Hello, Again Synopsis
'A dreamy, romantic, irresistible treat' Lindsey Kelk 'Emotional, enthralling and exquisitely written' Cathy Bramley ___________ Philippa Taylor (Pepper to her friends) has big dreams. When she closes her eyes, she can picture exactly who she ought to be. The problem is, it's about as far away from her real life in a small coastal town in Suffolk as she can imagine. So when her elderly friend Josephine persuades Pepper to accompany her on a trip to Europe, she jumps at the chance to change her routine. And when Pepper bumps (literally) into the handsome Finn in Lisbon, it seems as though she might have finally found what she's been looking for. But Pepper know all too well things are rarely as they seem. Her own quiet life hides a dark secret from the past. And even though she and Finn may have been destined to find each other, Pepper suspects life may have other plans as to how the story should end. A romantic and sweeping story about friendship, love and realising that sometimes it's about the journey, not the destination.
Hello, Again Press Reviews
Combines a wonderful setting with the poignancy of self-discovery and a touching romance -- Katie Fforde Gorgeously romantic -- Milly Johnson Fresh, intelligent romantic fiction with a sparklingly escapist setting * Sunday Mirror * Irresistible, unashamedly romantic and touching * Daily Express * Nobody does irresistible love stories and stunning destinations quite like Isabelle Broom -- Rosie Walsh A writing powerhouse -- Carrie Hope Fletcher Brilliantly evocative -- Paige Toon Utterly romantic -- Adele Parks Beautiful -- Giovanna Fletcher Praise for Isabelle Broom -- - The perfect read for difficult times, transporting readers to faraway places with memorable characters . . . Romantic, evocative and really quite wonderful * Express * Sweet and transporting * Stylist * A wonderful tale of hope, redemption and new beginnings, you will root for Pepper from the off. Add Broom's incredible eye for scene-setting details to the mix - which whisk you off to sun-soaked places you can now only dream of - and you've got a perfect slice of escapism that will put a real spring in your step * Heat * A joy to read * My Weekly * A magically romantic voyage of self-discovery, with some fabulously escapist settings * Sunday Mirror * A gorgeous read that will transport you to some of the world's most magical cities in a heartbeat * Fabulous Magazine (The Sun) * This charming tale is the next best thing to getting on a plane * Best * This is a story full of heart * Good Housekeeping * Romantic, heartbreaking, evocative and unexpected * Rosie Blake * The characters are fresh and real, and Isabelle Broom's writing paints the most beautiful picture. Heartfelt, evocative and life-affirming; a book I'd say Hello, Again to time after time . . . beautifully written, heartfelt, escapist fiction * Lisa Dickenson * Isabelle Broom has done it again . . . Hello, Again is genuinely her best novel yet. It's beautiful, warm, heart-wrenching, and I cried happy and sad tears several times . . . every page sweeps you away somewhere magical. I can't recommend Hello, Again highly enough - but get two copies, because one is going to get worn out from re-reads very quickly * Lucy Vine * If you're looking for a book to completely transport you to a sunny, carefree location, this is it. Uplifting and romantic, Hello Again is simply gorgeous * Catherine Isaac * A beautifully told story about overcoming grief, opening your heart to adventure and finding love, and friendship, in the places you least expect it. A perfect summer escape * Cressida McLaughlin * This sweet book will make you fall head-over-heels with Isabelle Broom's ebullient tale of friendship, travel and every kind of love. Sunshine, laughter and Lisbon - just gorgeous * Veronica Henry * A brave and joyful story about family, loss and the power of friendship. Hello, Again is an evocative and irresistibly romantic read. I loved every page -- Katie Marsh A gorgeously romantic escape - a summer holiday in book form -- Rachael Lucas A wonderful story about dreams and adventures, with warm, loveable characters. I loved every moment -- Rosanna Ley Emotional, enthralling and exquisitely written, a story about accepting life's flaws and learning to love. I loved it -- Cathy Bramley 'No-one takes me away quite like Isabelle Broom. Hello, Again is a dreamy, romantic, irresistible treat * Lindsey Kelk * Beautiful, fun and romantic, tear jerking in just the right way * Katie Fforde *