A Sunday Times bestseller who has been compared to both Elizabeth Noble and Maeve Binchy, Harriet Evans worked in publishing before becoming a Sunday Times bestselling author.
From a family of writers, she was born in London in 1974 and studied Classical Studies at Bristol University. She now lives in Angel, north London with her family and her books Going Home, Love Always and A Hopeless Romantic have all sold thousands of copies.
Rich, witty and moving, I Remember You is for anyone who likes to dream about a new life - and for anyone who still remembers their first love!
For Tess Tennant, spring brings the promise of a fresh start. She's moving back to her picture-perfect home town to take up a teaching job. Langford is a place of pretty stone cottages, friendly locals in oak-beamed pubs and of course Adam, her best friend since childhood. But Adam is preoccupied with a new girlfriend, and the past - which Tess thought she'd put behind her - is looming large again. So by the time she has to take her class on a trip to Rome, Tess is feeling reckless. She is swept off her feet by a mysterious stranger, and finds herself falling in love. But her magical Roman Holiday is about to turn into a nightmare! Back in Langford Adam is gone and everything has changed.Tess has to decide, once and for all, where she belongs and with whom.