A new direction for this Sunday Times bestselling author: here is an emotionally charged novel that will wrap you up in a warm embrace as it nods to the golden age of epic women's fiction but with a vibrancy of its own.
The FIRST of four exclusive part-serialisations of a A Place for Us by Harriet Evans - you'll be desperate to read on ...
The day Martha Winter decided to tear apart her family began like any other day. So opens A Place for Us by Sunday Times bestselling author Harriet Evans, a book you'll dive into, featuring a family you'll fall in love with ... and never want to leave. If you devour Rosamund Pilcher and Maeve Binchy and have discovered Jojo Moyes, you'll be thrilled to add Harriet Evans to your collection of favourite authors.
The house has soft, purple wisteria twining around the door. You step inside.
The hall is cool after the hot summer's day. The welcome is kind, and always warm.
Yet something makes you suspect life here can't be as perfect as it seems.
After all, the brightest smile can hide the darkest secret.
But wouldn't you pay any price to have a glorious place like this?Welcome to Winterfold.
Evans's gift for characterisation and appreciation of complicated family dynamics singles this novel out as superior romantic fare - Independent on Love Always
A lovely, funny heart-warmer ... effortlessly readable - Marie Claire on Going Home
Brilliantly observed and emotionally charged throughout - Daily Mirror on The Love of Her Life
You'll race through the pages desperate to find out what happens - Heat on Not Without You
Funny, wistful and wise ... I loved this book - Katie Fforde on Happily Ever After
A rollicking ride of joy, disappointment and self-discovery which you'll devour in one sitting - Telegraph on A Hopeless Romantic
A fabulous feel-good love story of friendship lost and love regained - Woman and Home on I Remember You
Harriet Evans is the author of several top ten bestsellers including the Richard and Judy bookclub selection The Wildflowers. She used to work in publishing and now writes full time, when she is not being distracted by her children, other books, sewing projects, puzzles, gardening, and her much-loved collection of jumpsuits. Last year, she and her family moved from London to Bath. The Garden of Lost and Found is her eleventh novel.