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  • Family Life Fiction

    Ashling Wood is happily married to Podiatrist Adrian or so she though until one morning out of the blue he suggests they try nest parenting and her whole world suddenly falls apart. You can imagine how she felt, shocked, confused, hurt, upset, and she had no idea her husband was unhappy in their marriage. The arrangement is for her to spend one week with her children Saxon and Payton and when it’s Adrian’s turn to look after the kids she stays with her sister in law. Ash is a mess, her whole life has revolved around looking after her children, being married to Adrian, she can’t imagine not seeing her children for a whole week and is her husband capable looking after them? She’s given the opportunity to stay in a cottage by the sea at Ragged Point for a week, the place has been empty for years, it’s a real mess and Ash cleans it up. Ash begins to look at her life from another perspective, she starts to enjoy her week alone, her peaceful sea change and she’s offered a chance to renovate the cottage. She finds the locals are very friendly, keen to offer her help, especially Jedda from the local café and Dan Emerson her handsome neighbor. Flying the Nest is a story about Ashling Wood having her life suddenly turned upside down, her going through all the emotions and stages most people would feel when a long term relationship ends unexpectedly. She’s worried about how it will affect her children, she’s hurt, sad, mad, lost, bitter, embarrassed, self conscious and extremely angry. But it also gives her time to reflect on what she wants to do in the future, what skills she has, she makes new friends, maybe she can be happy without her selfish husband, still be a good mother and she rediscovers herself. Rachel John’s books never disappoint, a very interesting subject, written from a woman’s point of view, at times it’s sad, others it’s downright funny and five stars from me.

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  • Flying the nest

    Thoroughly enoyabble read. Relatable in a real life way.

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  • Loved it!!!

    What a great read. Loved it from the first page. The characters were real people that I felt like I knew. Thoroughly enjoyable read.

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  • McGlynn

    Intersting take on modern day life and attitudes colliding with older values and.expectations.

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  • Resilience

    Going through something similar myself... A great read!

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