Review: Ten Years by Pernille Hughes

Title: Ten Years

Author: Pernille Hughes

Pages: 400 Pages

Publisher: Harper Collins

The Blurb

Becca and Charlie have known each other since university.

Becca and Charlies have also hated each other since university.

Until now. Until Ally’s bucket list. The death of their loved one should mean they can go their separate ways and not look back. But completing the list is something neither of them can walk away from.

And sometimes, those who bring out the worst in you, also bring out the very best…

Over the course of ten years, Becca and Charlie’s paths collide as they deal with grief, love and life after Ally.

Not since Emma and Dex in One Day and Will and Lou in Me Before You will you root for a couple as much.

The Review

This year I made a decision not to read books if I’m not hooked by page 50. Well, I needn’t have worried with Ten Years because I was hooked within the first few minutes of reading.

It is the story of the thin line between love and hate and how those who straddle that line shouldn’t underestimate the power of both.

It is the story of Becca and Charlie – frenemies who have been brought together through tragedy and who have to weave in and out of each others lives whether they like it or not.

This is the perfect love to hate you story and I did not want it to end.

Ten Years by Pernille Hughes is available now.

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