CHASE AWAY YOUR BLUES WITH “THE DAY WE MET”

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If books help us chase away the blues, then the Waiting on Wednesday event at Breaking the Spine is our place to go.  There we can find many eagerly anticipated reads, and can add them to our lists.

Today I am excited about an upcoming release by Rowan Coleman, whose books I have enjoyed ever since I started blogging and discovered them.  The Day We Met will be released on March 31, 2015…so not too long to wait!

 

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Amazon Description:  For fans of Jojo Moyes’s Me Before You comes a beautifully written, heartwarming novel about mothers and daughters, husbands and wives. The Day We Met asks: Can you love someone you don’t remember falling in love with?

A gorgeous husband, two beautiful children, a job she loves—Claire’s got it all. And then some. But lately, her mother hovers more than a helicopter, her husband Greg seems like a stranger, and her kids are like characters in a movie. Three-year-old Esther’s growing up in the blink of an eye, and twenty-year-old Caitlin, with her jet-black hair and clothes to match, looks like she’s about to join a punk band—and seems to be hiding something. Most concerning, however, is the fact that Claire is losing her memory, including that of the day she met Greg.

When Claire meets a handsome stranger on a rainy day, she starts to wonder if Greg still belongs in her life. She knows she should love him, but she can’t always remember why. When Greg gives her a blank book, Claire fills its pages with private memories and keepsakes, jotting down beginnings and endings and everything in between. The book becomes the story of Claire—her passions, her sorrows, her joys, her adventures in a life that refuses to surrender to a fate worse than dying: disappearing.

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What do you think?  Would this book be one you could curl up with? Could it chase away your blue days?

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