Paperback published by Harper Collins 23rd June 2022
It’s never too late to follow your heart.
One Summer’s day seventeen yearsagoEdie and Joel meet. Their connectionis instant and friendship is born, although Edie can’t help but wish for more. But just as she builds up the courage to lay her heart on the line, one night changes everything.
Edie moved on from the heartbreak of years ago. So the last thing she expectsto receive on her thirty-fifth birthday is an email from her eighteen-year-old self. As more emails arrive, she starts to remember what or rather who she leftbehind.
Following her own advice, Edie heads back to the place where it all began and finds her path unexpectedly crossing with Joel’s once more. Could this finally be their chance at love? Or are some things better left in the past?
I have really missed reading Anna Bell’s books, as the last book that I read was The Good Girlfriend’s Guide to Getting Even, that I totally found unputdownable. So when I received Note to Self I was so excited I jumped up and down. I’m now back in my comfort zone again with fresh idea, the Anna Bell has come up with in Note to Self.
When Edie Porter, was 18 she used a website where she could input the date in the future to receive notes that she had made in form of emails to herself. Now it is Eddie’s 35th birthday she starts to receive email to herself, that she had written 17 years ago.
In one email to herself she reads that before university she was dating Scott, for two years then broke up because he cheated on her.
Edie feels quite sad as her birthdays haven’t never been the same since her mother died seventeen years ago.
Edie has now been dating Miles a corporate lawyer for five months, but is he really enough for Edie? I personally didn’t think so, I didn’t like the fact that he changed his mind to where they would spend Edie’s 35th birthday and I didn’t really like what Miles gave Edie as her birthday present.
Edie and her dad are co-directors of an office supply company, where Layla, a work colleague is Edie’s best friend too.
I adored the imagination how the author used the emails that Edie receives from her younger self as a great way of finding out all about Edie’s past.
My biggest shout out is buy Note to Self you’ll be taken in by Edie the main character!
Praise for Anna Bell
The perfect rollercoaster of emotions by Laura Jane Williams!
A warm hug in book form by Holly Miler The Sight of You !
A love story to make you swoon by Emily Stone Always in December !
ABOUTAUTHOR ANNA BELL
Anna lives in the South of France with her young family and energetic labrador. When not chained to her laptop, Anna can be found basking in the sun in the summer, heading to the ski slopes in the winter (to drink hot chocolate and watch – she can’t ski) or having a sneaky treat from the patisserie – all year round!
You can find our more about Anna on her website www.Annabellwrites.com