Nice work, nora november
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Now that Nora is not dead, only one question remains: what does she want to do with her life?
Nora November is alive--but she wasn't always. She was once clinically dead, having spent several minutes under water after a terrible surfing accident she doesn't remember. What she does remember from her time in a coma is her grandfather, who passed away over a year ago. And a beautiful garden. And the most delicious tomato she ever tasted.
Now that she's awake again her life has been cleaved in two. In the Before, Nora lived like a ghost, drowning under the weight of her parents' expectations. In the After, she's determined to accomplish the things she left undone before she died. Her reverse bucket list is simple: she wants to learn to cook and be a better older sister to Lacey. She wants to quit her terrible job as a personal injury lawyer at her dad's firm. She wants to bring Grandpa's now-neglected garden back to life. And she wants to find the guy she met in a corner store months ago--the one she never called but never stopped thinking about.
As Nora's attempts at a new life prove disastrous at best, her mission to fulfill her reverse bucket list leads her to a reckoning with the truth she almost hid from herself.
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“A touching, heartfelt story you won’t want to miss! London will have you making your own reverse bucket list.”
—Laura Griffin, New York Times bestselling author
“Nice Work, Nora November is a sparkling, spirited, emotionally engaging story of self-discovery and reinvention. I loved it.”
—Jayne Ann Krentz, New York Times bestselling author
“A story brimming with hope, humor, and heart. I rooted for Nora November from the very first page, and so will you.”
—Teri Wilson, USA TODAY bestselling author
“Nora’s remarkable transformation is a testament to the power of second chances. Her quest to conquer her past and fulfill her reverse bucket list is bright with warm humor and poignant moments that will make you laugh, cry, and cheer for her all at once. With richly developed characters and a plot that keeps the pages turning, this novel is a captivating exploration of what it means to truly live. Nice Work, Nora November is a delightful reminder that no matter how bleak the past, the future is filled with endless possibilities. A must-read for anyone seeking inspiration and the joy of second chances.”
—Susan Wiggs, #1 New York Times bestselling author
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Julia London is the New York Times, USA Today, and Publisher's Weekly bestselling author of more than thirty novels, including the popular Secrets of Hadley Green series, the Cabot Sisters series and The Highland Grooms historical romance series. She also wrote the Pine River and the Lake Haven contemporary romance series. She is a six time finalist for the prestigious RITA Award for excellence in romantic fiction, and RT Bookclub award recipient for Best Historical Romance for Dangerous Gentleman. She lives in Austin, Texas.
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