WE CAME HERE TO FORGET – A Novel by acclaimed author Andrea Dunlop – A MUST Read for Holiday

NEW YORK, NY, September 18, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ — A Munchausen by Proxy Case (MBP) involving her family takes Katie Cleary, one of the best skiers in the world off her path to glory.

As Katie’s elite skiing career nears its zenith, a terrifying truth about her sister becomes impossible to ignore—one that will lay ruin not only to Katie’s career but also to her family and her relationship with her best friends and teammates Luke and Blair.

With her life in pieces and her course forever altered, Katie has never felt so lost.

Unsure where to turn, she walks away from all she knows and risks everything by moving to mysterious and elegant Buenos Aires – “The Paris of South America.”
There, she reinvents herself as Liz Sullivan and falls in with an eclectic group of ex-pats.
Curious, broken, and vulnerable as she tries to rediscover herself, Katie meets the alluring, charismatic Gianluca Fortunado, a tango teacher with secrets of his own.

“Without the streets or dusks of Buenos Aires, a tango cannot be written.” – Jorge Luis Borges
Katie/Liz is drawn in by Buenos Aires’ seductive beauty and fascinated by the dark history that pulses beneath its surface. The city inspires visitors with wild promises of new dreams and reinvention—the perfect place to escape—but will Katie be able to outrun her demons?

In alternating chapters, Katie comes of age, finds love, and races down the highest peaks around the world —while Liz is reborn, discovering her sensuality, and delving into the seductive underground tango scene. From the posh ski chalets of the American West to the dimly lit milongas of Argentina, We Came Here to Forget explores what it means to dream, to desire, to achieve—and what is left behind after it all disappears.

ANDREA DUNLOP is the author of “We Came Here to Forget”, “She Regrets Nothing”, “Losing the Light”, and” Broken Bay”. She lives with her husband and daughter in Seattle, WA.

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Atria Books ǀ On Sale: July 2, 2019 ǀ 320 pages ǀ Hardcover ISBN: 9781982103422; $26.00 ǀ
eBook ISBN: 9781982103446; $13.99

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