Is there a cure for a broken heart?
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?
This was such a brilliant and emotional read, Rowan tackles some serious issues in this book that I think some people will be able to relate to. I loved all the characters, I felt really sorry for Ellen and to see how she struggled day to day, but she got there in the end.
I loved Charlie and thought he sounded such a fantastic boy to help look after his mum and he did make me chuckle a few times too. This was a heart warming story that made me want to read it really quickly so that I could find out what happened to all the characters.
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