The Accidental Mother

1 Nov

 I just want to start of by saying that this book was exactly what I have been searching for. A book you can’t seem to put down. You keep reading knowing that the next page is going to keep you guessing and crossing your fingers it turns out exactly how you planned. Rowan Coleman kept my attention from the first page to the last. She kept me wanting more and made me second guess whether it was what I really wanted or not. She did an AMAZING job writing this book. If you love British humor, children, shopping, and that moment when you realize that your life has completely changed right in front of your eyes. It is right here!

The description is as follows by www.fantasticfiction.co.uk :

Sophie Mills has worked her Manolo Blahniks off to reach the near-top of her profession. A highly successful corporate events planner, living with her cat Artemis in a designer flat she’s very happy with her life. After all, relationships only get in the way of work and as for children – she hasn’t even begun to think about that yet. Until one day, an unexpected visitor brings news that her best friend Carrie is dead, her husband Louis has disappeared and Sophie is in sole charge of two children under the age of six. But motherhood can’t be all that hard, can it? When her barely used Channel No.5 bubble bath is nearly empty, her make-up bag smeared all over the bathroom and her beloved flat reduced to a war zone, Sophie is in despair. And all her unconventional mother can suggest is Dr Roberts Complete Dog Training and Care Manuel. Determined to rise to the challenge Sophie soon realises that she’ll need more than a business plan to cope with all this…
 
Lets just say that I give this book five stars and I would share it with EVERY MOTHER if given the chance.
 
On another note I promised that I would put up the picture of B’s finished pumpkin and I also want to note that he got complements out the WAZOO all night 😛 Good job hubby!

Deathstar by B

Love Always,

J

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