The Seven Year Slip Pdf/E-Book by Ashley Poston

“The Seven Year Slip” is a beautiful love story from one of the best romance writers. I laughed, I cried, and I didn’t want it to finish. I really loved reading this book! It’s fantastic. Ashley is so talented. The worlds she creates are warm, detailed, and beautifully described. Highly Recommended 4.6/5 🌟.

Description of the book:

the seven year slip pdf

Book Synopsis:

Sometimes, the worst day of your life happens, and you have to figure out how to live after it.

So Clementine forms a plan to keep her heart safe: stay busy, work hard, find someone decent to love, and try to remember to chase the moon. The last one is silly and obviously metaphorical, but her aunt always told her that you needed at least one big dream to keep going. And for the last year, that plan has gone off without a hitch. Mostly. The love part is hard because she doesn’t want to get too close to anyone—she isn’t sure her heart can take it.

And then she finds a strange man standing in the kitchen of her late aunt’s apartment. A man with kind eyes and a Southern drawl and a taste for lemon pies. The kind of man that, before it all, she would’ve fallen head-over-heels for. And she might again.

Except, he exists in the past. Seven years ago, to be exact. And she, quite literally, lives seven years in his future.

Her aunt always said the apartment was a pinch in time, a place where moments blended together like watercolors. And Clementine knows that if she lets her heart fall, she’ll be doomed.

After all, love is never a matter of time—but a matter of timing.

An overworked book publicist with a perfectly planned future hits a snag when she falls in love with her temporary roommate…only to discover he lives seven years in the past, in this witty and wise new novel from the New York Times bestselling author of The Dead Romantics.

Book Quotes That We Like:

“I loved how a book, a story, a set of words in a sentence organized in the exact right order, made you miss places you’ve never visited, and people you’ve never met.”

“Nothing lasts forever. Not the good things, not the bad. So just find what makes you happy, and do it for as long as you can.”

“Isn’t it strange how the world works sometimes? It’s never a matter of time, but a matter of timing.”

“Sometimes the people you love don’t leave you with goodbyes—they just leave.”

“You only live once. And if you do it right, once is all you need.”

“There was something just so reassuring about books. They had beginnings and middles and ends, and if you didn’t like a part, you could skip to the next chapter. If someone died, you could stop on the last page before, and they’d live on forever. Happy endings were definite, evils defeated, and the good lasted forever.”

“Because the things that mattered most never really left. The love stays. The love always stays, and so do we.”

“I didn’t need to be fixed. I just needed…to be reminded that I was human.”

“Love was an invitation into the wild unknown, one step at a time together.”

“You are who you are, and you like what you like. You are you, and that’s a lovely person to be.”

Ashley Poston, The Seven Year Slip

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