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Praise for How We Met
‘Katy Regan is a brilliant writer and this tale is another belter.’ – The Sun
‘A warm and touching account of loss and life.’ **** – Daily Express
‘Beautifully written, this tale absolutely fizzes with energy, has totally believable characters, convincing dialogue and is funny, moving and memorable.’ – Sunday Mirror
‘Veering from uproarious humour to tissue-clutching sadness, Katy Regan’s third novel tackles love, loss and sherry-fuelled scrabble games.’ – Marie Claire
‘A brilliantly honest exploration of how people come to terms with the loss of a loved one… Floods. Of. Tears.’ 9/10 – Now magazine
‘Nicely done’ – Star magazine
‘We defy you not to draw up your own “before I’m 30” list afterwards.’ – ASOS magazine
'Realistic, poignant and life affirming, a thoroughly enjoyable read.' Katie Fforde
‘I loved this gorgeous, big-hearted book – it's heartbreaking, hilarious and ultimately life-affirming…A wonderful read… How Wet Met is bursting with joy, love and friendship' Fiona Gibson
'How We Met' is a beautifully written emotional, vibrant and joyful book that will stay with you long after you've read the final page.' Rowan Coleman
“A poignant and funny novel about loss, love, having faith in friendship and learning to live again.” Novelicious
“I cannot recommend this book enough. A heart felt read about friendship, loss, love and life!” I Heart Books• 'Regan writes brilliantly, humorously and sensitively.' Sara Lawrence, Daily Mail
• ‘A fab read’ Company
• 'An entertaining, engaging and effortless read full of warmth and humour' Rowan Coleman
•‘Funny and thought-provoking, a great read’ Julia Llewellyn
Your past will always be part of you, but does it have to define your future? Or can you rewrite your story?
I want to explain it all to you. How this happened. How that summer – the summer I was 16 – made me the person I am today.
I want to share my memories with you: the happy memories are like sunbursts, sparkling on the sea. But then, like a current dragging me under, there's that summer of 1997.
The summer my life exploded.
The summer I had to grow up.
The summer you came into my life.
And so this is the story of you.
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