Seeing Julia (A Love Story)

Katherine Owen
The Writing Works Group , English
3 ratings

A tragic past defines her. Will love save her or destroy them both?

“The psyche questionnaire asks me to list the things I dislike. Why don’t they just use the word, hate? Why is everyone so afraid to admit they hate something? I write Advil, and then add Athens, Afghanistan and the U.S. Army. “In conclusion, I hate a lot of things that begin with the letter A,” I write in the space provided.”

She’s been in the after before, but she’s uncertain she can start over.
An inexplicable connection to a complete stranger saves her life.
But soon, the discovery of betrayal leaves her questioning everything, herself, most of all.

If you enjoy the tender scenes of P.S. I Love You, the poignant story lines of Nicholas Sparks, and the twists and turns in plot lines like those of Jodi Picoult, you are going to LOVE Katherine Owen’s novel, Seeing Julia!

“The writing was just, no words for how beautiful the writing was…” Chelcie ~ Addicted Soul’s Blog

“I found this book to be immediately captivating… The initial chapters reminded me of Maggie O’Farrell’s “After You’d Gone,” that’s how impressed I was.” Becky Gulc ~ Chick Lit Central Blog

“I recommend this novel to all who enjoy a highly emotional story that tugs at your heart strings with a main character who shows remarkable growth throughout the book. “Seeing Julia” rightly deserves its 5 stars!” Ellen Fritz ~ Books4Tomorrow Blog

“For some reason, I expected ‘Seeing Julia’ to be a fluffy, unreal romance novel. I don’t know where I got this idea but I couldn’t have been more wrong, ‘Seeing Julia’ is so much more. It is deep and real and full of emotion and pain and friendship and love. I can’t say enough good about it.” Dana Burness ~ Let’s Book It

If you like dark, edgy compelling fiction with elements of love and romance, look for Katherine’s other works in contemporary fiction by simply searching for Not To Us or When I See You or look for her Truth In Lies series, This Much Is True and The Truth About Air & Water (Owen’s latest release and 2nd book in the series.

Please be advised that SEEING JULIA contains adult language and adult situations and is not appropriate for young readers. (New Adult Fiction, Contemporary Romance) Sign up for Owen’s newsletter about new releases at her website: www.katherineowen(dot)net.

Katherine Owen won the Zola Award and First Place in Romance category with the Pacific Northwest Writers Association in July 2010 with “Seeing Julia”.

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