What would you do if the love of your life had no memory of you?
If you love Nicholas Sparks' The Notebook, you will devour the heartbreaking, emotional storytelling of Jodi Perry's Nineteen Letters.
The 19th of January, 1996 . . . I'll never forget it. It was the day we met. I was seven and she was six. It was the day she moved in next door, and the same day I developed my first crush on a girl.
Then tragedy struck. Nineteen days after our wedding day, Jemma was in an accident that would change our lives forever. When she woke from her coma, she had no memory of me, of us, of the love we shared.
That's when I started writing her letters. The stories of our life. Of when we met. About the happier times, and everything we'd experienced together.
What we had was far too beautiful to be forgotten.
'What readers are saying about Nineteen Letters:
'Makes you believe that happily ever after may just be possible'
'It left my heart full and a smile on my face'
'I cried with them, laughed with them, mourned with them and loved with them'
'A masterpiece of a story that will stay with me for a long time to come'
'I wish I could give this book nineteen stars'
'Jam packed full of emotion. The heartache is tangible and the love is overwhelming'
Jodi Perry was born in Sydney, Australia, and has lived there her whole life. Under the name J. L. Perry, her last four novels were all number one bestsellers in ebook. Jodi travels annually to the UK and US to promote her books and to meet her many fans. Nineteen Letters is the first novel to be published under the name Jodi Perry.