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  • Paperback: 432 pages
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK; Paperback Original edition (21 May 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1471138410
  • ISBN-13: 978-1471138416
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 0.1 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (256 customer reviews)
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‘For smart romantic fiction look no further than the new book from bestselling Paige Toon… Prepare yourself for a massive twist’ (RED on The One We Fell in Love With)

‘A beautiful story of love and loss’  (My Weekly on The One We Fell in Love With)

About the Author

Paige Toon was born in 1975. A philosophy graduate, she worked at teen, film and women's magazines, before ending up at Heat magazine as Reviews Editor. She is very experienced at events and interviews and has a significant social media following. The One We Fell in Love With was picked for the Zoella Book Club. Her novels are bestsellers throughout Europe.


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By Joey VINE VOICE on 3 Jun. 2015
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I am a MASSIVE PT fan and have been looking forward to this release for the last year.

Amber is married to Ned and when her father is taken sick in Australia, Amber immediately flies back to nurse him. Amber's life in London hasn't been going so well - her marriage needs work and she has been made redundant. Back in her old home town she comes across her unrequited teenage love, Ethan and old feelings resurface. The book then follows Amber and the decisions she makes about her marriage and Ethan.

I really like that PT has created a love story out of a less than perfect situation. In the last year or so, I have lost my interest in "chick-lit", struggling to identify with 20 something protagonists (I'm mid 30s) who have great careers, great clothes and are just missing the perfect man in their life, only to get him, lose him temporarily and then get him back. With The Sun In Her Eyes, PT has shown what happens at the end of that fairytale, that your life doesn't stay perfect just because you bagged the man of your dreams. It shows that actually, circumstances do take a toll on relationships and that yes, you will still find other people attractive and examines the choices Amber makes. It wasn't the story I was expecting, Ethan certainly wasn't a stereotypical love interest but PT managed to make me fall in love with him (and out) just as Amber did. I loved that the ending wasn't "clean" and really want a sequel to find out what happens a few years down the line.

I think PT has an incredible skill in her writing - her books are easy to read and the prose is by no means heavy, but what is there packs a punch. I have read all of her books and have felt everything that is being described as it if is happening to me.
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Oh dear, it's obviously just me ! I was really looking forward to reading the latest book by PT as I have read her other most recent books and loved them :-) but I'm sorry to say I was really disappointed with this one. I nearly gave up a third of the way through it but I was determined to read what Doris had to say.
I finished the book and have to say that if this had been my first PT book then it would have been my last !
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I have read most of Paige Toon books, and was shocked when I found this that I hadn't read.
At the beginning it took me a while to get into, I thought I could predict what happened next so was put off, then bam! Big twist, gripped again beautiful ending! A must read if you have enjoyed other books
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This is my fourth or fifth book by the author and I have to admit my least favourite. I even liked Thirteen Weddings better and that didn't even have the ending I wanted but the story and characters got to me more.

I can't say I felt anything for Amber, maybe the fact that she was already married from the start and in a somewhat good marriage with Ned made me a little uncomfortable with what was going on with Ethan. If Ned hadn't been in the picture I would have been all over the Ethan and Amber storyline. Revisiting first-loves is fine by me, but not necessarily when you're quite happily married. If she'd been unhappy, sure.

As for the letter that Doris sent her asking to meet so she could hear the message her mum wanted to give her, I was a little, make that a lot disappointed by that. I was expecting some big secret or something...

Despite not enjoying this as much as the others it has made me want to go on a Paige Toon book binge so I've hunted out all the ones I have but not read yet and will be reading Pictures of Lily first before moving onto Lucy in the Sky, One Perfect Summer, The Accidental Life of Jessie Jefferson and The Longest Holiday.
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Read it so quickly, I had to go back and read it a second time to fully appreciate it. The main character goes through a rollercoaster of emotions and you really feel for her. Heartwarming story with the usual and Toon wit!
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Firstly, I have enjoyed reading all of Paige's books throughout the years. I started with Johnny be good at the age of 17 and worked my way backwards. Since then I have waited patiently every 8/12 months for a new book to come out. I have nothing but respect for Toon as an author as she writes some of my favourite books of all time. However, when re-reading all my old favourites there was one theme in each book that has started to annoy me. I started to give it more thought when reading 'the sun in her eyes' as I noticed that each book has themes of adultery/cheating. I mean every book she has written has a character who has either been cheated on or has engaged in cheating. This sounds stupid but it has really started to annoy me. For example, Amber cheated (Sun in her eyes), Alice was unfaithful (Perfect Summer), Meg (Johnny Be Good + Baby be Mine), Lucy (Kissed Nathan/was being cheated on in Lucy in the sky), Laura was cheated on by her soon to be husband and the racing car driver in Daisy be good and obviously Daisy was involved in some sort of cheating scandal. I really don't know why this has annoyed me so much but it honestly has....I'm guessing in her new book Jessie will either be cheated on by the guy in the USA or the boy she's left behind in England. I understand that adultery exists in society but it's really annoying me how Paige seems to normalise it and act like it is a part of EVERY characters relationships. The theme is becoming boring and tired in my opinion and I would like to see some of her characters move past this.
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