*Winner of the Irish Popular Fiction Book of the Year* A thoughtful, captivating and ultimately uplifting novel from this uniquely talented author
The year that changed my life. For Jasmine, losing her job felt like losing everything. The year I found home. With a life built around her career and her beloved sister Heather, suddenly her world becomes the house and garden she has hardly seen and the neighbours she has yet to meet. The year I met you. But being fired is just the beginning for Jasmine. In the year that unfolds she learns more about herself than she could ever imagine – and more about other people than she ever dreamed. Sometimes friendship is found in the most unexpected of places.
‘Life-affirming, warm and wise’ Good Housekeeping ‘Cecelia Ahern is an undisputed master when it comes to writing about relationships…We loved every single glorious morsel. Moving, real and exquisitely crafted. Do not miss it’ Heat ‘Inspiring’ Closer ‘A sideways look at life and love’ Daily Express ‘A wry, dark drama’ Daily Mail ‘Beautifully written and thought-provoking’ Closer ‘I was completely hooked’ Sunday Express ‘More ambitious than just a romance’ Sunday Mirror ‘An unusual and satisfying novel’ Woman Praise for Cecelia Ahern: ‘Poignant, romantic and very readable’ Hello ‘Brilliantly vivid characters and a story to fall in love with; one of our favourite Cecelia Ahern novels yet’ Heat ‘A tender, funny and romantic drama with a dash of darkness and desperation’ Marie Claire ‘A great life-affirming read’ Glamour ‘Cecelia Ahern at her best …Like her past work, you fall in love with the characters, laugh, cry, appreciate what you have and are captivated by the world she portrays, leaving you craving more of the Ahern magic. Another fantastic read’ Northamptonshire Telegraph
Cecelia Ahern was born and grew up in Dublin. She is now published in nearly fifty countries, and has sold over twenty-four million copies of her novels worldwide. Two of her books have been adapted as films and she has created several TV series. She and her books have won numerous awards, including the Irish Book Award for Popular Fiction for The Year I Met You. She lives in Dublin with her family.