'MISS YOU is one of those lovely, comfy duvets of a book that pulls you in and wraps itself around you. A beautifully simple idea, and a simply beautiful book.'
'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.' *****
'If ever there was a time we needed to be swept off our feet and transported elsewhere, this is it. Cue Kate Eberlen's wonderfully romantic second novel, set in Rome... Perfectly plotted.'
'If you liked One Day by David Nicholls, you are going to love this.'
'Just the thing for long summer nights.'
'In the vein of The Versions of Us and One Day ... Funny, sad and full of humanity'
'I loved it! I keep thinking about the characters and their lives. It's wonderful to feel Kate's passion for my beloved art form, ballet. I felt touched in many ways reading this novel.'
Marianela NÃºÃ±ez, Prima Ballerina of The Royal Ballet
'MISS YOU is utterly charming, engaging, moving, a story which is both wonderfully romantic yet also true to life.'
'A neat concept and characters to care about... I loved it.'
Fanny Blake, Woman and Home
'I read it in a single day, savouring every moment but also breathless with wanting to know how it would end. And the clever twists! I didn't see a single one coming. And the ending itself - I could have danced. I certainly cried. Just wonderful.'
Joanna Nadin, author of The Queen of Bloody Everything
'Two lives are unknowingly interwoven in this tantalising, perfectly-pitched journey through a crater-filled emotional landscape. MISS YOU is charming, comforting, acutely honest and belongs on the same shelf as ONE DAY.'
'Beautifully realised and utterly beguiling... Made me ache with longing.'
Janet Ellis, author of The Butcherâ€™s Hook and How It Was
'There is a courteous nod to One Day in this funny, poignant and really rather lovely ships-in-the-night debut... Funny poignant and really rather lovely.'
'A truly wonderful book. I loved it.'
Alexandra Potter, author of Confessions of a Forty-something F##k Up
'While we're all stuck at home, we need to be able to live and love vicariously so Only You, with its romantic Rome setting is just the thing for some literary escapism.'
Red Magazine, Best Books this April
'A beautiful love story.'
'Hugely enjoyable romantic comedy with a great premise... Thoroughly deserving comparison with David Nicholls' wonderful One Day (and I don't say that lightly), this is commercial fiction of the very highest order'
'Eberlen tackles serious emotional issues with empathy and compassion, adding depth to a love story... It's a love story with a difference and its ballroom dancing lead characters will charm fans of Strictly Come Dancing.'
'If ever a couple was 'meant to be' it's Tess and Gus. This is such a witty, poignant and uplifting story of two lives criss-crossing over the years, with near-miss after near-miss... I couldn't put it down.'
"Kate Eberlen's first book, Miss You, was a huge hit and Only You is just as compelling. Wildly romantic, touching and wise, it will keep you reading until dawn."
Sunday Express S Magazine
'Just spent a very happy afternoon with Alf and Letty, transported to Rome, one of my favourite cities, for a gorgeous, uplifting romantic story with all the sparkle of a glass of Prosecco. Highly recommended for lockdown.'
Fanny Blake, bestselling author of A Summer Reunion
'Gloriously romantic... One of those rare books that has you laughing and crying at the same time'