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Publisher Description

‘I loved every minute of this fantastic story!’ Christie Barlow

It’s time to face the music…

Natalie’s husband has just dropped a bombshell she never expected. Six little words no women ever wants to hear – ‘I don’t love you anymore’ – and her whole world has been turned upside-down.

Caroline’s difficult mother has been kicked out of her nursing home! And with no one else able to take her in, she’s going to have to put the past behind her and invite her to stay.

Nat and Caroline might live just a few doors away from each other but the two neighbours couldn’t be more different! Yet when the beloved Hope Street community hall is threatened with closure, only the community choir can save the day – if they can just find the perfect song in time…

A gorgeously uplifting romantic comedy to make your heart sing! Perfect for fans of Debbie Johnson and Kat French.

Praise for The Choir on Hope Street:

‘An absolute gem of a book… I loved every minute of this fantastic story.’ Christie Barlow

‘Wonderful! Uplifting! Delightful! A must read!’ Mandy Baggot

‘A must read this spring!’ Laurie Ellingham

‘An utterly beautiful, feel-good story.’ Holly Martin

‘A fantastic read.’ Crafty Marie (top 500 reviewer)

‘Emotional and heartwarming in equal measure!’ Rae Reads


‘Wonderful! Uplifting! Delightful! A must read!’ – Mandy Baggot

‘A must read this spring!!’ - Laurie Ellingham

‘A story to make your soul sing.’ - Samantha Tonge

‘The Choir on Hope Street is an uplifting book, guaranteed to brighten up a horrible day. It is an enjoyable story and one I didn't really want to finish.’ – Rachel Gilbey

‘It is just the most adorable, consuming read you’ll read all year!’ – Guilt Free Twenty-Something on THE CHOIR ON HOPE STREET

‘A wonderful escape into a story that will leave you smiling.’ – I am Indeed on THE CHOIR ON HOPE STREET

About the author

Having worked in the worlds of book selling and publishing, Annie Lyons decided to have a go at book writing. Following a creative writing course, lots of reading and an extraordinary amount of coffee, she produced Not Quite Perfect, which went on to become a number one bestseller. Her latest book, The Choir on Hope Street, is a story of power ballads, community, cake and hope. She tries to write stories which make people laugh and cry, although hopefully not at the same time.

Fiction & Literature
April 6

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