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'A moving novel that had me gripped from the start' Bella Andre, New York Times bestselling author of The Sullivans
Does the heart ever really forget?
When Ava’s partner Will is diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour, the doctors give Will one chance to survive - an operation which means he will lose his recent memory. Ava begs him to take the chance, sure that she can cope with Will forgetting her. After all, they have something very special to live for.
But they are also keeping a heart-breaking secret, and if Will loses his memory, Ava will have to carry that secret alone.
Can they rebuild their love from scratch or will their secrets and past come between them? Will Ava really be a stranger when Will wakes up – or does the heart never really forget…
Giselle Green returns with a heart-breaking, deeply moving story of love, loss, and what it really means to be alive. Perfect for all fans of Jodi Picoult, Susan Lewis and Diane Chamberlain.
Praise for Giselle Green’s novels:
'A genuinely heart-wrenching and thought-provoking read.' The Sun
‘A heartwarming, emotional take on a mother/daughter relationship. I couldn’t put it down.’ Closer
'A bitter sweet tear-jerker' OK
What readers are saying about The Girl You Forgot:
'WOW! The Girl You Forgot is easily the best book I have read this year!' Literacy Indulgence
’Oh this book really was heartbreaking and emotional. One that really pulls on your heartstrings with some lovely characters. I loved it.' ReadPea
'This very readable book has it all, such real characters, a fascinating plot, beautiful and very descriptive imagery, and a storyline that will stir up so many emotions. I was totally absorbed by this book, and sorry when it was finished. Gorgeous.' Sibzzreads
'The Girl You Forgot is much more than a romance story. It has a plot that covers more serious issues, has engaging characters and is a very enjoyable, and thought provoking read.' My Reading Corner
'The Girl You Forgot is such a heartbreaking tale, that will reduce you to a complete emotional mess, but it’s totally worth it!' Cara's Book Boudoir
'This was a heck of a heart-wrenching story! From the very start I felt the pain this couple was feeling.' Tizi's Book Review
'A heart-wrenching love story that will haunt readers long after the last page is turned, Giselle Green’s The Girl You Forgot is a must-read for fans of Jojo Moyes’ Me Before You.' Bookish Jottings
'Heartfelt and heartbreaking' Ellsea Loves Reading
'The Girl You Forgot is truthful, honest realistic and heartfelt as well as the kind of novel that makes you really feel for the protagonists. My heart was in my mouth more than a few times.' Just Katherine
'The Girl You Forgot is so beautifully written with a devastating plotline that is handled perfectly. It’s a heartbreaking story of hope for the future, lost memories and how love always tries to conquer all.
Handsome Scotsman Cal’s a dream tour guide… but he’s got some secrets of his own. Unknown to the others, caring Cal usually works as a male escort… a job which keeps him trapped and compromised, and also keeps any real chance of love at bay. Meeting the girls, Cal is poignantly about to reconnect with the side of him that once longed for more.
Meanwhile, Sofia’s faced with the dilemma of how best to support Ida whilst keeping her fiancé and family on side.
Questioning how ‘free’ she really is… Sofia’s now forced to consider what price she’s prepared to pay, to follow her conscience and her heart?
'A beautiful story... heartwarming, inspiring and full of hope.' (Kraftireader)
'A sweet and romantic comedy about life, love, and what it really means to care about people' (Books and Readers)
Handsome, 27-year old, Nate Hardman is a frontline reporter with a big problem. Suffering from shell-shock and unable to leave his house, he’s already lost his social life and his girlfriend. Now his career prospects are sinking fast.
9 year-old Adam Boxley who lives alone with his ageing nan, also has big problems. Neglected at home and bullied at school, he’s desperate to reach out to his dad – and that’s when he sends his first letter to Nate. Only Nate’s not who he thinks he is. Will he help? More importantly – can he?
Across town meanwhile, caring but impulsive teacher Jenna Tierney really wants to help Adam - except the feisty redhead has already had enough of teaching. Recently hurt by yet another cheating boyfriend, Jenna’s now set her sights on pursuing a dream career abroad ... only she’s about to meet Nate - her dream man who’ll make her re-think everything.
The big question is; can three people desperate to find love, ever find happiness when they’re only connected by one big lie?
Finding You - the standalone sequel to Little Miracles.
Julia and Charlie are ecstatic to be reunited with their stolen child, Hadyn. A year after he was snatched from a beach in Spain during a family holiday, they had feared that he would never be found alive.
Now the couple are eager for their lives to return to normal – but something is very wrong. Hadyn is still in many ways a ‘lost’ child. He seems to have been badly affected by the abduction, making it impossible for the family to simply pick up the pieces and move on.
In their efforts to unravel exactly what happened to their son and to find a cure, Julia and Charlie clash as to the best way forward. As their own insecurities surface, their relationship comes under threat - a situation not helped by the appearance of a former lover who is only too happy to rock the boat.
As dark secrets are uncovered, the couple’s love for each other is tested to its very limits, and they begin to doubt that they will ever be able to help their troubled little boy...
Until, at last, they stumble across an unexpected truth. A truth that might be the only thing left that could save their family.
Emotionally intense and deeply moving, this follow-up to Little Miracles will grip you from the very first page.
'A genuinely heart-wrenching and thought-provoking read.'
Sue’s Book Reviews:
‘I couldn’t put it down and had to neglect everything else to finish it. ... An entirely satisfactory and conclusive ending ... I would recommend ‘Finding You’ highly to anyone who enjoys this kind of character-driven thoughtful novel, whether or not you have read the previous one’.
‘A deeply moving book that kept the MummyPages team fully engrossed from cover to cover.’
In this book, Giselle Green examines the zodiac in terms of the four elements, earth, fire, air and water. She describes the twelve sun signs and relates them to the elements. Examples of characters from well-known books have been used throughout, and writers are shown how even characters with the same motivation may desire a different outcome. This is a book which makes the patterns of the zodiac accessible to the writer and to anyone with an interest in astrology.
Two sisters. Best of friends. Worst of enemies.
Hollie Hudson and her husband Richard are fast losing hope…
Despite her infertility, Hollie is unable to give up her dream of having her own family and so calls on her last chance – her wayward half-sister. 24-year-old blonde bombshell Scarlett is the antithesis of her darker, more reserved older sister and capable of giving Hollie the miracle she so desperately desires.
Having single-handedly bought Scarlett up after their runaway mother abandoned them, Scarlett knows she owes Hollie everything – and now it's time to pay her back with the ultimate gift.
After a number of unsuccessful IVF attempts, the doctor advises that Scarlett and Richard try the natural method to conceive. Scarlett hides her delight as she has always harboured a secret crush on Richard, and Hollie is desperate to try anything. However Richard baulks at the idea, realising the problems it will cause later on…
While Hollie is delighted when Scarlet later falls pregnant, little does she know that she may be bringing a child into a shattered family which harbours secrets and dangerous desires.
Find out more in this mesmerising and heartbreaking tale from a stunning British talent about sacrifice, sisterhood and the ultimate gift..
Perfect for fans of Jojo Moyes, Diane Chamberlain and Jodi Picoult.
Rachel Wetherby has just been told the news no mother should ever have to hear. Her daughter, Shelley, has a terminal illness.
Convincing her mum that she’d like to spend her last birthday in Cornwall, a place of so many happy memories, Shelley decides to make every moment count. Because unknown to Rachel, Shelley is juggling a secret romance with planning her own death.
But when she opens a box left by her grandmother, Shelley discovers a past she never knew existed. It’s a past that will make her laugh and cry in equal measure. And it will help Shelley and her mother find the joy in every moment that she has left . . .
Sometimes only faith can hold you together…
When a routine trip to the beach turns to tragedy, Julia Fearon’s life becomes a heartbreaking search for the truth.
When she arrives in Spain with fiancé Charlie and their toddler Hadyn, Julia is excited at the prospect of meeting his family.
But Julia’s happiness is short-lived as she becomes increasingly isolated from the strict and deeply religious clan, and lies from her past threaten to destroy her future happiness.
Then tragedy strikes and Haydn disappears on a day out at the beach. Whilst the authorities presume him drowned, Julia is tortured by the thought that her child is alive – and has been snatched.
Grief-stricken, Julia searches desperately for the truth, whilst Charlie throws himself into his work. Consumed by the fact that they may never know what happened that day, can Julia find the strength to let Haydn go? Or will her faith be rewarded with the truth?
Heart wrenching and morally complex, if you love Dorothy Koomson and Jodi Picoult, you’ll love Giselle Green.