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From a dazzling new talent in women's fiction, comes a swimmingly beautiful love story with a little twist in the tail.
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From a dazzling new talent in women's fiction, comes a swimmingly beautiful love story with a little twist in the tail.
Effie's not perfect. Neither is Theo. But together, they're pretty close.

Matilda 'Effie' Heaton has always felt like she's swimming against the tide. Everyone around her has life sorted, but Effie's living with her parents and crying into a wine bottle at night. The only thing she loves is her job at a bookshop, where she can lose herself in other people's stories.

But then she meets Theo, who knows only too well that life isn't something to take for granted.

Because Theo has a life-changing secret, and as Effie starts to realise that she's falling in love instead of falling apart, fate steps in and deals her a new hand. And this time, the stakes are high.



A gorgeous, heart-breaking read for fans of Jojo Moyes and Gail Honeyman.

Products specifications
Publisher Harper Perrenial
ISBN 9780008365707
Published 14/05/2020
Binding Paperback
Pages 400
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From a dazzling new talent in women's fiction, comes a swimmingly beautiful love story with a little twist in the tail.
Effie's not perfect. Neither is Theo. But together, they're pretty close.

Matilda 'Effie' Heaton has always felt like she's swimming against the tide. Everyone around her has life sorted, but Effie's living with her parents and crying into a wine bottle at night. The only thing she loves is her job at a bookshop, where she can lose herself in other people's stories.

But then she meets Theo, who knows only too well that life isn't something to take for granted.

Because Theo has a life-changing secret, and as Effie starts to realise that she's falling in love instead of falling apart, fate steps in and deals her a new hand. And this time, the stakes are high.



A gorgeous, heart-breaking read for fans of Jojo Moyes and Gail Honeyman.