Monday, 27 May 2013

Pedigree Mum by Fiona Gibson

When the Tambini family plan to move from London to the South Coast, Kerry Tambini could not be happier. But when husband Rob gets cold feet about moving and he unexpectedly makes an error in judgement that sees him having to stay behind in London and Kerry and their two young children moving to the coast without him. Kerry must adapt to being a single mum in a new town.

When the children ask for a dog Kerry decides to get one, after all Rob never wanted one. Kerry soon finds life is busy, taking care of the family and the newly adopted dog. She is also giving piano lessons and trying to fit in with the local pedigree mums.

When not one but two love interests turn up, will there be time for a new love?

I really enjoyed reading this book. The story is told in and amusing and entertaining way with really good humour. This is one of those books that you just cannot put down; you always want to go on reading to see what happens next. This book deserves more than the five stars that is the limit to award. It as a star quality and personality that makes it stand out. I will look forward to reading more books by Fiona Gibson.

Fiona Gibson is a journalist and bestselling author of Mummy said the F-Word and Mum on the Run. Originally from Yorkshire, she started her writing life at the age of seventeen on Jackie magazine. She is a regular contributor to Red, Sainsbury’s Magazine and the Sunday Herald, and lives with her husband and their three children in Lanarkshire, Scotland. Pedigree Mum is her seventh novel.

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