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Head of Zeus
The Story of Our Life
The Story of Our Life: A bittersweet love story by Shari Low

Is there truly such a thing as a happily ever after?

Colm strolled into Shauna's life fifteen years ago and it was love at first sight. A few weeks later they were married.

They thought their love would last forever. That they would have a lifetime to live out their dreams. Until they didn't.

After a devastating truth rocks their future, Colm and Shauna discover that the bonds that hold them together are more fragile than they realised...

Perfect for fans of Jill Mansell, Lucy Diamond and Sophie Kinsella.

Praise for Shari Low:

'This will touch your heart, it'll make you laugh and weep'

'Gripping and incredibly moving'

'Beautiful and emotive'

'I'd highly recommend to anyone who loves a real emotional rollercoaster'

'Beautiful, moving and touched with gentle humour'

'Deeply moving, insightful, and sweet'

Head of Zeus, an Aria book * Fiction
01 Jul 2016 * 326pp * £2.99 * 9781784978242
'I am going to devour everything this author has written! I loved this book'
This Old Book Bag
'Not your typical love story. Boy does not meet girl, get married, have 2.5 kids and live happily ever after. No, this is real and raw, yet it is still a touching love story'
Novel Gossip
'Heart-warming story that reminds you how precious life is'
Natasha Potter, NetGalley
I LOVED this book!... I look forward to more books from this author – she spoke to my heart!'
Angie Pyles, NetGalley
A very moving read... I will definitely read more from Shari Low'
Laurel Cherkas, NetGalley
Deeply moving, insightful and sweet'
What's Better Than Books?
Brilliant... The writing is beautiful and emotive'
Rachel's Random Reads
'A beautiful, grown-up story from such a warm and very talented writer. I absolutely loved both the story and the very human couple at the heart of it'
Carmen Reid
'A lovely, bitter-sweet romantic story that really tugged on my heartstrings'
Michelle Vamvas, NetGalley
It takes a special kind of author to draw you in and Shari Low has done it with this book... I can't wait for more from this author'
Sarah Kenney, NetGalley
'It had everything: friendship, tears, laughter. Believe me, you will not want to put it down. Waterproof mascara on the commute a must!'
Tracy Ford, The Reading Shed
'The storytelling is beautiful, moving and touched with gentle humour'
Joan Hill, NetGalley
'Great story, I thoroughly enjoyed it' Colette 'Ann'
Trainor, NetGalley
'Such an emotional book'
Meredith Willey, NetGalley
'Recommended for anyone who is looking for a good beach read'
Susan Schofield, LibraryThing
A great read - lots of twists and turns in this emotional book... you will be engrossed!'
Maria MacKenzie, NetGalley
Not the standard chicklit - this has a more serious tone... a novel about missed chances, bad choices, and making the best of things'
Kathleen Grey, NetGalley
'It will keep your attention and you won't be sorry that you picked it up'
Megan Temple, NetGalley
Laugh, cry and all the emotions in between... Lovely book'
Janet Purvis, NetGalley
'Vivid page-turner'
Sparkly Word
Shari Low
Shari Low
Shari lives in Glasgow and writes a weekly opinion column and Book Club page for a well known newspaper. She is married to a very laid-back guy and has two athletic teenage sons, who think she's fairly embarrassing, except when they need a lift.
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