The Summer of Second Chances
The laugh-out-loud romantic comedy
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|Format: ||Paperback, 268 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 21 September 2017|
'The Summer of Second Chances is the perfect feelgood summer read.' Chrissie Manby, author of What I Did On My Holidays Lottie is about to discover that even when you think you've lost everything, hope and romance can be just around the corner . . . It takes time to build your life. To get into a long-term (OK, a bit boring) relationship. To find a job (you don't completely hate). Lottie might not be thrilled with the life she's put together, but it's the one she's got. So when in the course of one terrible evening, it all comes crashing down around her, Lottie has a choice: give herself over to grief at being broke, single and completely lacking in prospects. Or, brick by brick, build herself a new life. And this time, with a little help from friends, a crumbling cottage in Devon and a handsome stranger, maybe she can make it the one she always wanted. The Summer of Second Chances is an irresistibly funny read about never giving up, whatever the world throws at you. Perfect for fans of Jenny Colgan, Jane Costello and Christie Barlow.
About the Author
Maddie Please was born in Dorset, brought up in Worcestershire and went to university in Cardiff. Following a career as a dentist, Maddie now writes full time, and lives in Devon with her exceptionally handsome and supportive husband.
PRAISE FOR THE SUMMER OF SECOND CHANCES `Full of snarky observations and life lessons, this story is a little gem' Netgalley Reviewer `It kept me interested to the end!' Netgalley Reviewer `The summer of second chances is a lovely read one I enjoyed from start to finish.' Netgalley Reviewer `Overall I found this book so easy to read and made me feel happy when I read it, I just loved it.' Netgalley Reviewer `I see great potential for Maddie Please and cant wait to read more from her in the future.' Netgalley Reviewer
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19.8 x 12.9 centimetres (0.27 kg)|
15+ years |