Sometimes it's the people you miss who matter most.
Kate Eberlen grew up in a small town thirty miles from London. She studied Classics at Oxford University before pursuing various jobs in publishing and the arts.
An unashamedly romantic novel, but one that also deals with the ongoing and deep-seated effects of grief . . . Intricate and engrossing * Daily Express * Charming, comforting, acutely honest, [Miss You] belongs on the same shelf as One Day -- Mark Ellen Hugely enjoyable . . . Thoroughly deserving comparison with David Nicholls' wonderful One Day -- and I don't say that lightly * Bookseller * A warm and funny romance that will divert and delight you in equal measure * Leah McLaren * Sliding Doors meets One Day -- Phil Williams * Radio 5 Live * Miss You is one of those lovely, comfy duvets of a book that pulls you in and wraps itself around you. A beautifully simple idea, and a simply beautiful book * Simon Toyne * Tantalising . . . A guilty pleasure * Reader's Digest * A fabulous read -- Simon Mayo * Radio 2 Book Club * Brilliantly constructed, with wonderful characters you'll be cheering on, this romantic story is full of poignant moments, has huge heart and massive feel-good factor. Engrossing and entertaining * Sunday Mirror * Both wonderfully romantic yet also true to life. The perfect summer read * Kate Mosse * I adored this book -- Wendy Holden * Daily Mail * Lots of books get compared to One Day and Me Before You but few pass muster. Miss You by Kate Eberlin certainly does and I'd highly recommend you make it your summer read of choice * Stylist Magazine * In the vein of The Versions of Us and One Day . . . Funny, sad and full of humanity * Red Magazine * My favourite book of 2016 * Veronica Henry * I loved it -- Fanny Blake * Woman & Home * A fabulous piece of storytelling -- fresh, sweet and funny and extremely wise on grief and its endless ripples * Cathy Rentzenbrink * If you liked One Day, you are going to love this * Essentials Magazine * Just the thing for long Summer nights * Good Housekeeping * Gloriously romantic . . . One of those rare books that has you laughing and crying at the same time * Prima Magazine * Wildly romantic, heart-achingly sad, warmly funny and really clever * Daily Mail * Funny, poignant and really rather lovely * Observer *