(P.S. I Love You, If You Could See Me Now, There’s No Place Like Here, Thanks for the Memories, Rosie Dunne, The Gift)
Cecelia Ahern writes contemporary novels of love and loss, but always with a hopeful tone. Her characters are sympathetic, and her writing style is witty and entrancing.
If you like Cecelia Ahern, you might like:
Nicholas Sparks (his bittersweet, poignant, and satisfying romances might appeal to Ahern fans who enjoy some tears with their love stories)
Audrey Niffenegger (The Time Traveler’s Wife, with the bittersweet romance at its core, might appeal to fans who enjoy Ahern’s way with love stories)
Sophie Kinsella (if you enjoy Ahern for the chick-lit feel of some of her work, you might like some of Kinsella’s stand-alone titles or the Shopaholic series)
Jodi Picoult (readers who enjoy Ahern’s themes and stories of personal growth, but would like something a bit heavier/darker, might enjoy Harvesting the Heart)
Kristin Hannah (readers who like the personal journey and women’s lives aspects of Ahern’s fiction, as well as some magical elements, might try Home Again or The Things We Do for Love)