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Holly Miller

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Holly Miller was born and grew up in Bedfordshire. Since university she has worked as a marketer, editor and copywriter. Holly currently lives in Norfolk with her partner and their dog.

Genres: Romance
Holly Miller recommends
Would Like to Meet (2019)
Rachel Winters
"This was a dream of a rom-com! A delightful summer read that had me revelling in the meet-cutes and rooting for a happy-ever-after. Touching and smart, with a cast of warm, funny characters I completely fell for."
Dear Emmie Blue (2020)
Lia Louis
"This gorgeous and clever book is a heartfelt story about love and friendship, which certainly didn't end the way I expected. Fresh and funny writing, with a heroine (and heroes!) I adored."
Love, Almost (2021)
Hayley Doyle
"A poignant and uplifting read about what happens when a love story is cut short.Love, Almost is the perfect blend of humour, heartache and hope. I really enjoyed following the twists and turns of Chloe’s journey as she set out to explore what it means to live again after loss."
Everything Is Beautiful (2021)
Eleanor Ray
"A total treat of a read - warm, enchanting and intriguing, with an unforgettable protagonist at its heart."
Everything After (2021)
Jill Santopolo
"Emotional and uplifting, Everything After poses powerful questions about dreams and regrets, choices and second chances. Emily’s journey is a compelling and heartfelt exploration of marriage, honesty and staying true to yourself when life has other ideas. A book that will resonate with so many, and a must-read for anyone who’s ever asked themselves, What if?"
The Heartbreak Club (2021)
Eva Woods
"A touching and thought-provoking page-turner."
The Lucky Escape (2021)
Laura Jane Williams
"This was exactly the escapist book I've been craving – a witty, warm romance with a narrator so relatable she felt like a friend. Full of fun and charm, I'd recommend it to anyone wishing to be whisked away by an utterly feel-good love story."
Home (2021)
Penny Parkes
"I loved this warm and touching story about home, belonging, and finding your way in the world. Vivid, evocative and beautifully written, with a message of hope at its heart."
Always, in December (2021)
Emily Stone
"I adored this sweepingly romantic, captivating love story. A poignant page-turner, this gorgeous book is as uplifting and hopeful as it is heartbreaking. If you’re looking for a true will-they-won't-they tearjerker to capture your heart this Christmas, look no further."
Waiting for Sunshine (2021)
Jane Sanderson
"Absorbing and captivating."
A Day Like This (2021)
Kelley McNeil
"Intriguing and moving, A Day Like This is the compelling story of one woman’s search for the truth. You’ll feel every beat of Annie’s heartache and longing as, driven by love and loss, she works to uncover the clues to her past. Tender, evocative, and hard to put down, this is the perfect read for anyone who has ever wondered how a different life choice might have played out."
The Start of Something (2022)
Miranda Dickinson
"The Start of Something is a truly heart-warming novel about hope, loneliness and the power of reaching out. Charming and romantic, Bethan and Lachlan's story will move anyone who's ever taken a chance on love. A magical read."
Afterwards (2022)
Charlotte Leonard
"A stunning story about love, longing and learning to live again after loss. Utterly immersive, and brimming with exquisite prose, AFTERWARDS is a thought-provoking and powerful debut with a message of hope at its heart. Emma's journey is guaranteed to stay with you long after you turn the final page."
The Mutual Friend (2022)
Carter Bays
"A completely unique and addictive read with a captivating cast of characters, The Mutual Friend is a memorable, clever novel about connection and love and all the things that make us human. Charming and unforgettable, this story left an impression on my heart."
Note to Self (2022)
Anna Bell
"Tender and insightful on regret and second chances, it's the perfect combination of poignancy and charm. A warm hug in book form, and a gorgeous summer read."
After Paris (2022)
Nicole Kennedy
"A gripping yet tender story about friendship and motherhood... I think every reader will find a version of themselves somewhere in this book."
The Museum of Ordinary People (2022)
Mike Gayle
"The Museum of Ordinary People is a timely treasure of a read. Spilling over with Mike Gayle's trademark warmth and tenderness, it's so insightful and thought-provoking on loss and grief, as well as the meaning of possessions and how we might take a fresh look at the things we once took for granted. It's the kind of book you'll want to re-read as soon as you've finished it. Just beautiful."
Mika in Real Life (2022)
Emiko Jean
"Mika In Real Life is a poignant and compelling exploration of identity, love, and what it means to be a mother. Mika and Penny swept me along on their emotional and unforgettable journey... By turns hilarious and heartbreaking, this is a total joy of a read."
The Man I Never Met (2022)
Elle Cook
"Told with tenderness, humour and warmth. Hannah and Davey's story will leave your heart aching for more."

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