‘One of those books where my heart gives a little skip whenever I think about it’ Cressida McLaughlin
‘Took my breath away…I haven’t laughed or cried as much since PS I Love You’ Alex Brown
They’re perfect for each other
They just don’t know it yet
Becca and Charlie have known each other for years – ever since they met at university.
And for every one of those years, they've bickered, argued, offended, mocked and generally rubbed each other up the wrong way.
Until now. Until Ally’s bucket list. The death of their loved one should mean Becca and Charlie can go their separate ways and not look back. But completing the list is something neither Charlie nor Becca can walk away from.
And sometimes, those who bring out the worst in you, also bring out the very best…
Over the course of ten years, Becca and Charlie’s paths collide as they deal with grief, love and life after Ally. Not since Emma and Dex in One Day and Will and Lou in Me Before You will you root for a couple as much.
‘In between tears and smiles as I read, I also had proper heart flutters… The sign of seriously good story telling’ Jules Wake
‘I absolutely loved this gorgeous, funny, touching book – it’s utterly romantic, with gloriously real characters you’ll fall in love with’ Rachael Lucas The Winter Cottage
‘I laughed, I cried, I swooned – I was utterly swept away from the very first page. Ten Years is a wonderful emotional roller coaster that is sure to pull at the heartstrings of every reader’ Kate Bromley Talk Bookish To Me
‘A beautiful book, so funny and poignant. I can’t stop thinking about it!’ Emily Kerr Duvet Day
‘A really addictive 'will they won't they' love story. Wonderful’ Olivia Beirne The List That Changed My Life
‘A beautifully written, heartbreaking and uplifting story’ Natalie Normann Summer Island
About the author
Pernille Hughes (pronounced Pernilla) has previously had two novels published, PROBABLY THE BEST KISS IN THE WORLD and PUNCH-DRUNK LOVE. Her writing has also been printed in the Sunday Times .
She lives in Buckinghamshire and while the kids are at school she scoffs cake and writes stories in order to maintain a shred of sanity.