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'The sweetest, most romantic, most heartwarming book!' MARIAN KEYES
'An absolute dream of a book, I couldn't love it more' LINDSEY KELK
'I read Eight Perfect Hours in one sitting, I couldn't bear to put it down' JODI PICOULT
'A beautiful, intricately woven story, so romantic and so charming' BETH O'LEARY
What if you fell in love...
... and then he disappeared?
When Noelle and Sam's lives collide one snowy evening, they spend eight perfect hours stuck side by side believing that they'll never see each other again.
But soon their lives become entangled in ways they never expected - and it's going to change everything...
Don't miss the latest, hotly anticipated love story from Lia Louis! Perfect for fans of Beth O'Leary, Josie Silver and Cecelia Ahern.
Praise for Eight Perfect Hours:
'Lia Louis has become a must-buy author for me!' JODI PICOULT
'A dream of a modern love story. This feel-good read is sprinkled with magic... romantic perfection' HOLLY MILLER
'Every page was a joy to read. So gorgeously written, hilarious and full of warmth' JESSICA RYN
'An utterly delightful novel from one of the most charming voices in modern romance. I loved it' LOUISE O'NEILL
'Eight perfect hours of escapist, romantic, life affirming bliss' GILLIAN McALLISTER
'Funny, sweet and romantic' DEBBIE JOHNSON
'Perfectly poignant and beautifully romantic. I adored it' ALEX BROWN
'I adored it! Exactly the sort of love story I was craving' PAIGE TOON
'Beautifully observed, intricately plotted perfection, full to the brim with her usual wit and warmth and bursting with that magic that no one else quite manages to conjure up' LAURA PEARSON
Louis (Dear Emmie Blue) fills this sweet romance with twists of fate and rich emotional considerations. A snowstorm strands aspiring florist Noelle Butterby on a British highway on her way home from a college reunion. Needing to get in touch with her anxious, reclusive mother, she accepts the offer of similarly stranded American mountaineer Sam Attwood to charge her phone in his car. They spend hours together before the weather clears, but despite the spark they both feel, they part without sharing contact information. A series of chance encounters throw the pair together again as when Noelle happens to be hired to clean Sam's father's apartment but Sam explains that he has a girlfriend back in America and they are trying to work things out. Meanwhile, Noelle tentatively patches things up with her doctor ex-boyfriend, Ed, who abandoned her two years earlier with harsh words about her losing her life to her mom. Things come to a head when Noelle agrees to do the flowers for a wedding in Scotland and the trip spurs her to make some decisions. Witty moments and a delightful supporting cast bolster this slow-burning romance, and Louis manages to make the many coincidences feel believable. Fans of clean contemporary romances will find plenty to enjoy.