A weak moment and one kiss that changes everything... 

A young widow overcome with grief carelessly imbibes in a deadly combination of painkillers and martinis at her husband’s funeral, which leads to an inexplicable connection with a complete stranger who ends up saving her life. Julia Hamilton is the first to admit that she has a past she can’t outrun and a future she can’t seem to hold onto and an attraction to the Good Samaritan Jake Winston that proves impossible to ignore. And yet, just when she’s begun to believe in love again, Julia learns of betrayal by the one person she thought she loved the most.

"For some reason, I expected 'Seeing Julia' to be a fluffy, unreal romance novel...but I couldn't have been more wrong, 'Seeing Julia' is so much more. It is deep and real and full of emotion and pain and friendship and love. I can't say enough good about it."   Dana Burness - Let's Book It

"I found this book to be immediately captivating...The initial chapters reminded me of Maggie O'Farrell's "After You'd Gone," that's how impressed I was."   Becky Gulc - Chick Lit Central

"... The in-depth descriptions of her heart-wrenching sense of loss, is balanced by the beautiful caring nature, and actions, of friends...masterfully written in a first person present tense...I effortlessly identified with Julia's desire to be a normal person, doing normal things, in a normal life. All she wants is to be seen for who she is...But getting to that point, she has to undergo a journey of self-discovery..."Seeing Julia" rightly deserves its 5 stars!" Ellen Fritz - Books4Tomorrow