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A story about friends, sisters, motherhood and starting again – one day at a time…
Marry in haste, repent at your leisure? The story of Stella and Simon's romance is initially pleasure, But more than a decade - and three children later - it seems That suddenly Simon has other dreams. What should you do when your husband leaves? No real explanation, no reason, no time to grieve. What's worse is he vanishes without trace Leaving a huge vacuum in his place. Stella goes through the feelings of loss and grief But the support of family and friends help bring relief. Next comes anger at what he has done then Time to begin attempting starting over again. Some detective work, a holiday, a business to run, Plates spinning, Stella has little time for fun. But with the support network running a full speed, They're all there to support her in her time of need. A heartwarming story, with laughter and more As the relationships the story does gently explore. There's personal growth, and holidays, too, As Stella rebuilds her life anew. This isn't a romance but is so much more With friendship, motherhood and family at its core. A moving story that is a memorable read Perhaps it could be just the book that you need? For my complementary copy of this book, I say thank you, A gentle, relaxing read and this is my honest review.
Helen McGinn’s latest novel is a love story to friendship, sisters, motherhood and starting again – one day at a time. Perfect for fans of Elizabeth Noble, Cathy Kelly and JoJo Moyes.
Author Bio –
Helen McGinn is a much-loved wine expert on TV and in print and an international wine judge. She spent ten years as a supermarket buyer sourcing wines around the world before setting up her award-winning blog (and now best-selling wine book) The Knackered Mother’s Wine Club. She is the drinks writer for the Daily Mail and regularly appears on TV’s Saturday Kitchen and This Morning. Helen lives in the New Forest.
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