Even when you're lost, love can find you . . .
Sometimes it takes losing everything to find the person you need . . .
Most people travel to Croatia for its endless sunshine, pebbly beaches and crystal clear sea.
Kate goes there to disappear.
She needs to escape from a life that has fallen apart in spectacular and public fashion, and no one on the beautiful island of Hvar knows who she is or what she's running away from.
Until she meets another lonely soul.
Alex is different to any man Kate has ever known, yet the connection between them is undeniable. She soon begins to open up in ways she never has before - not even to herself. But Kate is not the only person in Hvar hiding secrets. And, as she is about to discover, it is always only a matter of time before the truth catches up with you . . .
Praise for Isabelle Broom:
'Gloriously escapist, unashamedly romantic, witty and hugely enjoyable'
'I totally lost myself in this heart-warming, charming tale of love, family and gorgeous Greece. I adored it'
'A writing powerhouse'
Carrie Hope Fletcher
'Brilliantly evocative - it's left me longing for a Greek holiday!
'A gorgeous story of heartbreak, forgiveness and self-discovery. I can't wait to read her future books!'
'This book takes you on holiday'
'Well-written and perfect for a lazy afternoon on the sofa'
'Combines a wonderful setting with the poignancy of self-discovery and a touching romance'
'Brilliant, warm and beautifully judged - I raced through it'
'An evocative and enchanting story'
Isabelle Broom was born in Cambridge nine days before the 1980s began and studied Media Arts in London before a 12-year stint at Heat magazine.
Always happiest when she is off on an adventure, Isabelle now travels all over the world seeking out settings for her escapist fiction novels, as well
as making the annual pilgrimage to her second home - the Greek island of Zakynthos. Currently based in Suffolk, where she shares a cottage with
her dogs, Max and Julius, and approximately 467 spiders, Isabelle fits her writing around a busy freelance career and tries her best not to be crushed to oblivion under her ever-growing pile of to-be-read books.