Cecelia Ahern, How to Fall in Love


I love Cecelia Ahern, her book are so easy to read and I love her imagination, she taps into the unreal/fantasy fairy-tale yet still makes her stories believable. 

In How to Fall in Love Christine is struggling with life in a rut, she lives her life in self help books. No matter what the life problem, she has a book with a solution.  Until one fateful night she stumbles across Simon on the verge or suicide, the fact that she is unable to save him has a huge impact on her life, she knows she needs to change but has no idea how! 
Until she gets a second chance with Adam, who she finds on the edge of a bridge ready to jump, determined not to let lightening strike twice she talks him down and promises to show him how to love his life. Adams agrees, but gives her 2 weeks until he reaches his 35th Birthday to turn his life around.
Christine soon starts to realise it is not only Adam that needs to learn to love his life and they set off on a journey together of discovering life, all others around them suspicious of the others intentions.

This is a beautiful heart warming story, that I struggled to put down. I finished the book feeling I knew Christine and Adam so well and loved the way the story concluded.

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