Can we ever go back to the heady days when we were young?
Stella Ainsworth has settled for suburban peace with a pedantic husband, a dissatisfied daughter and a clutch of beloved grandchildren - who all take her presence in their lives for granted.
Then Cameron Keene, her boyfriend from her teenage years who'd left for America to become a rock icon of the Sixties, returns to England.
Much to Stella's astonishment, Cameron announces in an interview that his most famous song, which became a legendary love anthem across the world, was written about Stella, and that he has come back to find her.
What Became of You, My Love? explores the power of music to take us back to our youth, and asks if we can ever relive those giddy times when everything seemed possible.
Praise for Maeve Haran's bestselling The Time of Their Lives
'It's a fabulous tale - she's talking about my generation, the baby boomers who assumed we were far too cool to get old . . .' Kate Saunders, Saga Magazine
'Warm, clever, wise and extremely funny. Among its many virtues are lovable characters' Wendy Holden, Daily Mail
'Sex and the City for grown-ups' Sunday Times
'Maeve Haran is still ready for adventure' Observer
'Funny and feisty' Daily Express
Maeve Haran is an Oxford law graduate, former television producer and mother of three grown-up children. She started her writing career with the international bestseller, Having It All, which explored the dilemmas of balancing career and motherhood. Her recent novel, The Time of Their Lives, is a must-read for anyone who wasn't born yesterday and isn't ready to grow old.
Her books have been translated into twenty-six languages, and two have been shortlisted for Romantic Novel of the Year. She lives in North London with her husband and a very scruffy Tibetan terrier.