Hannah's thirty-two-year-old husband has a stroke . . . on the day she was going to leave him.
A thought-provoking, emotive and page-turning debut novel perfect for fans of Jojo Moyes and Jodi Picoult.
'Devastatingly good - wonderfully warm, heartbreakingly real and completely uplifting' Miranda Dickinson
On the day Hannah is finally going to tell her husband she's leaving him, he has a stroke . . . and life changes in an instant.
Tom's only 32. Now he can't walk or cut up his own food, let alone use his phone or take her in his arms. And Hannah's trapped. She knows she has to care for her husband, the very same man she was ready to walk away from.
But with the time and fresh perspective he's been given, Tom re-evaluates his life, and becomes determined to save his marriage. Can he once again become the man his wife fell in love with, or has he left it too late?
My Everything is an unputdownable debut novel. It will make you cry, laugh, and stop to think about what's really important in life.
Absolutely LOVED it! Such a beautiful book . . . Heartwarming and funny in places, and very honest. — Carrie Hope Fletcher
Devastatingly good - wonderfully warm, heartbreakingly real and completely uplifting. I was completely blown away by the story and Katie's beautiful prose drew me right to the heart of Hannah and Tom's world. I will be recommending this book to everyone! — Miranda Dickinson
It was hard to put down, the characters are beautifully observed and continue to surprise one, all the way through to the story's unexpected end. — Jenny Agutter
A moving and thoughtful story about love and second chances — Sunday Mirror
The vivid storytelling doesn't shy away from the emotional realities of Tom & Hannah's situation, which makes for a compelling and disarmingly moving story full of heartbreak and hope... a bittersweet story about love, learning and letting go. This deeply poignant and beautifully written debut is both devastatingly sad and blissfully romantic — Heat
'This thought-provoking debut novel is both brilliantly funny and sad' — Sun
A moving and realistic portrait of life-changing illness...this skilful debut novel offers an inspiring journey through love, loss and second chances — Sunday Express