Hello Stranger Katherine Center Novel
Laura Jay Book Review – HELLO STRANGER ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Hello Stranger Katherine Center Novel.This author never disappoints her readers. In Hello Stranger Katherine Center Novel readers are once again, blessed with another delightful women’s fiction romance novel from this “never fail” author. I listened to the audible audiobook version of Hello Stranger. I enjoyed the listen and the narration was spot on.
Publisher Book Description:
The glorious new novel from the beloved author whose bright, hopelessly romantic New York Times bestsellers have been called “My perfect 10 of a book” (Emily Henry) and cheered for their “speedy pacing and sexual tension for miles” (People).
Love isn’t blind, it’s just a little blurry.
Sadie Montgomery never saw what was coming . . . Literally! One minute she’s celebrating the biggest achievement of her life―placing as a finalist in the North American Portrait Society competition―the next, she’s lying in a hospital bed diagnosed with a “probably temporary” condition known as face blindness. She can see, but every face she looks at is now a jumbled puzzle of disconnected features. Imagine trying to read a book upside down and in another language. This is Sadie’s new reality with every face she sees.
But, as she struggles to cope, hang on to her artistic dream, work through major family issues, and take care of her beloved dog, Peanut, she falls into―love? Lust? A temporary obsession to distract from the real problems in her life?―with not one man but two very different ones. The timing couldn’t be worse.
If only her life were a little more in focus, Sadie might be able to find her way. But perceiving anything clearly right now seems impossible. Even though there are things we can only find when we aren’t looking. And there are people who show up when we least expect them. And there are always, always other ways of seeing.
“With its emphasis on its central character, combined with its “swoony” romance, “Hello Stranger” is a hit. Sadie is everything you could want in a protagonist ― the right amount of quirky, sunshiney and stubborn, and the men she’s in love with are equally fascinating. All the side characters provide humor and comfort, and even those characters who you aren’t really supposed to like are annoyingly intriguing and captivating. Center created a brilliant cast of characters, set to a plot that’s sure to keep you reading.” –Michigan Daily
About the Author Katherine Center:
Katherine Center is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of nine novels, including The Bodyguard, How to Walk Away, and Things You Save in a Fire. She writes bittersweet, comic, laugh-and-cry stories about love and family. Her fourth novel, The Lost Husband became a feature film starring Josh Duhamel that hit #1 on Netflix, and her novel Happiness for Beginners is in production as a Netflix original movie starring Ellie Kemper.
USA Today says, “Katherine Center writes amazing heartwarming novels.” The Dallas Morning News says, “Reading a book by Katherine Center is like having a long lunch conversation with an old friend you haven’t seen for a while — familiar, cozy and satisfying in the most soul-nourishing way.” And #1 NYT bestselling author Jodi Picoult says of Things You Save in a Fire, “Just read it, and thank me later.”
BookPage calls The Bright Side of Disaster, “beautifully penned and truly memorable.” People calls The Lost Husband, “A sweet tale about creating the family you need.” And InStyle says of Happiness for Beginners, “If you’re anything like us, you’ll read this book in one sitting.”
Katherine’s novels have been published in translation all around the world, and her books have made countless Best-Of lists, including Amazon’s Top 100 Books of 2019, Goodreads’ Best Books of the Year, Book-Bub’s Best-Loved Books of 2019, the Indie Next Great Reads List, BookList’s Top Ten Women’s Fiction, and many, many more.
Katherine lives in her hometown of Houston, Texas, with her awesome husband, two fun teenagers, and their fluffy-but-fierce dog.