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  • Beautiful

    I really enjoyed the Comfort Food Cafe series but this story takes Debbie Johnson in a whole new - but truly beautiful - new direction. This is a really sad yet heartwarming story featuring Jess who is reeling from a discovery made on the day of her mum’s funeral, her younger and joyful cousin Michael and her old friend Belinda. The story itself is so well told, the rapport between the three characters is fabulous and their road trip takes us to some great destinations and introduces some intriguing characters. This is one of those books that makes you want to read on and not put it down, wish it was chapters longer and stays with you after. I so enjoyed reading this and it was an incredible change of style for Debbie Johnson but definitely the right move.

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  • Touching roadtrip to find your lost love

    Where to start? First, while I really enjoyed this, it is not your typical Debbie Johnson novel which really threw me because I kept expecting the novel to be something it isn't. Jess returns to the family home after her mother's funeral and discovers that for the past 17 years her parents have deliberately hidden letters and cards from her first love, Joe, addressed to her. Her sense of betrayal is only surpassed by her need to find Joe, to assure him that she didn't ignore him, to see if the spark is still there. Using Joe's cards and letters Jess, her cousin Michael, and one of Joe's friends Belinda travel from place to place, piecing together Joe's life and the people he met along the way. This vaguely reminds me of the film P.S. I Love You, mainly I suppose because Joe leaves a series of letters for Jess. We also see flashbacks to when Jess and Joe first met, and the events that led to them being separated. I don't want to say too much more because the journey is part of the experience with this novel. It's sad, and uplifting, funny and poignant, touching and charming, different from Debbie Johnson's normal style but engrossing nonetheless. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.

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  • What a journey

    I laughed, I cried, I cried agin. A touching read! Really enjoyed!

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  • So beautiful

    This story grips you right from the start and even though I was afraid the ending would upset me I was compelled to keep reading.

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  • The love of her life

    Oh my goodness! Such a wonderful story. Can’t say too much as I don’t want to give the story away but what a brave lady, trying to track down the love of her life who was kept from her. I read this with some tears but some laughter too. I have everything crossed there will be a further book to continue the story.

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