Quinn was always the sultry one, the one who turned heads the moment she walked into a room. Claudia was the feisty one, tiny in size but huge in spirit, who never backed down from a fight. And Henley, well...Henley was the nice one. She cared about everyone. The three of them had been best friends since their freshman year at boarding school.
Years later, Henley's life is pretty fabulous. Her work is creative and exciting. Her amazing friends and her beloved dog fill her life with love. Only problem? MEN. Men she dates. Men at work. Men saying the right things and doing the wrong things.
She's dated a long string of men who have broken her heart without a second thought or a look back. The night her latest boyfriend kisses an almost naked blonde in front of the three friends, Henley vows to give up men. She was done with dating...until her lonely walk home from the bar leads her to a gorgeous, reclusive artist who captivates her first with his art and then with himself. Henley can't resist giving love one more chance. Her friends object because they know her heart always overrules her head, especially where men are concerned. When Henley's life is rocked by overwhelming loss and devastating lies, she wonders if her friends might have been right...because when Henley turns to her artist for comfort, she finds even more lies. His lies.
Henley Keeps a Memory Book
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"This is a profound story of loss and grief and the power of love. I had tears running down my face while my heart was smiling. So beautifully written, I saw myself in the words and learned some valuable lessons. It filled me with hope that love always finds a way."
“I read it straight through as I couldn't put it down! No words can express the emotions I am feeling. The plot twists, the fierce friendships were amazing. This a novel that is now one of my favorites - and that is really saying something.”
“The relationship between Henley and her artist certainly caused some sparks to fly for me. I need to find someone to paint me! I really want to know more about Simon—the adorkable bartender. I want to take him home with me! I loved her dog Bella so much I’m going to the shelter to adopt a dog myself.”
“I was charmed by the devotion between the three friends. The strength and power and glory of female friendship is touching. It reminded me to tell my women friends how much I cherish them. Women are a ferocious force of nature.”