Dear Rosie Hughes

By Melanie Hudson

Jojo Moyes meets The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society in this powerfully moving novel!

‘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…

Rosie Hughes hasn’t heard from her childhood best friend Aggie Braithwaite in over fifteen years. Aggie, who’d rather be reading happy ever afters in her favourite romance novels, still lives in their small West Yorkshire village, whilst Rosie has been travelling the world. But, now, at a time when both friends need each other the most, they’ve found their way back to one another – and themselves – by writing letters.

The comfort found in their shared stories is a love letter to the friendship, community and life they once knew. And so it begins, Dear Rosie…

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

Format: ebook
Release Date: 01 Feb 2019
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-831961-8
Melanie Hudson was born in Yorkshire in 1971, the youngest of six children. Her earliest memory is of standing with her brother on the street corner selling her dad\'s surplus vegetables (imagine The Good Life in Barnsley and you\'re more or less there).After running away to join the British armed forces in 1994, Melanie experienced a career that took her around the world on some exciting adventures. In 2010, when she returned to civilian life to look after her young son, on a whim, she moved to Dubai where she found the time to write women\'s fiction. She now lives in Cornwall with her family.Her debut, The Wedding Cake Tree, won the Romantic Novelists’ Association Contemporary Romance Novel of the Year 2016.