'Kept me hooked for hours!' Amazon reviewer. From the bestselling author of While My Eyes Were Closed, comes a heartbreaking story of love against all odds. How would you feel if the only man you'd ever loved was taken away from you? And imagine how he'd feel if he hadn't really been taken away at all - but couldn't find a way to let you know...
Mel Taylor was thirteen years old when she found Adam. Twenty years on, they are still blissfully in love. She has everything she ever wished for. But Mel's happiness is spoilt by a secret from their past and a niggling fear that her good fortune can't last forever. Despite her husband Adam's efforts to reassure her that nothing bad is going to happen, Mel can't shake the feeling that good things can't last forever. But what she isn't expecting, is something so terrible that their lives will be changed forever . . .
A well-written, thoughtful read about when love is put to the greatest test * Daily Mail * Utterly riveting * Closer * In Green's gentle, intelligent hands, this book is both entertaining and thought-provoking. * Yorkshire Post * Linda has a great writing style which is almost effortless but be prepared to laugh and cry. A great read. * LoveReading *
About Linda Green
Linda Green is the bestselling author of nine novels. Her latest novel, The Last Thing She Told Me, was a Richard & Judy Book Club pick, a Top 20 Sunday Times bestseller and a top five Amazon Kindle bestseller. Her previous novel, While My Eyes Were Closed, was the fourth bestselling novel on Amazon kindle in 2016, selling more than 450,000 copies across all editions. She lives in West Yorkshire with her husband and son
And Then It Happened by Linda Green
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