From the author of Something to Live For, a nostalgic, heart-warming story of two long-lost friends who embark on a 184-mile walk of the Thames Path in order to find their way back to the truth, and to their friendship.

Is it a question of the choices you make...or the chances you take?

Theo has been living in his parent's shed, nursing a broken heart and a wounded ego, convinced life can't get any worse. Then he gets evicted on his 30th birthday. Theo thinks he's done with the real world--until it shows up on his doorstep.

Joel seems like the epitome of a proper grown-up. He's a successful TV scriptwriter who is still in love with his childhood sweetheart, yet he's falling apart at the seams. Searching for what's true, Joel decides to make good on an old promise and heads home to reconnect with his best friend Theo. Except they haven't actually spoken since that fateful accident thirteen years ago.

One of them is keeping a secret, and the other is living a lie. So begins their journey to fulfil a promise they made way back when to walk all 184 miles of the Thames Path in order to reclaim the relationship they lost, and find their way back to who they really are.

When We Were Young is a touching story about friendship, change, and wanting to go back when you know you need to move forward.