A thoroughly indulgent escape from those chilly winter nights, The Place We Met is guaranteed to transport you to a wonderland of hidden secrets, shocking pasts and surprising romance. I devoured this smart, enthralling story of two women whose fates are entwined in the most incredible way. Isabelle Broom is the queen of heartfelt fiction. She just gets better and better (Victoria Fox author of The Silent Fountain)
Praise for Isabelle Broom (-)
We loved it! (Closer)
Warning: you will shed tears and end up booking a trip! (Prima)
Prepare for tears and laughter (Fabulous)
Unashamedly romantic (Sunday Express)
Brilliantly evocative (Paige Toon)
Brilliant, warm and beautifully judged - I raced through it (Cathy Kelly)
A lovely, absorbing novel, full of the beauty and mystery of Mojacar (Kate Eberlen)
From the Back Cover
The light glittering on the water, the delicious food and dazzling fireworks - Lake Como at New Year's Eve could be the perfect place to fall in love. Or the perfect place for it all to fall apart . . .
Lucy may have suff ered her fair share of bad men, but now she has Pete. Lovely, kind, handsome Pete. Finally, a man worth sharing her favourite place with. That's if she can put mysterious phone calls and glamorous ex-girlfriends out of her mind . . .
Taggie's job as a tour guide keeps her rushed off her feet, but distraction is what she needs to forget why she fl ed England and the sadness she left behind. She certainly doesn't have time for infuriating stranger Marco. A man is the last thing she needs right now.
As New Year's Eve approaches, the two women's lives collide and the fireworks really begin. Lucy and Taggie may be looking for new beginnings, but Lake Como has other ideas . . .
'A lovely, absorbing novel, full of beauty and mystery' Kate Eberlen, author of Richard & Judy pick Miss You on Then. Now. Always.