Welllll helllo! Guess whose post is late because they are just a shambles these days? Oh yeah mine. But as long as I’m a shambles, I’ll have books to keep me sane! So here I am with another review as part of a Blitz!!!
About the Book
Sometimes the hardest person to be honest with is yourself…
Five years ago Helen Walters walked out on her ‘perfect’ life with the ‘perfect’ man. Wealthy, glamorous and bored, she longed for something more.
Now a talented artist with a small business, Helen creates crazy patchwork crafts to support her young daughter, Megan. Penniless, content and single, she is almost unrecognisable.
But when her past unexpectedly collides with her new life, Helen finds herself torn. She knows what the easiest choice is, but is it what she wants?
About the Author
Kate writes contemporary women’s fiction, mainly set in her favourite county of Lancashire, where she lives with her husband, daughter and hyperactive cat.
She is a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association.
Kate’s debut novel, The Magic of Ramblings, won the RNA’s Joan Hessayon Award for new writers in 2017.
This is Kate Fields second book, but not part of a series I believe so I was fine having not read the first!
Helen is a likeable character, living life at a very different pace than before she left the high life. Dedicated to her adorable daughter, she’s crafting to keep them going.
As always, there’s men and they’re there to complicate matters. Helen has a choice to make, her craft is patchwork and so is her life!
Kate has written a rich tapestry of characters, in a soft and fluffy setting. There’s the usual twists and turns with all good women’s fictions and a hero to sink your teeth into.
I highly recommend you curl up with this cosy quilt of a book.
Be in with the chance to win one or two paperback copies of the book! And it’s open internationally!