Sometimes love is closer to home than you think . . . The uplifting novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Sunny Days and Sea Breezes
Single mum and all-round superwoman Sally Freeman wants a better life for herself and her son Charlie so she sets about improving things for them. Just as her mission begins, enter Spencer Knight who's offering Sally a ticket to a new life. He's got the looks, the charm - everything she could wish for. But is he really the answer to her prayers or does her hapless ex-boyfriend Johnny still hold the key to her heart?
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'A gorgeous novel that will delight'
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'A life-affirming story full of joy and hope'
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'Warm, witty and hopeful - I was charmed'
'The queen of funny, feel good fiction'
Overall was an enjoyable read. I just felt some of it wasn’t really believable. The character Spencer and Sally’s relationship was poorly written about, didn’t seem believable at all. Didn’t enjoy reading those bits. But otherwise good