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Amy Hatvany is the author of nine novels, including It Happens All the Time, Somewhere Out There, and A Casual Encounter. She lives in Seattle, Washington with her family.
"Like a gorgeous dark jewel, Hatvany's novel explores the tragedy of a mind gone awry, a tangled bond of father and daughter, and the way hope and love sustain us. It does what the best fiction does: it makes us see and experience the world differently."--Caroline Leavitt "New York Times bestselling author of Pictures of You " "I was transfixed by Cadence and her heart-wrenching dilemma. The writing is visceral, the problems are real, and there are no clear solutions. You won't want to put it down."--Emily Giffin "New York Times bestselling author of Where We Belong " "A heartfelt, moving story about the lasting effects of grief amidst family bonds and breakups, and the healing powers of love, honesty, and acceptance. Hatvany writes with such wise compassion for every one of her characters."--Ser Prince Halverson "author of The Underside of Joy " "A palpable love story, emotional search for and acceptance of a lost parent, and a bittersweet ending make for an enveloping, heartfelt read."--Publishers Weekly "There are no storybook perfect endings here, but this compelling novel raises the possibility of a hopeful way forward."--The Seattle Times "Will delight readers...vivid and written with a depth of feeling."--Library Journal "The novel explores myriad themes sure to appeal to fans of women's fiction: love and loss, parenthood, grief, friendship, and complex family dynamics. Hatvany's compassion for each female character is evident throughout, and readers will find their hearts, at times, breaking in three."--Booklist "An insightful look at the complexities of modern family life."--The Toronto Sun "Readers of Amy Hatvany know that in her books, they will encounter stories that are a cut above most popular fiction...There are no easy answers here, but the engaging characters find their own way forward."--Seattle Times "The voices are so down-to-earth and familiar and the events so much like real life that readers will feel like they know the characters...An uplifting and heartwarming experience." --Kirkus Reviews "By turns gripping and revelatory, Heart Like Mine is a sympathetic exploration of blended family dynamics. In her affecting new novel, Amy Hatvany pulls no punches; her characters grapple with life's big moments--marriage, parenthood, death--but she renders each of them with compassion and understanding. Heart Like Mine tells an honest, hopeful story that resonates in all the best ways."--Jillian Medoff "bestselling auhtor of I Couldn't Love You More " "I'm telling everyone about Best Kept Secret. It's the realistic and ultimately hopeful story of Cadence, whose glass of wine at the end of the day becomes two...then...three...then a bottle. I love that Cadence feels so familiar, she could be my neighbor, my friend, or even my sister."--Jennifer Weiner "#1 New York Times bestselling author " "Heart Like Mine fearlessly explores men and women desperate to measure up to the rigors of parenthood, but still failing their children. Hatvany bring sympathy and compassion to the page, while never losing sight of the damage children suffer when their parents make bad decisions."--Randy Susan Meyers "bestselling author of The Murderer's Daughters " "Beautiful and deeply moving, Amy Hatvany writes about the tangled web of family in a way that makes you laugh, cry, cheer and ache. This book has so much heart."--Sarah Jio "New York Times bestselling author of Blackberry Winter "