A compassionate, uplifting love story for fans of Me Before You
When Ava Green turns twenty-eight, she discovers this will be her last birthday. The cancer she thought she'd beaten three years ago is back -- only now it's terminal, and she's not going to waste any of the time she has left. All she truly wants is the one thing she's been dreaming of since she was a little girl: a wedding. The only problem: She doesn't have a groom.
Ava's friends and family rally around her to help throw the wedding of her dreams -- without the husband-to-be. As word spreads on social media, the bridal planning goes viral, attracting the attention of a prominent women's magazine. And when a photographer volunteers to help document the whole event, it becomes heartbreakingly clear that it's never too late to discover the love of your life.
Ava Green was beginning to think that cancer was just something in her past. She thought she had seen the last of hospitals and treatments that ravaged her increasingly frail body. Cruelly, she was wrong.
She may not be able to stop cancer from stealing her life, but she won’t let it steal her dream of a beautiful wedding day. With the loving support of both family and friends, her dream is on the way to becoming a reality. But she never imagined that she would find true love along the way.
“One more question.”
James Gable never expected the subject of his latest photo assignment to be so captivating. Ava is beautiful, unabashedly forthright and she’s dying. He simply can’t stop thinking about her and knows the risk he’s taking by getting emotionally involved with someone who is terminally ill. And even still, he’s going all in.
Falling in love should be one of the happiest moments of your life. For Ava and James, it’s also one of the most heartbreaking.
You will never forget a lost love. This inexplicable thing that is love is too powerful for that. But you must never let it make you bitter. Never let it mark you so badly that you close off that part of you. Self-protection might keep your heart safe, but will you truly be alive?
Tammy Robinson has written a love letter to life in The Photos of You.
With gentle prose, she takes you on a journey that reminds you of exactly how precious life really is. Everything about it – from the characters to the story itself – feels almost reverent. Like watching a star as it shoots across the sky.
You will experience almost every emotion imaginable while trying (and failing) to hold back the onslaught of tears that her words will evoke. And it’s not a lesson that you will soon forget…
For Ava and James ~
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