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  • Excellent

    .... especially for the over fifties!!! Very entertaining and funny, just as good as her other book Kicking the Bucket.!!! Life doesn't end when you retire, it's just another chapter in the book of life!

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  • A great read

    Can really follow the storyline with a smile and a frown. Fun read!

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  • Full of Fun and Laughter!

    What a great story about a mature marriage, with plenty of humour along the way! Cait and Matt have survived 30 years of marriage. Matt heads off to work each day while his wife Cait, after many years as a teacher, works only part time to allow her to write the best selling novel she's been dreaming of for a long time. But then things change and suddenly their marriage doesn't seem quite as comfortable. This is an entertaining read with it's roots firmly in realism. After children grow up and leave home, many couples realise that over the years they have stopped making an effort and are just rolling along out of habit. So how do they recapture the magic - and, do they both want to? I have giggled my way through this one, laughing and nodding my head throughout. My only complaint would be that everything was tied up in a bit of a rush, contrary to the pace of the rest of the novel. Certainly an author to read again, that's for sure. To my shame, this is another which has been stuck at the bottom of my tbr list for far too long, especially considering it's so good!

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  • Dancing over the hill

    Thought the main characters weren't true to their ages and the story would have worked better if they had been in their 40's, as an older person myself l don't think it was true to form

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