Dear Rosie Hughes by Melanie Hudson

“A wonderful story of friendship, family and love” Sunday Times bestseller Milly Johnson

A long lost friendship reconnected in letters, laughs and unforgettable life lessons… Jojo Moyes meets The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society in this powerfully moving novel!

The best friendships are worth fighting for…

It’s been fifteen years since Aggie’s friendship with Rosie Hughes ended abruptly. But now she’s heard from the village rumour mill that Rosie is off to war, she knows her best friend needs her more than ever – despite what’s happened between them in the past. As Rosie faces a desert full of danger and Aggie falls further from the path to love she’ so wants, the two friends write each other letters. The comfort in their shared words is an anchor to the life they knew before…and the only constant in a world as increasingly unpredictable as the wind.

Readers ADORE Dear Rosie Hughes…

`This book is going to be spoken about everywhere…I really really loved it’ Karen Whittard, Reviewer `I loved this story of friendship…emotional and memorable’ Jessica Bryson, Reviewer

`Definitely a book I would read over and over again…Highly recommend’ 5 stars, Ginger Book Geek Blog

`You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, but most of all it will make you treasure the friends you have as who knows what each day may bring’ Book Lovers Anonymous

The book came out today and you can order yours or buy it from Amazon (paperback and kindle version as well), Waterstones, Foyles, WHSmith

Subject to availability. I noticed that some retailers are already out of stock

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