When Emily was offered a new job in London, she was sure that her life was about to change – new friends, a career in the big city and the boyfriend she always wanted.
Her new life turns out to be more complicated than she expected. Her flat mates don’t understand her. Her colleagues mock everything about her. Even her father doesn’t support her. The only person who offers her any encouragement is David.
He’s married. He’s her manager. To Emily it’s clear that they have something special. As their relationship develops, everyone seems to want to sabotage their chances.
But some things are meant to be…
Thank you to the author and Rachels Random Resources for providing me with a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
This was a very surprising read for me and one that kept me hooked from start to finish. The synopsis definitely got me interested as to how this would all play out and I think the author did a really good job with how she was able to tell the story. What I loved most was that nothing really played out how I would have assumed it to going into the book which really just made me want to carry on reading. Emily is a complex character and I loved the way the author was able to explore this. Definitely, one I would recommend.
Would I read again: Yes
Would I Recommend: Yes
Would I read another book from this author: Yes
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About the Author
Shelly Berry lives in Waltham Forest, London. Having gained a BA Joint Honours Degree in Visual Art and Sociology at Keele University and a Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling, she has since worked in the public sector with vulnerable adults and children – including those affected by mental illness, drug and alcohol misuse, disability, criminal behaviour, homelessness and domestic and sexual abuse. During this time, Shelly developed and nurtured her love of writing. As well as writing fiction, she has previously written for a number of blogs and now writes for the Waltham Forest Echo.
Social Media Links – twitter @ShellyBerryUK