Stephanie doesn’t believe in fate, true love or living happily ever after. She’s content enough being engaged to Matt. But then she meets Jamie, who understands her more than anyone else ever has.
Jamie is happily married to his childhood sweetheart Helen and believes in everything Stephanie doesn’t. So why does he have such a strong connection with Stephanie?
When Stephanie and Jamie meet one fateful weekend in 2006 it will change everything…
Ten years. Two people. One epic love story.
The Day We Met is an immensely moving and heart-warming epic love story perfect for fans of Josie Silver’s One Day in December and Zoë Folbigg’s The Note.
The Day We Met is available now in ebook and in paperback on the 7th March 2019. You can purchase or pre-order your copy using the link below.
I have to admit to being a little dubious when I see a book described as an epic love story but I have to admit that the love story featured in this book is a wonderful one.
The story is told from both Stephanie and Jamie’s point of view which made for fascinating reading. The connection between the two main characters was amazing and I loved to read about them. They are truly the dream relationship and the chemistry between them is palpable, making it feel very real. I found myself caring about them and wanting to read more about them.
This was a beautifully written, compelling book that you can’t help falling in love with. I so enjoyed reading about the development of their relationship and there were some surprising twists that ensured I kept reading. I don’t want to say too much for fear of giving too much away but I guarantee this is one book that will just draw you into the story and keep you thoroughly gripped until the end.
Huge thanks to Anne Cater for inviting me onto the blog tour and to Tess from Ebury Publishers for my copy debug this book. If you like epic love stories then you’ll love this book!
About The Author:
Roxie was born and raised in Middlesbrough.
After studying Classics at Newcastle University, she realised she needed a break from studying Latin, Ancient Greek and all that serious stuff, so naturally, she became a dancer in a nightclub (à la Coyote Ugly) for a few years before going to live in Australia. Upon returning to the UK she became a criminal barrister for 7 years.
It was after constantly being told “Oh! You don’t look like a barrister!” that the idea for her debut novel was born.
Roxie lives in Yarm, a pretty little market town in the North-East. She’s a bit (lot) obsessed with Prince and spends far too much time watching him on YouTube. Her hobbies include watching musicals, making her hair as big as possible, and wishing she was Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
You can follow her on Twitter/Instagram @toodletinkbaby She’s also on Facebook as Roxie Cooper.