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Arthur and Lauren are in love. They even live together. Well, it’s not exactly that simple.
Lauren is a ghost, but she’s in love with Arthur, the only one who can see her. But this isn’t a ghost story, because Lauren isn’t really dead. You see, her body is in a coma across town, and since nobody can see her she’s gone back to live in her apartment. The one Arthur has just moved into.
Like I said, it’s complicated.

“A romantic comedy full of emotion and unexpected twists” - Livres Hebdo
“An easy, feel-good page turner with film-like qualities and loveable characters who inspire a gamut of emotions…” - Daily Express

Author Bio:
One of France’s bestselling authors, Marc Levy’s novels have been translated into 45 languages and over 28 million copies of his books have been sold worldwide. In 2005, If Only It Were True was adapted to film as Just Like Heaven (Dreamworks), produced by Steven Spielberg, starring Mark Ruffalo and Reese Witherspoon. It was a #1 box-office hit.

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