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Allison Winn Scotch

USA flag (b.1973)

After losing a close friend to breast cancer, Allison Winn Scotch cathartically set out to write a story with a happier ending. While Winn Scotch is the first to point out that Natalie and her thirty-one-year-old friend shared very few similarities, her friend's resilient spirit and courage in the face of an illness that took her life are felt throughout the novel. Winn Scotch has contributed to Family Circle, Glamour, InStyle Weddings, Men's Health, Parents, Prevention, Redbook, Self, Shape, Woman's Day, Women's Health, and others. She lives in New York with her husband, her son and daughter, and their dog.

Genres: Romance
   The Department of Lost & Found (2007)
   Time of My Life (2008)
   The One That I Want (2010)
   The Song Remains the Same (2012)
   The Theory of Opposites (2013)
   In Twenty Years (2016)
   Between Me and You (2018)
   Cleo McDougal Regrets Nothing (2020)
   The Rewind (2022)
   Take Two, Birdie Maxwell (2024)
     aka The Retake
Allison Winn Scotch recommends
The Takedown (2023)
Carlie Walker
"Riotously fun and perfectly swoony, The Takedown is the spy romcom you didn't know you needed. I loved every page."
The Good Part (2023)
Sophie Cousens
"A charming look at the road not taken, The Good Part delves into both the ooey goodness and the messy realities of growing up and landing on both feet. A tender and delightful exploration of that age-old question: what if?"
Forever Hold Your Peace (2023)
Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke
"With pitch-perfect writing, complicated friendships, and characters you can't help but root for, you'll want to shout I DO! to this layered and hilarious walk down the aisle."
Wild Things (2023)
Laura Kay
"Heartfelt, heartwarming and absolutely adorable, Wild Things by Laura Kay explores living and loving to your absolute fullest, and with each turn of the page, she encourages both her characters and readers to reach for the life they want and embrace the joyful ride."
Love Buzz (2023)
Neely Tubati-Alexander
"A sparkling debut about grief, love, family and the road not taken. Neely Alexander asks readers to consider what happens when you open closed doors and step through to the adventure on the other side. I can't wait to read whatever she writes next."
The Celebrants (2023)
Steven Rowley
"A tender, funny, bittersweet exploration of friendship, family, joy, grief, and what it means to be alive. I loved everything about it."

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