Heat magazine has published Isabelle Broom's five star review in this week's magazine. Here it is in its entirety:
'When Tess and Gus cross paths for the first time aged 18, they're both on holiday in Florence. Tess is enjoying her final days of freedom before going off to uni, while Gus is trying his best to support his family in the aftermath of a tragedy. What each of them don't realise yet is that their lives are about to change in ways that neither could have imagined - and it's not going to be an easy ride. Over the next 16 years, we follow Tess and Gus as they navigate the emotional hurdles of modern life and discover who they are. We know they're perfect for each other, but does fate have a different plan?
This poignant, smart and exquisitely crafted novel blends very real and loveable characters with a plausible and heartbreaking plot. It's bound to be compared to David Nicholls' epic One Day, but we'd argue that this story offers even more.'
***** Isabelle Broom