When I Find You by Emma Curtis giveaway! #giveaway #competition

To celebrate the paperback publication of When I Find You by Emma Curtis, I’m giving away one paperback copy of her new book. To enter the competition please leave a comment below saying why you want to read this book. I’m afraid the competition is open to UK entries only. The competition will end on Friday, 10th August 2018 at midnight and one winner will be drawn at random. If you would like to find out more about the book please take a look at the blurb below. Good luck!

When I Find You: The twisty new thriller from the author of One Little Mistake by [Curtis, Emma]


What do you do when someone takes advantage of your greatest weakness?

When Laura wakes up after her office Christmas party and sees a man’s shirt on the floor, she is horrified. But this is no ordinary one-night-stand regret.

Laura suffers from severe face-blindness, a condition that means she is completely unable to identify and remember faces. So the man she spent all night dancing with and kissing – the man she thought she’d brought home – was ‘Pink Shirt’.

But the shirt on her floor is blue.

And now Laura must go to work every day, and face the man who took advantage of her condition. The man she has no way of recognising.

She doesn’t know who he is . . . but when she finds him she’ll make him pay.

9 thoughts on “When I Find You by Emma Curtis giveaway! #giveaway #competition

  1. Ooo fab giveaway! I’ve never read a book where the main protagonist has face-blindness – I’m intrigued to, hopefully, learn a bit about what it’s like to live with such a condition, but also excited because it’s a great way to create tension for the reader!


  2. I would love to read this, I enjoy a good thriller, and your review was great. Claire Douglas also recommended this, so it must be good! She is my ultimate favourite author!

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  3. i would love to own this book. My idea of heaven .The review had the wow factor. I have read hundreds of thrillers but not one that involves colour blindness. This looks original, which makes a change. Hope I’m lucky enough to win.


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