Juliette Fay is the award-winning, bestselling author of six previous novels, including Shelter Me, a Massachusetts Book Award winner and Indie Next pick, and The Tumbling Turner Sisters, a USA Today bestseller. A graduate of Boston College and Harvard University, she lives in Massachusetts with her family.
A well-paced story of addiction and redemption, told with sparks of humor and full of warmly drawn characters. - Library Journal (starred review) on Catch Us When We Fall A hopeful, poignant novel about the tenacity of the human spirit, our capacity for forgiveness and all the ways a heart can grow when we least expect it. You'll want to curl up in bed with this heartwarming story. - Allison Winn Scotch, New York Times bestselling author, on Catch Us When We Fall Readers who enjoy an emotional journey including hope and redemption will be well satisfied with this story. Offer it to fans of Jacquelyn Mitchard and Jodi Picoult. - Booklist on Catch Us When We Fall Catch Us When We Fall is a beautiful story about life's darkest demons-grief, addiction, and broken promises-but Juliette Fay's characters are so lovable and emotionally complex it left me suffused with light and hope. I read this book in a gulp, alternately crying, laughing, and cheering. - Ann Mah, New York Times bestselling author When I'm done reading Juliette Fay's books, her characters always exist in my memory like people I've actually met. Catch Us When We Fall is full of hope, heart, and genuine love. I already miss checking in with these beautiful people who are trying their hardest to heal and connect. - Allie Larkin, bestselling author of Stay, Why Can't I Be You, and Swimming for Sunlight Catch Us When We Fall by Juliette Fay introduces us to Cass Macklin, a former addict who finds herself alone and pregnant. Can Cass stop drinking and create a healthy life for herself and her unborn child? A novel about resilience and the power of human connection, Catch Us When We Fall is perfect for fans of emotionally honest women's fiction. - Brenda Janowitz, author of The Grace Kelly Dress Suffused with compassion, wry humor, and unexpected grace, it's a story not of angels or demons, but of people struggling to find a safe harbor in the broken landscape of addiction. - Randy Susan Meyers, bestselling author of Waisted and The Widow of Wall Street