Rachel Marks

Hello, Stranger

Hello, Stranger

a romantic, relatable and unforgettable love story

Summary

PRE-ORDER the unpredictible and big-hearted new love story from the author of Until Next Weekend and Saturdays at Noon!

'TOTALLY UNPUTDOWNABLE' 5* Reader review
'HAVE YOUR TISSUES READY' 5* Reader review
'THE ENDING WAS PERFECT' 5* Reader review

'Clever, poignant, and satisfying'
Sunday Times bestseller Katie Fforde
'An eminently real and relatable love story . . . Lucy and Jamie had me at Hello' Julietta Henderson, author of The Funny Thing About Norman Foreman
'Heartbreakingly tender & poignant. It kept me guessing & hoping until the last page' Sophie Claire, author of A Winter's Dream

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From their very first date, Jamie and Lucy know they've met THE ONE.

They're as different as night and day. Jamie's a home bird, while Lucy's happiest on holiday. He has a place for everything - she can never find her keys.

Yet, somehow, they make each other happier than they ever thought possible.

So why does their story start with them saying 'goodbye'?

And does this really have to be the end. . . ?

Relatable, romantic and heartbreakingly real, HELLO, STRANGER proves that the best love stories often have the most unexpected endings.


Praise for Until Next Weekend:

'A total delight. Beautifully observed, painfully funny and profoundly moving, it's a wise and wonderful story of hope and love. I adored it!' Miranda Dickinson, Sunday Times bestselling author

'A delightful, heart-warming read. The characters feel so real... I'm sure I must know them somehow!' Sophie Cousens, author of the New York Times bestseller This Time Next Year

'Rachel Marks packs a novel with all the emotions - hope, fear, love, despair and - ultimately - joy' Clare Pooley, bestselling author of The Authenticity Project

'Unpredictable and satisfying' Heidi Swain, Sunday Times bestselling author

'As tender and emotional as it is funny, it made me laugh out loud A LOT, and it made me sob' Cressida McLaughlin

'Heartbreaking, heartwarming, perfect!' Rosie Goodwin, Sunday Times bestselling author

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