When Margot and Henry meet, they fall deeply in love.
And then they lose each other.
But Henry can't forget Margot and Margot is haunted by her memories of Henry. They live in each other's minds.
Twenty-one years later, they meet, by chance, on a Manhattan street. And that's where their story truly begins...
If I Forget You is a beautiful exploration of what it means to find the person you are destined to be with, but then spend a lifetime apart.
Thomas Christopher Greene's If I Forget You
is the most moving and beautifully-written love story I've read since Cold Mountain.
-- Howard Frank Mosher, author of God's Kingdom
Romantic, full of yearning, and hopeful, this is an unapologetically passionate tale about the kind of enduring love we dream about when we are young.
-- Robin Oliveira, New York Times bestselling author
This love story makes for a perfect beach read. * Real Simple *
A powerful, emotionally moving love story.
* Library Journal *
Hypnotic. -- Eric da Costa, author of Seven Days
Beautifully written... addictive -- Civilian Reader
Incredibly beautiful and compulsively readable, The Headmaster's Wife
will keep you mesmerized into the wee hours. A master storyteller, Greene's biggest achievement is proving that the most complex mystery of all is how and why we love. * Kimberly McCreight, bestselling author of Reconstructing Amelia on The Headmaster's Wife *
Nothing is what it appears in this brilliant story of a life gone awry... The author's true intentions make this tale even more remarkable, for the book is, at its core, a trenchant examination of one family's terrible loss and how the aftermath of tragedy can make or break a person's soul. * Publishers Weekly on The Headmaster's Wife *
Greene's haunting tale tracks the unraveling of a marriage. It starts, eerily, with a naked man's arrest... then twists back in time through love, grief, betrayal, and love again. * Good Housekeeping US on The Headmaster's Wife *