*** NUMBER 1 BESTSELLING NZ FICTION AUTHOR ***
***FINALIST FOR THE 2018 AUSTRALIAN ROMANCE READERS AWARDS ***
'Heart-wrenchingly romantic, this book will leave you wanting to hold your loved ones just that little bit closer.' - Emma Cooper, author of Songs of Us
'a deeply emotional story that will remind you that life is a gift, and it's never too late for love' - Kelly Rimmer, author of Before I Let You Go
A compassionate, uplifting story about love for fans of ME BEFORE YOU.
'People are here for me, to celebrate the anniversary of the day I was given life. On the very same day I'd just been told my life was all but over.'
When Ava Green turns twenty-eight, she is told it will be her last birthday. The cancer she fought three years ago is back, and this time it's going to beat her. But Ava is not going to let cancer define her last, precious months - she wants the wedding of her dreams. She doesn't have a groom, she doesn't have much money, and she definitely doesn't have much time . . . but none of that matters. She's going to go it alone.
As her friends and family rally to help deliver her dying wish for a party to end all parties, the media get involved and her story spreads around the country. But when photographer James Gable arrives, Ava's plans are disrupted. Suddenly all the emotions she'd packed away are on her doorstep. Now she has to decide - is she is brave enough to let love in and strong enough to say goodbye?
'Tammy Robinson is a natural storyteller.' Nicky Pellegrino
Simultaneously heartbreaking and funny - Radio New Zealand
A deeply emotional story that will remind you that life is a gift, and it's never too late for
Utterly compelling in its simplicity and had me turning the pages late into the night.
Tammy is a natural storyteller who writes the kind of books that make you laugh, cry and everything in between. - WOMEN'S WEEKLY
Tammy Robinson is a natural storyteller.
This tenderly told story from New Zealand author Tammy Robinson is both heartbreaking and life affirming... Joy and sadness fill the pages as Ava's health fluctuates and love grows in this poignant romance. - The Australian Women's Weekly