A tragic past defines her. Will love save her or destroy them both? Julia Hamilton hates Athens, Afghanistan, and the U.S. Army; and now, Advil. She hates a lot of things that begin with the letter A, with good reason, because she's lost everyone she's ever loved to these very things. When an illicit connection to a stranger at her husband's funeral saves her life, it causes her to question everything, herself most of all. Owen's award-winning debut novel is heartbreakingly intense, achingly romantic, and ultimately captivating. Seeing Julia is an intense, emotional roller coaster of a ride, so hang on and don't forget to breathe. If you enjoy the tender scenes of P.S. I Love You, the poignant story lines of Nicholas Sparks, and the twists and turns in plot lines like those of Jodi Picoult, you are going to LOVE Katherine Owen's novel Seeing Julia! PRAISE for SEEING JULIA a a a a a q...an authentic look at grief and love. I believe anyone that has ever loved someone, lost them, and found a life and another love will devour Seeing Julia. Be forewarned: keep a box of Kleenex handy, as you will need them.q q...You get a little of everything in this book. Love, anger, angst, misery, retribution, they're all in there and make for a wonderful read.q q...Seeing Julia was everything I look for in a great book. Heartbreakingly sad, funny, enlightening, and best of all, heart mending...five stars are not enough...q This is an emotional roller coaster read. Seeing Julia will captivate readers and take them along for an incredible ride--one woman's personal journey--where she must battle grief, recover from incredible loss, and ultimately start over, but only after discovering the amazing depths to which love can go. Katherine Owen won the Zola Award and First Place in Romance category with the Pacific Northwest Writers Association in July 2010 with Seeing Julia. If you like dark, edgy compelling fiction with elements of love and romance, look for Katherine's other works in contemporary fiction by simply searching for NOT TO US or WHEN I SEE YOU or THIS MUCH IS TRUE. Please be advised that SEEING JULIA contains adult language and adult situations and is not appropriate for young readers. (New Adult Fiction, Contemporary Romance)I greet all the staff with aBonjoura and make my way to one of the corner offices. ... The last origami crane I made with her was during the fateful trip to Athens, and ita#39;s in a box at the beach house in Amagansett along with all the other mementos anbsp;...
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