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Tuesday, 17 May 2016

Learning to Love by Sheryl Browne

Publication date 14 June 2016

(I received the Kindle version of this book, free of charge, from Netgalley in return for an honest independent review.)

Romance, mystery and suspense                                      My rating:  5 out of 5

Andrea, the mother of two teenagers and a toddler, carer to her slightly dotty mother and partner to Jonathan,  is thinking of giving up her teaching job and starting up a new business.  And then her home burns down leaving her homeless, possession-less, dog-less and for some reason Jonathan has also disappeared.    Fortunately the moody (but good looking) neighbour opposite steps into help, and so begins this fast moving, fun story about Andrea's chaotic life, and that of her family, friends (not all of whom are a friendly as they should be) and neighbours. 

Things are not quite as they seem at first, and the book rushes along with plenty of mystery and suspense, feel good moments, romance and disasters. All punctuated by strops from the teenage daughter and witticisms from the dotty mother.  This is a wonderful book to make you laugh, sigh and read a little bit longer than you really have time for.   

A great womens' fiction book. 


  1. OMGosh!! Emma, forgive me. I have been out and about, giving talks, etc, and I have only just this second seen this. I am SO sorry. And so utterly delighted. What a gorgeous review and a fabulous start to my weekend! Thank you so much for reading Learning to Love - and loving Dr Adams as much as I do! ;) Thrilled to bits! xxx

  2. I really enjoyed the original version of Learning to Love Emma. Fab review.

    Sheryl thanks for linking to #TalkoftheTown