For the love of letters…
Experience has told Jenna Oakhurst that Happy Ever After may happen in all the best stories, but Happy For Now is the best one ought to expect in real life. Yet lately even that isn’t quite enough, so when a strange set of circumstances leads her to discover a mysterious letter in an abandoned storage unit, she takes the chance to embark on a journey into the unknown…just like the heroines from the storybooks.
Reaching out to the letter’s author, Henry Somners, changes Jenna’s world irrevocably and she starts to realise that the magic she believed in as a child might not be such a fanciful notion after all…
‘An original idea, well written and extremely entertaining. I very much enjoyed this book’ Sunday Times bestseller Katie Fforde
Readers love Linda Corbett:
‘A gorgeous, happy read that fills you with joy’ Sue
‘Jenna reminded me a little bit of Eleanor Oliphant, who I just absolutely adore…I laughed and swooned and just felt so happy’ Michelle
‘Absolutely delightful romantic comedy…It will leave you feeling all warm and tingly’ Sarah
‘Perfect for summer reading poolside or on vacation… I also appreciated that Jenna had a mobility impairment that was incorporated into the story without being the focus of it, something that I have not seen very often in this genre before. The representation is important and it was beautifully handled’ Anette
‘I loved the characters, the style of writing, and liked this life affirming and sweet story’ Anna
‘Just made me feel happy, put a smile on my face and I breezed through quickly’ Megan
‘I love that this story has disability representation, a lesbian couple, and a Guinea pig rescue!!!!!!…If you’re looking for a non-traditional love story, consider picking this one up!!!’ Tammy
‘One of those novels that reads like a Hallmark movie. Feel-good, fun and flirty. A quick read with a highly satisfying ending’ Chantelle
About the author
Linda Corbett lives in Surrey with her husband Andrew and three permanently hungry guinea pigs. As well as being an author, Linda is a member and former Treasurer of Shine Surrey – a volunteer-led charity that supports individuals and families living with spina bifida and hydrocephalus. For many years she also wrote a regular column for Link, a disability magazine, illustrating the humorous aspects of life with a complex disability and she is a passionate advocate of disability representation in fiction. What Would Jane Austen Do? is her second published novel.