Ten Years by Pernille Hughes

Becca and Charlie have known each other since university.
Becca and Charlies have also hated each other since university.

Until now. Until Ally’s bucket list. The death of their loved one should mean they can go their separate ways and not look back. But completing the list is something neither of them can walk away from.

And sometimes, those who bring out the worst in you, also bring out the very best…

Over the course of ten years, Becca and Charlie’s paths collide as they deal with grief, love and life after Ally.

My thoughts:

Thank you to One More Chapter for a digital review copy via NetGalley to read and review. I had planned to join the OMC blogger readalong but life events meant that I couldn’t, however after reading the other blogger reviews, I knew I had to make time to read this book and I’m sharing a mini review today.

Thank you Pernille Hughes for introducing me to Becca and Charlie. Although this book is sad in places due to the death of Ally, the story is uplifting and I found myself laughing out loud, as Becca and Charlie reluctantly spent time together to complete the bucket list tasks.

I loved reading this book and found myself swept up in the story, hoping that Becca and Charlie could help each other move forward. Happy to recommend and the ebook is currently 99p on the Kindle if my review has tempted you to read the book.

By Karen K is reading

An avid reader from the age of 4. Love escaping into a good novel after a busy day working with students. Mum. Adopter of dogs.

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