|Audio CD (Unabridged)||2018-01-09||£12.63|
|Audio CD (Unabridged)||2018-01-09||£21.06|
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By Allison Winn Scotch
Published by Lake Union Publishing on 2018-01-09
FICTION / Romance / Contemporary
From New York Times bestselling author Allison Winn Scotch comes an honest, touching, and funny exploration of falling in and out of love, told from two perspectives—one rewinding history, one moving it forward—and each with bias and regret.
When their paths first cross, Ben Livingston is a fledgling screenwriter on the brink of success; Tatum Connelly is a struggling actress tending bar in a New York City dive. They fall in love, they marry, they become parents, and they think only of the future. But as the years go by, Tatum’s stardom rises while Ben’s fades. In a marriage that bears the fallout of ambition and fame, Ben and Tatum are at a crossroads. Now all they can do is think back…
A life of passion, joy, tragedy, and loss—once shared—becomes one as shifting and unpredictable as a memory. As the pieces of their past come together, as they explore the ways love can bend and break, Ben and Tatum come to see how it all went wrong—and wonder what they can do now to make it all right.
An examination of a Hollywood power couple and the disintegration of their relationship in the wake of life-altering successes and losses.
The novel begins as screenwriter Ben Livingston is lamenting the unraveling of his marriage. It's the anniversary of his brother’s death, and he's visiting a California beach that was special to both of them to honor his brother's memory. As he gazes out to sea, he finds himself hoping that his estranged wife, Tatum Connelly, will appear. Instead, his college girlfriend, Amanda, the person who became ...
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