THE QUEEN OF FEEL-GOOD FICTION!
'Every time you discover a new Milly book, it’s like finding a pot of gold' Heat
When five women become friends, it's one for all, and all for one! A heartwarming and hilarious novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Afternoon Tea at the Sunflower Cafe and The Queen of Wishful Thinking.
When dynamic, power-dressing Christie blows in like a warm wind to take over their department, five very different women find themselves thrown together at work. But none of them could have predicted the fierce bond of friendship that her leadership would inspire ...
Anna, 39, is reeling from the loss of her fiancé, who ran off with a much younger woman. Her pride in tatters, these days Anna finds it difficult to leave the house. So when a handsome, mysterious stranger takes an interest in her, she's not sure whether she can learn to trust again? Then there's Grace, in her fifties, trapped in a loveless marriage with a man she married because, unable to have children of her own, she fell in love with his motherless brood. Grace worries that Dawn is about to make the same mistake: orphaned as a child, engaged to love-rat Calum, is Dawn more interested in the security that comes with his tight-knit, boisterous family? When a sexy, footloose rock singer catches her eye, will Dawn have the courage to follow her heart?
At 28, Raychel is the youngest member of their little gang. And with a loving husband, Ben, and a cosy little nest for two, she would seem to be the happiest. But what dark secrets are lurking behind this perfect facade, that make sweet, pretty Raychel so guarded and unwilling to open up?
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A Summer Fling
I have no words for how amazing this book is. It brought me to the moon and back and is the perfect example of the meaning of life through friendship, loss, regrets, love, romance etc.
This is like Four Weddings and a Funeral meets Notting Hill like story. Very well written and highly entertaining. A can't-put-down-book-'til-it's-finished. I trully enjoyed this book.
As much as there is a predictability of what will happen I found myself not wanting to put this book down. The characters are very likeable, almost wanting to be part of that clique.