“”The very first time you met me you knew that he would never be the same again, didn’t you? For the record, I was never the same again either. And while times have changed and opportunities have been lost, I still know in my heart of hearts that I never will be. But we can’t go back, and we can’t undo. What’s more, I don’t really want to. While my life is not perfect, it is uniquely, ridiculously mine, and I would not trade it.”
Abigail Phelps has written her memoirs, but the world has never heard of her. So why should anyone care? Perhaps no one would, if the letter in which Abigail reflects on changing times and lost opportunities weren’t addressed to Jacqueline Onassis, and the man who would never be the same weren’t John F. Kennedy Jr.
Put aside all you think you know and jump into the greatest love story the world has never known. ”
I have to be honest, when I first started reading this book, I didn’t know what to make of it.
From the start it is clear Abby is very troubled. Despite the fact she can not separate fantasy from reality – she is still charming and endearing.
Bethany Turner paints such an innovative story, that at times I even believed Abigail’s stories. She throws so much heart and soul into her fantasy relationships, you kind of wish they were real for her sake.
I thought “I’ve loved all these days” is a witty, thought provoking, brilliant novel. I am definitely going to read the rest of the books in this charming series.