If You Could See Me Now

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Wheeler Pub., 2006 - Fiction - 501 pages
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"Everything in Elizabeth Egan's life has its place, from the espresso cups in her gleaming kitchen to the swatches and paint pots of her interior-design business. Order and precision keep life under control and keep her heart safe from pain and hurt. Being a reluctant mother to her six-year-old nephew while trying to keep her business on track leaves little room for error or fun. Then Ivan comes into their lives."--Page 4 of cover.

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User Review  - Jojo 3508 - Borders

I would highly recommend this book. I had already read PS I Love You by the same author so I had some expectations. When I first started reading it, I will admit I thought it was a bit slow, but by ... Read full review

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User Review  - helenbod2345 - Tesco

Really interesting plot and twist on chick literature Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Cecelia Ahern was born on September 30, 1981 in Dublin, Ireland. She received a degree in journalism and media communications from Griffith College Dublin. She wrote her first novel PS, I Love You at the age of 21. This novel was made into a movie starring Hilary Swank. Some of her other novels include If You Could See Me Now, A Place Called Here, There's No Place Like Here, and Thanks for the Memories. She won the 2005 Irish Post Award for Literature and a 2005 Corine Award for Where Rainbows End. She is also the co-creator and producer of the television show Samantha Who?

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