About the Author
"This book is funny, witty, and emotional, with an ending I didn't see coming right until the last few pages. It really gave me a lump in my throat." Amazon review.
Letters to Eloise is the warm, witty and heart-wrenching debut epistolary novel by Emily Williams; a love story of misunderstandings, loss, and betrayal but ultimately the incredible bond between mother and child.
‘Receiving a hand written letter is something that always puts a smile on my face, no matter who the sender is.’ Flora Tierney.
When post-graduate student Flora falls unexpectedly pregnant during her final year studies she hits a huge predicament; continue a recent affair with her handsome but mysterious lecturer who dazzles her with love letters taken from the ancient tale of ‘Abelard and Heloise’, or chase after the past with her estranged first love? But will either man be there to support her during the turmoil ahead?
‘Banish me, therefore, for ever from your heart’, Abelard to Heloise.
Emily Williams lives by the seaside in West Sussex with her family and a large menagerie of small pets. After graduating from Sussex University with a BA in Psychology, Emily trained as a primary school teacher and teaches in a local school. Letters to Eloise is her debut novel and has topped the bestsellers charts.
"This book was a complete emotional rollercoaster. I just ... aarrghh! Words cannot explain how much I loved this book." Goodreads reviewer.
"A truly heart warming and fantastically written book, which definitely deserves 5 stars!" Goodreads reviewer.
This book is not only beautifully written but beautifully presented, with the attention to detail given that makes you feel that you're actually reading Flora's heart felt letters; I would recommend." Goodreads reviewer.
"As good as any Cecelia Ahern love story but with the emotions of an Amanda Prowse or Jojo Moyes romance. Just fantastic." Goodreads review.
"Bloomin heck I wasn't expecting such an emotional punch from this book." Goodreads reviewer.
"This debut novel by Emily Williams is snapping at the heels of other love stories and is as good as any Cecelia Ahern." Goodreads reviewer.