About the book
From the moment they meet one December day there’s something between Charlotte Taylor and her brother’s best friend, Tom Farley. But fate isn’t ready to let them be together yet.
Another five years pass before their paths cross again, and this time a tragic secret forces Charlie to make a choice.
The years pass and Charlie moves on but she can never forget Tom. Can she leave the life she has built for one last chance? Or is the one that got away not really the one at all?
Don’t we all think about our “what if” moments from time to time? I know I do!
What if you had gone in a different direction in love, work or some other life choices? Would you have ended up a completely different person, in a very different place in life?
What struck me most about Rewrite the Stars is how realistic this whole storyline is. It is so very well written and extremely easy to fall into and get lost in for a few hours. Once I began reading, I became absorbed in the story very quickly.
Rewrite the Stars is a heart-warming, emotional book. My heart-strings didn’t know what was going on – I was laughing, crying and reminiscing to beat the band. I love nothing more than a book that can take me on a proper emotional journey and that is precisely what happened whilst reading Rewrite the Stars.
I feel like there is a message in this story for all of us, I really do, but only you can work out what it means to you and your own life.
A thoroughly enjoyable, uplifting story and, by far, the best rollercoaster ride I’ve ever been on!
Do yourself a favour and buy it today!
Huge thanks, as always, to Ciara in Harper Collins for including me on the blog tour for this incredible book. As you can see below, I’m in some great company.