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Always In December by Emily Stone
About The Book
Josie Morgan never looks forward to December. It’s always a reminder of the life she lost, twenty years ago. Now, she always switches off the radio when Christmas music comes on. She always
wants to tear down the tinsel her flatmate insists on pinning up. And she always posts a letter she knows will never be read.
Max Carter never expected to find himself stranded in London just days before Christmas. He never expected it would be so hard to say goodbye to a woman he hardly knows. Then again, he never expected to fall in love.
But, this December, when Josie’s letter leads her to Max, a chance encounter will change their lives in the most remarkable way. And their story is only just beginning . . .
Would you turn back in time to not meet the love of your life if you knew that you’ll not see them again? I think this is a question that I always wondered, would I try to stop starting a relationship knowing that it will not last? The truth is I don’t know, loving someone is like being in a roller coaster, but missing the chance to live it I think it could be much worse; the question that always remain is “Would my life be different?”
This is the story of Josie and Max, a love story; but as a good love story it will have a bittersweet ending… But, it’s not always the start of something else? Maybe this is the way their love will last forever in their hearts, the push they needed to make their lives different.
This is a beautiful read, you’ll smile, cry and dream; that’s why this book is so powerful and special. Don’t be afraid of your emotions, because Josie and Max will make you live them in your own skin, don’t forget the tissues when you read this book!
But “Always, in December” it’s not only about love, but friendship and family; because they are the ones that are there when the world crumbles around us, and they will make the story between Josie and Max so special, the secondary characters that make it real.
I don’t usually read sad stories but this one, even the sad part, was beautiful.
The way that makes it real is nicely written, not perfect but touchable and emotive. I’ll have it forever in my heart.
Are you ready for “Always, in December”?
About The Author
Emily Stone lives and works in Chepstow and wrote Always, in December in an old Victorian manor house with an impressive literary heritage. Her debut novel was partly inspired by the death of her mother, when Emily was seven, and wanting to write something that reflected the fact that you carry this grief into adulthood, long after you supposedly move on from the event itself.