled the difficult decision she was left with. The epilogue came a good two chapters too soon and felt like a cop out. This is the reason I only awarded two stars. Otherwise would have been a four.