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Isabelle Broom

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Isabelle Broom was born in Cambridge nine days before the 1980s began and studied Media Arts at the University of West London before starting a career first in local newspapers and then as a junior sub-editor at heat magazine. She travelled through Europe during her gap year and went to live on the Greek island of Zakynthos for an unforgettable and life-shaping six months after completing her degree. Since then, she has travelled to Canada, Sri Lanka, Sicily, New York, LA, the Canary Islands, Spain and lots more of Greece, but her wanderlust was reined in when she met Max, a fluffy little Bolognese puppy desperate for a home. When she's not writing novels set in far-flung locations, Isabelle spends her time being the Book Reviews Editor at heat magazine and walking her beloved dog round the parks of north London.

Genres: Romance, General Fiction

Isabelle Broom recommends
The Man Who Didn't Call (2017)
Rosie Walsh
"If you only read one book this year – make it this one."
Our House (2018)
Louise Candlish
"Our House is one of the best books I have ever read ... FACT."
You Me Everything (2018)
Catherine Isaac
"You broke my heart AND made it soar!"
The Woman Who Wanted More (2019)
Vicky Zimmerman
"Wise, warm, witty and mouth-watering - this wonderful book has it all . . . Hungry for a love story with added bite? With deliciously real characters, a sprinkling of humour, a pinch of pathos and huge helping of wisdom, this book has all the ingredients to become this summer's must-read."
Very Nearly Normal (2020)
Hannah Sunderland
"A delightfully romantic and endlessly enjoyable love story."
The Man I Didn't Marry (2021)
Anna Bell
"I feel like I've been on an emotional roller coaster. What a thrilling ride this novel was – strap in and enjoy. Hilarious yet heartfelt, this is romcom writing at its very best!"
This Year, Maybe (2021)
Jenny Gladwell
"Fabulosly festive, swoonfully romantic and endlessly enjoyable."

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