Julia is 31 when her husband dies, leaving her with two young children. Julia becomes more and more aware of her single status and the partner that is missing in her life. Then she meets Matt. For a while the future looks bright, but there are clouds gathering on the horizon.
'A fascinating and wonderfully engrossing book, full of painful truths. I thoroughly enjoyed it.' (November Tree) Madeleine Wickham, author of the bestselling The Tennis Party
Julia Alone by Ann Stevens
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