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    An excellent heartwarming read!!

    MoMo’s Book Diary loved Sheryl Browne’s “Learning to Love” and happily recommends this as a 5 star read. I can’t recommend Learning to Love by Sheryl Browne highly or often enough. I loved the rollercoaster of emotions the author leads us on page after page. The way Sheryl Browne warmly brings each character to life with emotion which grows throughout the book. Alongside romance there is heartache, a touch of mystery, some humour and continual gripping hope that Andrea will be able to get her life back on track following the fire which destroyed her family home. I laughed, cried and ate my way through a huge chocolate bar before reaching the thrilling conclusion (at 4am). I would like to thank the author, Sheryl Browne, for the opportunity to read and review Learning to Love. I can’t wait to read the others. This review is also published on momobookdiary.com, goodreads and amazon
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    The whole book was a delight to read

    Andrea Kelly lives with her partner Jonathan and three children Ryan, Sophie and toddler Chloe. Plus, there is also her elderly mother and the family pet dog, Dougal. Andrea and Jonathan have been going through a rough patch. Jonathan has become very secretive and off-hand with Andrea. When the two are supposedly meeting to have dinner together, Jonathan is nowhere to be seen. At the same time the family home burns down. To the rescue is newcomer to the neighbourhood, Dr David Adams and his teenage son Jake. The pair are going through a difficult time after the death of their wife/mother. David invites Andrea and her family to stay with them until their home is fixed. But will Andrea’s eyes be opened to how caring and attentive David is compared to Jonathan, and will David realise that it’s okay to move on with his life? Sheryl Browne has a writing style that grips you and hooks you to the pages until the very last word. Her characters are all very realistic and the situations plausible. It often felt like I was stood watching someone else’s life play out in front of me, not just reading about it. The characters are all worth investing your time in, okay maybe not Jonathan, but then there is always one!! The storyline is tender, and is one of love, loss and life, told in the most caring and mindful manner. The title ‘Learning to Love’ fits the book perfectly, with both Andrea and David having to do just that. I gasped at each twist and turn that Ms. Browne so cleverly created for them. The whole book from beginning to end was just a delight to read, it pulled at my heart-strings and had me eager to devour it in just two sittings.
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    Finding love during modern life

    Andrea Kelly has a lot on her plate, three children, a confused mother and a grumpy neighbour who might need a social services referral. Thankfully her fiancée is around to support her, if only he would turn up for their date. Things can’t possibly get worse, or at least that’s what Andrea thinks, until she finds her house on fire and she is forced to take shelter with grumpy neighbour, David Adams, and his grieving, angry young son, Jake. I really enjoyed this romantic page turner, where new friendships are formed, old friendships are tested and love blossoms amongst the chaos of a modern family in crisis. David and Jake have to confront their past, whilst Andrea has to reassess her future and not everyone in their midst can be trusted to tell them the truth. I loved all the characters in this story and found myself caring about their troubles and rooting for their happiness. This is a delicious read, to be devoured, enjoyed and savoured one page at a time. I received a free ARC from NetGalley for an honest review.

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