What surprises might life have in store for you?
A takeaway, TV and tea with two sugars is about as exciting as it gets for 30-something Sophie Stone. Sophie's life is safe and predictable, which is just the way she likes it, thank you very much. But when a mysterious benefactor leaves her an inheritance, Sophie has to accept that change is afoot. There is one big catch: in order to inherit, Sophie must agree to meet the father she has never seen. Saying yes means the chance to build her own dream home, but she'll also have to face the past and hear some uncomfortable truths....
With interference from an evil boss, warring parents, an unreliable boyfriend and an architect who puts his foot in it every time he opens his mouth, will Sophie be able to build a future on her own terms - and maybe even find love along the way?
A totally charming modern love story for fans of Katie Fforde, Carole Matthews and Trisha Ashley.
©2016 Cathy Bramley (P)2016 Random House Audiobooks
"Delightfully warm and with plenty of twists and turns." (Trisha Ashley)
"A witty, laugh-out-loud romantic comedy.... I highly recommend it!" (Miranda Dickinson)
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"such a lovely story"
it was speedy enough without being to speedy and kept you interested all the way. such a well deserved happy ending too :-)
"Building bricks of love "
Enjoyable love ramble with the usual twists and turns of most romantic novels, the difference being good strong characters and interestingly different theme
"Easy going chic lit"
Was very like lot of books written by Milly Johnson.
I loved all the female characters in the book. The main character was Sophie, but her flat mates were fun to listen to a well. It had a few twists and turns, it was a bit predictable as chic lit novels often are, but it was light hearted and enjoyable just the same. Nick was lovely, Mark was horrible, her mum was mad and her dad was lovely. College Prendergast was an excellent narrator as always.
If you read this and really enjoy it, you will also enjoy books written by Milly Johnson
Not bad. It has funny moments but it was predicable, an easy listen for commuting.
Just want to say, NEVER take out someones false teeth before CPR as it can kill them. Ive seen this happen
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