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Eva Woods

Hi, I'm Eva Woods, author of uplifting women's fiction that will make you laugh and cry. ​I live in London and I enjoy travelling, reading, and drinking far too much tea. I'd love to hear from you if you've enjoyed my books! 
My new book, The Man I Can't Forget, is on sale from the 5th of September 2019 in eBook and audiobook, and in paperback in April 2020. 
'A fresh new voice in romantic fiction' – Marie Claire
'I sped through it in one glorious book binge'- Sarra Manning, Red magazine
 

'Warm, witty and lots of fun - a fantastic new voice in women's fiction' – Melissa Hill

 

'There’s a whole “list” of reasons I loved this book – and I know you will too!' – Fabulous magazine

'Frothy, smart, and unashamedly fun' - Heat magazine

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The Man I Can't Forget

What if you could remember every last detail of your life?

Eve knows what her colleagues had for lunch last April. She remembers everyone who passes through the care home she works at, long after they’ve gone. Like her museum of tiny treasures, her life is small and manageable.

And what if you couldn’t even remember your name?

“Adam” is found wandering down the central reservation of the M25. He has no memory of who he is or how he came to be there.

As Eve works with Adam to help him discover his past, her life begins to unfurl, but can she help him just to let him go?

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The Lives We Touch (UK) / The Inbetween Days (US)

 



Rosie is in a coma, unable to reach out to the world or communicate. She only has one chance to make it back to consciousness - but she's slipping deeper and deeper into a maze of memories and it's going to be hard to find her way out. 

Daisy, Rosie's sister, is devastated by the accident. She's always been the good, dependable girl to Rosie's free spirit - but some of Rosie's attitude seems to be creeping into Daisy's dull existence. Can Daisy find the courage to be herself?

It only takes one tiny step to change a life forever...

How To Be Happy (UK) / Something Like Happy (US)

 

The smallest things can make the biggest difference.

 

Annie has been sad for so long that she's forgotten how to be any other way. Until she meets Polly.

 

Polly is everything that Annie is not. She's colourful, joyful, happy. Because if recent events have taught Polly anything, it's that your time is too short to waste a single day.

 

Polly has one hundred days to help Annie find happiness. Annie's convinced it's impossible, but so is saying no to Polly. And on an unforgettable journey, Annie begins to realise that maybe, just maybe, there's still colour to be found in the world.

 

But then it becomes clear that Polly's about to need her new friend more than ever...and Annie will have to decide once and for all whether letting others in is a risk worth taking.

The Ex Factor

Is it possible to freecycle love?

Modern dating is hard, especially when all you meet are liars, oddballs, men who wear Superman pants and men who live with their mums.

So why not date someone who already comes pre-approved? Why not recycle people you’ve dated and share them with your friends? That’s Marnie’s new plan for herself and her three best friends, perennially single Helen, recently divorced Rosa and cynical lawyer Ani.

What could possibly go wrong?

Through bad dates and good, the four friends are starting to realise that dating your friend’s exes – and falling for them – can come with some serious pitfalls.

The Thirty List

Everyone has one.

That list.

The things you were supposed to do before you turn thirty.

Jobless, broke and getting a divorce, Rachel isn’t exactly living up to her own expectations. And moving into grumpy single dad Patrick’s box room is just the soggy icing on top of her dreaded thirtieth birthday cake.

Eternal list-maker Rachel has a plan – an all new set of challenges to help her get over her divorce and out into the world again – from tango dancing to sushi making to stand-up comedy.

But as Patrick helps her cross off each task, Rachel faces something even harder: learning to live – and love – without a checklist.