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If you’re in need of a truly lovely and heart-warming relationship tale then I can recommend that you stop right here. If the thought of a rescue dog and a Scottish island also appeal, then you really have come to the right place. An abandoned small terrier enters the lives of residents and visitors on the Island of Sgadansay. I do so love Fiona Gibson’s writing, as I’ve said before, she writes with empathy, and the extra sparkle of romance and wit is just delightful. Her tales feel as though they are grounded in reality and I always find myself really connecting to her characters. This is a multi-generational tale and we meet 10 year old Arthur through to 78 year old Harry. Suzy and Ricky who are both in their late 40’s head the chapters, each telling their own tale and living life with its ups and downs. I love the dog sharing aspect of this story, connections form, seconds chances beckon, and friendships begin to flourish. There may well be a heart-stopping moment or two to encounter, but ultimately this is as feel-good as it gets. As a ray of sunshine to combat darkness, The Dog Share is a wonderfully engaging and entertaining read.
The next gloriously uplifting book from the #1 bestselling author of The Mum Who Got Her Life Back.
Suzy Medley is having a bad day...
... when a shabby terrier turns up at her door. Just like Suzy, Scout has been abandoned, although only Suzy has been left with a financial mess and a business in tatters thanks to her ex.
Suzy takes Scout in and her chaotic world changes in unexpected ways: strangers have never been more welcoming and her teenage kids can't wait to come home to visit.
Then a chance encounter on a windy Hebridean beach makes things more complicated, because Suzy isn't the only one who needs a friend.
Scout has plenty of love to go round... but does Suzy?
A wonderfully funny and uplifting story about friendship and second chances (and whisky!), perfect for fans of Gill Sims and Jill Mansell
of a book ... You'll be cheering her on as she explores new endeavours, including an unexpected love interest' WOMAN & HOME
'A sharp, witty tale' NORTHERN ECHO
Praise for Fiona Gibson:
'A terrifically entertaining, cheery romance, with an endearing heroine' SUNDAY MIRROR
'Warm, funny and poignant' DAILY MAIL
'Warm, witty and fun' MY WEEKLY
'The voice of modern woman' MARIE CLAIRE
'More than funny, it's true' ELLE
'Warm, funny and endearing' BEST
Publication date: 04/03/2021
Publisher: AVON, a division of HarperCollins Publishers Ltd an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 04/03/2021
Publisher: Avon, a division of Harper Collins
|Publication date:||4th March 2021|
|Publisher:||AVON, a division of HarperCollins Publishers Ltd an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers|
|Genres:||Books of the Month, Feel-Good Fiction, Humour, Relationship Stories, Sagas and Romance,|
|Collections:||8 Dog Friendly Relationship Novels,|
|Categories:||Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Humour, Dogs as pets,|
Fiona Gibson was born in a youth hostel in Yorkshire. She started working on teen magazine Jackie at age 17, then went on to join Just Seventeen and More! where she invented the infamous 'Position of the Fortnight.' Fiona now lives in Scotland with her husband Jimmy, their three children and a wayward rescue collie cross called Jack. For more info, visit www.fionagibson.com. You can follow Fiona on Twitter @fionagibson.More About Fiona Gibson