The First Day Without You
by Melissa Hill
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Pub Date 07 Nov 2023 | Archive Date 12 Nov 2023
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From the bestselling author of Something from Tiffany's comes a sweeping romance set in the golden light of San Francisco.
Leonie has left behind everything and everyone she loves for a fresh start in California. Desperate to outrun the mess she's come from, she hopes the change of scenery can mend her broken heart and bury her secrets forever. But when she discovers a bundle of unread love letters hidden in the back of a wardrobe in her new apartment, she is intrigued by the mystery behind them...and can't help but notice the similarities between them and her own story.
With the help of her new friend Alex, a news reporter toting around baggage of her own, Leonie embarks on a quest down the West Coast to find the ill-fated lovers from the letters and reunite them, whatever it takes. Even if it means confronting the hurt she's buried deep within herself. Because if the couple behind the love letters can find a happy ending, then perhaps she just might too.
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Ms Hill is a author I have ready alot.. Her books are always enjoyable and keep me reading sometimes till middle of the night. She has a knack of knowing what her readers like.
A beautiful love story set in San Francisco, following a young woman trying to solve a mystery read via old letters. Absolutely enchanting!
I am acquiring this book as I have been a fan of Melissa Hills previous work and they have been very successful at our location. I look forward to sharing a full review and my thoughts on this title. I love the aspect of long lost letters being found and trying to locate who they belong to. I think that is such a beautiful idea for a book.