Is there a cure for a broken heart?
Perfect for fans of Jojo Moyes, this is a heartfelt and uplifting novel from the author of The Memory Book and Zoe Ball Book Club pick The Summer of Impossible Things
Once upon a time, Ellen Woods had her 'happily ever after' moment when she married her beloved Nick. But fifteen years later her husband's tragic death leaves her alone with their soon-to-become-a-teenager son and a mountain of debt.
On the verge of losing the family home Ellen decides to rent out some rooms, and all too soon a whole host of characters enter her ordered but fragile existence – each with their own messy life in tow. But will this be enough to pull her out of her grief so she can learn to live – and love – again?
I immediately read The Memory Book and it's WONDERFUL ... I'm so happy because she's written other books and its so lovely to find a writer you love who has a backlist
I really enjoyed this. It's comforting and captivating, and it feels like it's good for you ... Well written, emotionally satisfying and engaging
I loved, loved, loved it. I read it until the early hours. Thoroughly enjoyable
Satisfying and moving,The Happy Home For Broken Hearts is a cracking read
Emotional reconnection is the order of the day ... from this schematic premise, Coleman fashions an unexpectedly touching book