Lizzie Mitchell is on maternity leave from her London marketing manager’s job but this time she isn’t going back. After the birth of her second child Lizzie has handed in her notice, waved goodbye to the nightmarish commute and is happy to embrace stay-at-home-mummy duties.
That is, until her other half James loses his job and decides to start a business in a field he knows nothing about. With children to feed, a roof to keep over their heads and nappies to buy, Lizzie has to be the realistic one: she grovels for her old job back – but even if she manages to fight off the barrage of fresh-faced new graduates who are lining up for it, can she really juggle a modern mummy’s life, a demanding job and a newly self-employed venture that could easily fall apart before it’s even taken off?
This book has been an absolute delight to read. I haven’t been able to put this one down. I have to say a huge thank you to the author for asking me to review this one.
I have loved Lucy, she is such a gorgeous character. This book is well-written and completely engaging.
There have been moments of this book where I have literally laughed out loud. The cover of this book is just absolutely gorgeous. We all need to see bright colours on a dark and dingy day.
The plot is engaging and realistic, the characters are likeable and realistic. This is definitely a book that has converted me as a fan of this author.
I absolutely cannot wait to read more and highly recommend this book.