Harriet Evans is the author of four previous novels, Going Home, A Hopeless Romantic, The Love of Her Life and I Remember You all of which were bestsellers. She lives in London and now writes full time, having given up her job to do so.
Harriet Evans grew up in London. As a child she loved reading and making up stories. The career in musical theatre she'd always dreamed of never materialised for whatever reason, and so she ended up at Bristol University where she read Classical Studies. In her twenties she was lucky enough to get a job as a secretary at a publishing house and instantly realised working with books was what she'd always wanted to do. She was a fiction editor for ten happy years but left in 2009 to write full-time, making up stories all day. Harriet still lives in London with her family. She likes old films, property websites, sloe gin cocktails, feminism and Bombay Mix, not in that order.
Praise for Love Always: `Well written... you'll love it' Daily Mail `Romantic... Gripping...Marks Harriet Evans out as a writer of superior popular fiction, her seemingly sunny coming of age story darkening at every turn' The Lady `Escapism that brings with it the promise of "custard yellow" sands and hot summer sun.' Independent `As she delves into the past, Natasha finally discovers the secrets that are buried there may hold the keys to her own future. Complex storylines, flawed characters and cupboards that positively rattle with skeletons. If you've yet to add Harriet Evans to your "must-read" list, now is a great time to start.' Daily Record `An engrossing novel of jealousy, passion, forbidden love and heartache' Woman and Home `Heartwarming and hugely enjoyable' Closer `A broken heart and a forbidden affair are the compelling components of this poignant tale of self-discovery...Wonderful.' Marie Claire `(A) story of heartbreak and rivalry... An effortless and deeply satisfying romantic tale' Glamour Praise for I Remember You: 'Very touching, warm and sweet' Heat 'A moving and witty story of love, friendship and self discovery, this is a great read for those cosy nights in' Closer 'A touching tale' Daily Express