Phil Randall is a single mother to Natalie, Damian and Hattie. She loves them dearly but after a decade of taking care of their every needs, she's ready for a man in her life. Enter Maisie – Phil's fun-loving best friend from her college days and relentless matchmaker – who is also single. When she starts a dating agency, with the sole aim of finding herself and Phil a partner, they have high hope...
Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (October 11, 2015)
Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.5 x 8 inches
Amazon Rank: 12591925
Format: PDF ePub fb2 djvu ebook
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This is one of those easy reads that will make you want to stoke the fire, grab a blanket, make a steaming mug of cocoa and curl up for a relaxing read. The characters will be comfortably familiar, and the plot will resound with any middle-aged woman...
r very own Mr Rights are going to appear. Five years on, however, both women are still very single - not for the want of trying, either. Maisie's body-clock is ticking and she desperately wants her own family, so she needs to come up with a plan. Phil, on the other hand, resigns herself to singledom and decides she'll just keep focusing on her little darlings. But then Professor Llewellyn moves in next door and turns her life upside down. The Beautiful Voice of Professor Llewellyn is a contemporary novel that will have you laughing, crying and cheering from the sidelines. It explores the complexities of two families coming together and the ups and downs of finding love in later life. It also takes on a serious and psychological element too, and sheds a much-needed spotlight into how a family member's mental health issues can impact on and threaten a blossoming relationship.