We’ll Always Have Paris by Sue Watson published 28 July 2016

Rosie Carter is getting over the death of her husband when she bumps into her first love Peter. She hasn’t seen Peter for 47 years since the day he broke her heart, which she never got over. Seeing Peter again opens old wounds but Rosie finds she still has feelings for him. Can they put the past behind the them and have a future together, or can some actions never be forgiven?
This is a beautifully written, heartwarming book about finding love in your later years. The characters are endearing and realistic. As a person who lost a parent 2 years ago I identified with Rosie’s daughters, Anna and Isobel, concern for their mother. The storyline is a bit predictable but leaves the reader uplifted. Overall, a lovely story about equally lovely people.

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