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Hubble Bubble by Jane Lovering

Hubble Bubble

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Selected by Sarah Broadhurst

Amateur magic brushed with drug smuggling form the background to a delicious romantic read with folk unable to commit pulling through in the end. A highly enjoyable romantic comedy from award-winning author Jane Lovering.

Choc Lit, the publisher of this novel, was the 2012 Publisher of the Year as voted for by the Festival of Romance.

If you like Jane Lovering you might also like to read books by Tanya Huff, Tate Hallaway and Mary Janice Davidson.

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Hubble Bubble by Jane Lovering

Be careful what you wish for - Holly Grey only took up witchery to keep her friend out of trouble - and now she's knee-deep in hassle, in the form of apocalyptic weather, armed men, midwifery - and a sarcastic Welsh journalist. Kai has been drawn to darkest Yorkshire by his desire to find out who he really is. What he hadn't bargained on was getting caught up in amateur magic and dealing with a bunch of women who are trying really hard to make their dreams come true. Together they realise that getting what you wish for is sometimes just a matter of knowing what it is you want.


Hubble Bubble has as many twists, darkness and drama as you would expect from the title, but its true strengths lay in its quieter moments and its humour. Any true romantic will be put under its spell.

About the Author

Jane Lovering

Jane Lovering was born in Devon but, following extradition procedures, now lives in Yorkshire. She has five children, four cats, two dogs and doesn’t believe in housework so the the bacteria and dust are approaching sentience and now rank among the pets. Incidentally, she doesn’t believe in ironing either, and the children all learned self-defensive cookery at early ages. She works in a local school and also teaches creative writing, which are extreme ways of avoiding the washing up. Jane is a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association and has a first class honours degree in creative writing.

Her debut Please Don’t Stop the Music won the 2012 Romantic Novel of the Year and the Best Romantic Comedy Novel award from the Romantic Novelists’ Association.

Jane writes romantic comedies which are often described as ‘quirky’. One day she’s going to find out what that means.

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Publication date

6th June 2013


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Choc Lit


304 pages


Relationship Stories

Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)



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