Tender, magical and captivating - a story of family, friends, and the unlikeliest of romances . . .
Everything in Elizabeth Egan's life has its place, from the espresso cups in her gleaming kitchen to the swatches and paint pots of her interior design business. Order and precision keep life under control - and Elizabeth's heart from the pain and hurt she has suffered in the past.
The only cloud on the horizon is her sister Saoirse, a red-haired whirlwind always leaving behind pieces which Elizabeth struggles to pick up - including her six-year-old son Luke. Being a reluctant mother while trying to keep her business on track is a full-time job, one which leaves little room for error - or fun.
Until, one day, a stranger unexpectedly comes into their lives. Ivan is carefree, spontaneous and always looking for adventure - everything that Elizabeth is not. In no time at all, he has crept under her skin and started to change her life in ways she could never have .
She knows barely anything about Ivan - who he is and whether he is everything he seems. And if there is a future for their blossoming relationship...
Full of Cecelia Ahern's trademark warmth and poignancy, If You Could See Me Now is a love story with heart - and just a little bit of magic...
PRAISE FOR WHERE RAINBOWS END
`Guaranteed to tug on your heartstrings' Glamour
`Cecelia Ahern has emerged as a leading light-romantic writing talent."' Express
`Brilliantly written, you'll laugh and cry.' Heat
PRAISE FOR Cecelia Ahern:
`A sensational debut novel that proves true love never dies.' Cosmopolitan
`A wonderfully life-affirming, witty debut.' Company
`Like an Irish Sleepless in Seattle and almost certainly the chick-lit bestseller of the year.' In Style
'Heartwarmingly good.' Heat
'A heartwarming, completely absorbing tale of love and friendship.' Company
Cecelia Ahern was born and grew up in Dublin. Her novels have been translated into thirty-five languages and have sold more than twenty-five million copies in over fifty countries. Two of her books have been adapted as films and she has created several TV series.
She and her books have won numerous awards, including the Irish Book Award for Popular Fiction for The Year I Met You.
She lives in Dublin with her family.