The Day We Met by Roxie Cooper

Stephanie and Jamie are meant to be. But the problem is they're both married to other people... This is a heart-rending love story about two people with a connection they never expected to find, amidst lives they thought they were quite happy living. It'll make you wonder about fate, true love and soulmates. It's beautiful and bold, and so on point, because not all love stories are black and white. 

Out in March 2019

I Owe You One by Sophie Kinsella

A new Sophie Kinsella calls for jumping up and down with joy, throwing on your pyjamas and cosying down with it ASAP! Or is that just us?! This one is another unmissable story of love and empowerment, featuring a handsome stranger in a coffee shop. When Fixie saves a stranger's laptop from disaster, she's left an IOU that she never intends to use. But when she comes across her teenage crush again, she decides to call in the favour. And another favour follows. And another. Can she get her life back on track and land herself the love story she really deserves?

Out in February 2019

A Rose Petal Summer by Katie Fforde

Fun-loving and feel-good, you can’t go wrong with a heartwarming story from Katie Fforde, and her latest novel is sure to bring you all the fuzzy feelings. When Caro answers an ad to be a companion to an elderly gentleman on a country estate, she sees an opportunity for a fresh start (even if there’s a chance she might run into an old flame). It’s charming, utterly romantic and you’ll just love joining Caro on her magical summer adventure.

Out in February 2019

She Lies In Wait by Gytha Lodge

This is one of the biggest crime debuts of 2019 and you CANNOT miss it! It's dark, deep and terrifying, about six friends who went camping one night in 1983. Thirty years later, the body of young Aurora is found in a secret hideaway that only the friends knew about. The killer, it seems, was always close to home. You'll fly through every page, unable to put it down, and unable to guess who you can trust.

Out in March 2019

My Name is Anna by Lizzy Barber

This chilling story won't let you go until you finish the last page! Anna has been taught that her heart's desire to visit Astroland, a theme park, is ungodly. But when she rebels on her 18th birthday and heads there anywhere, the place feels strangely familiar to her. Another girl, Rosie, has grown up in the shadow of her missing sister, a person she barely remembers. Her parents have spent years searching for her after she was abducted at a theme park. Two girls. Two stories. (And you might just devour it in two hours!)

Out in January 2019

Star-Crossed by Minnie Darke

It's written in the stars that you will pick up this book and love it in 2019! If you love Marian Keyes and Jojo Moyes then this is the read for you. Justine bumps into her teenage crush Nick, and finds out that he uses his horoscope to guide him through life. As she works for a magazine, she makes a few slight tweaks to the Aquarius before it goes to print, pretty sure it won't do any harm. It's just the stars, right?

Out in April 2019

Day of the Accident by Nuala Ellwood

If you love staying up all night with a book you can't tear your eyes from, this book needs to be in your hands right now. It's so clever, so twisty, and full of mind games that'll keep you guessing. Maggie wakes up from a coma and is told that her daughter died after she drove them both into a river. That her husband, Sean, hasn't been seen since the funeral. But, unsure of why her husband would have disappeared, Maggie can't quite shake the feeling that her daughter is still alive. It's utterly thrilling stuff.

Out in February 2019

The Rosie Result by Graeme Simsion

If you adored The Rosie Project and The Rosie Effect, you'll be clapping your hands with glee with the arrival of The Rosie Result. With a ten year old son, 3653 days of marriage and a downward curve on his life-contentment graph, Dom is trying to learn what it means to be a good parent as well as a good partner. It will somehow involve opening a cocktail bar. And it will be every bit as colourful, endearing and laugh-out-loud as the previous two Rosie novels!

Out in April 2019

Tell Me a Secret by Jane Fallon

We loved Jane Fallon's smart, edgy books Faking Friends and My Sweet Revenge, and Tell Me A Secret surely won't disappoint! With strong leading ladies and darker themes like revenge and toxic friendship, her writing feels like rom com with a devilish twist. Holly and Roz are best friends, and best friends are supposed to be happy for one another. But when Holly gets the opportunity of a lifetime, she can't help shake the feeling that Roz doesn't seem quite on side...

Out in January 2019

The Girl at the Window by Rowan Coleman

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We loved Rowan Coleman’s hit The Summer of Impossible Things in 2018, and her latest novel sounds every bit as enchanting. Trudy grew up in the magical Ponden Hall, the setting of Wuthering Heights and frequent haunt of the Brontës. Now, tragedy brings her back with her young son in tow. But she soon discovers that the past lies in the walls of the house, and its previous generations might just be able to reach her in the present…

Out in August 2019

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