High Heels im Hühnerstall

Rowan Coleman lives with her husband, and five children in a very full house in Hertfordshire. She juggles writing novels with raising her family which includes a very lively set of toddler twins whose main hobby is going in the opposite directions. When she gets the chance, Rowan enjoys sleeping, sitting and loves watching films; she is also attempting to learn how to bake.Rowan would like to live every day as if she were starring in a...

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Master Plan of Evangelism

Rowan Coleman lives with her husband, and five children in a very full house in Hertfordshire. She juggles writing novels with raising her family which includes a very lively set of toddler twins whose main hobby is going in the opposite directions. When she gets the chance, Rowan enjoys sleeping, sitting and loves watching films; she is also attempting to learn how to bake.Rowan would like to live every day as if she were starring in a...

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The Baby Group

Perfect for fans of Jojo Moyes, Marian Keyes and Sophie Kinsella, this is a funny, warm-hearted novel from the author of The Memory Book, which was featured in the Richard & Judy book club 2014MEET THE BABY GROUPNatalie ran her own design company until baby Freddie unexpectedly came along. Now the capable person she...

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Ruby Parker Hits the Small Time

Reviewed by Sarah Bean the Green Bean Teen Queen for TeensReadToo.comSince she was six years old, Ruby Parker has been an actress on the British Soap Opera Kensington Heights. She's famous for her role as Angel MacFarley, and fans love her because Angel is the most normal character on the show. Ruby gets tons of fan mail, she attends an exclusive stage school for young actors and actresses, and she works with the ever-so-cute Justin de...

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Woman Walks Into a Bar

Rowan Coleman is one of my favourite authors so when I saw she was re-releasing her short story Woman Walks Into A Bar I was super pleased, especially since she said that all royalties would be donated to charity - a girl after my own heart! I actually already had a review copy, but I of course purchased a copy, too, to make sure my money would go to the charity. I couldn't wait to get stuck in, as you can't beat a good novella.When...

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Mia Malan Sepiester (Mia Malan, #1)

Rowan Coleman lives with her husband, and five children in a very full house in Hertfordshire. She juggles writing novels with raising her family which includes a very lively set of toddler twins whose main hobby is going in the opposite directions. When she gets the chance, Rowan enjoys sleeping, sitting and loves watching films; she is also attempting to learn how to bake.Rowan would like to live every day as if she were starring in a...

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The Happy Home for Broken Hearts

A wise and warm-hearted novel about fresh starts, from the author of The Memory Book.Ellie Woods spends her days immersed in the escapist pages of the romantic novels she lovingly edits. But her reality is somewhat less rose-tinted. Once upon a time, Ellie had her 'happily ever after' moment when she married her beloved Nick, but fifteen years later her husband's tragic death leaves her alone...

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After Ever After

A warm and moving novel about what happens when your happily after after isn't quite so happy after all, from the author of The Memory Book. Kitty Simpson is a firm believer in fairy tales. And when Fergus Kelly kisses her under a shooting star (or perhaps a banking airplane), she simply knows that he must be The One.But eighteen months, a storybook wedding and an adorable...

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The Runaway Wife

From the internationally bestselling author of Lessons in Laughing Out Loud comes a moving and heartwarming novel about a woman who escapes an abusive relationship and flees with her young daughter in search of a kind stranger she met many years earlier.Remembering the letter that says, “You are a remarkable woman and you deserve all the happiness, contentment, and love in the world. I, for one, know that I...

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