Pass the tissues – I’m reading Pieces of You, by Ella Harper

Pieces of You Ella Harper

I’m really excited to have been approved for a copy of Pieces of You on Netgalley, I’ve been seeing such amazing things about it online. The one recurring theme definitely reiterates that this is a truly moving book, so I felt prepared when I began, but, wow! I can’t believe how moving even the first few pages were!

This is going to be great, I’ve got such a good feeling about this one!


10 thoughts on “Pass the tissues – I’m reading Pieces of You, by Ella Harper

    • This is the description:

      ‘Lucy. I don’t even know how to start this letter.
      Something happened. Something terrible . . .

      Lucy was always sure of one thing – her future with husband and soulmate Luke. But after eight long, heartbreaking years trying to have a baby, that future is crumbling before her eyes.
      When a terrible accident puts Luke into a coma, Lucy is forced to reassess everything she thought she wanted.

      Then a woman arrives with a shocking secret that will force Lucy to make the hardest decision of her life.’

      The story of their wanting a child is just heart-breaking within the first few pages!


      • For classics, I adore Jane Austen’s novels. Pride & Prejudice is of course a favourite, but I also really love Emma.
        More modern books that i recommend whole-heartedly are books by Nicholas Sparks and Cecelia Ahern. Sparks’ stories are just beautifully heart-wrenching, and Ahern’s are simply magical.

        I hope this helps!


      • Thank you for your suggestions. They mean a lot.
        Ah the classics ! I’ve been missing out on them the most. I had started with Anne Bronte’s Agnes Grey..which doesn’t seem to be much of a romance, although the classic English; long sentences, good vocab is fantastic to read.

        I will definitely go for pride and prejudice once I am done with Anne bronte’s.

        Nicholas Sparks..ahaan…doesn’t he write too simple English? I have read a few books of his. The guardian, a walk to remember, a bend in the road, to name a few.
        He doesn’t interest me a lot. 😦
        Cecelia Ahern..I ve read P.S. I Love You of her’s which is a normal click flick. I hope rest are good.

        Thanks a zill anyways. Too glad. 😀

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      • Yay so please you’re going to read P&P! I agree, I love the language used in the classics!

        I have heard mixed reports of how poeple take Nicholas Sparks, the language isn’t for everyone I agree. I just love the stories.

        Cecelia Ahern does write general chick lit, PS. I love you for example, but others have a more magical note – such as If You Could See Me Now and Thanks For The Memories.

        Enjoy & you’re welcome 🙂 xx


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