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‘A laugh-cry book from first page to last’ MILLY JOHNSON

‘Simply brilliant’ JANE LINFOOT

‘Moving, beautiful and heart-wrenching’ CATHY BRAMLEY

‘Humour, tears and above all, hope. Bring tissues’ CATHERINE ISAAC

What if you had the chance to find a lost love?

Jess still thinks about the man who disappeared from her life seventeen years ago, and the tragedy that tore them apart. So when she discovers a hidden box of letters in her mother’s attic, Jess realises that the truth about why he walked away has been kept from her all this time.

Jess sets out to follow the faded postmarks across the country, determined that her journey will bring her closer to him. As each clue falls into place, Jess discovers new things about herself – and the man who once broke her heart. Maybe she can find him. Maybe their love story isn’t over.

Maybe one day, they will be together again…

Readers are loving Maybe One Day:

‘Wow! Wow! Wow!’ Reader Review
‘One of the best Debbie Johnson books I have ever read’ Reader Review
‘Just fabulous’ Reader Review
‘Funny, emotional, heartbreaking and beautifully uplifting’ Reader Review
‘Love, love, loved it’ Reader Review


Beautifully written, full of gorgeous prose and killer one-liners. A laugh-cry lovely book from first page to last. What a lovely, lovely book this was!
Milly Johnson
This book will tug on your heartstrings ... It's clever and wise, brimming with warmth and poignancy. For all of us who have ever harboured a 'what might have been' regret, this is a must-read
Carmel Harrington
A heart-warming story about what happens to a young family after they're derailed by a tragedy. There's humour, tears and above all, hope. Bring tissues
Catherine Isaac
Funny and poignant - a celebration of life and the enduring power of love
Carys Bray
Beautiful, moving and heart-wrenchingly brave
Cathy Bramley
An emotional, wise, big-hearted gem of a novel. The perfect read!
Miranda Dickinson
A beauty of a book, a proper heart-burster
Laura Kemp
Witty, harrowing, beautifully characterised, life-affirming - and I shed an actual tear at the beauty and perfection of the ending.
My Weekly
A heart-warming read, with pure love at its core