Sunday Times Top Ten bestseller Tasmina Perry does what she does best in this irresistibly intriguing, sophisticated and heartrending read, transporting the reader to Paris, London and St Petersburg and sweeping them up in a story of romance, mystery and secrets.
A spellbinding tale of love, loss and long-buried secrets from the Sunday Times bestselling author. If you loved spending A Week in Paris with Rachel Hore or losing yourself in Songs of Love and War by Santa Montefiore, you will adore Tasmina Perry's The Last Kiss Goodbye.
Everyone remembers their first kiss. But what about the last?
1961. Journalist Rosamund Bailey is ready to change the world. When she meets explorer and man about town Dominic Blake, she realises she has found the love of her life. Just as happiness is in their grasp, the worst happens, and their future is snatched away.
2014. Deep in the vaults of a museum, archivist Abby Gordon stumbles upon a breathtaking find. A faded photograph of a man saying goodbye to the woman he loves. Looking for a way to escape her own heartache, Abby becomes obsessed with the story, little realising that behind the image frozen in time lies a secret altogether more extraordinary.
A heartfelt, romantic tale about lost love and how it's never too late to start again - Good Housekeeping on The Proposal
A heart-wrenching, punch-packing love story - Daily Express on The Proposal
A modern day fairy tale with broken hearts aplenty. Debutantes, country houses - what's not to love? - Mail on Sunday on The Proposal
A heady mixture of mystery and romance - Woman on Deep Blue Sea
Totally absorbing - Heat on Deep Blue Sea
Highly entertaining and cleverly written - Sunday Mirror on Deep Blue Sea
TASMINA PERRY is a Sunday Times Top Ten bestselling author. She left a career in law to enter the world of women's magazine publishing, going on to become an award-winning writer and contributor to titles such as Elle, Glamour and Marie Claire. In 2004 she launched her own travel and fashion magazine, Jaunt, and was editing InStyle magazine when she left the industry to write books full time. Her novels have been published in seventeen countries. Tasmina lives with her husband and son in London, where she is at work on her next novel.