Regan is holding a winning lottery ticket.
Goodbye to the boyfriend who never had her back, and so long to the job she can’t stand!
Except it’s all a bit too good to be true…
When Regan gets pranked, she finds herself jobless, homeless and boyfriendless in one fell swoop.
Luckily her friendly seaside community provides a beacon of hope, proving to Regan that sometimes you really can rely on the kindness of others – and one local in particular, a handsome fireman called Charlie, helps Regan realise that this could be her chance for a fresh start.
Armed with a list of ways to change her life, Regan decides it’s time to step out of her comfort zone. Because – as Charlie knows all too well – life is for living . . .
Thank you Avon Books, Bella Osborne and NetGalley for my digital review copy – my thoughts are my own. This is the first book I’ve read by Bella Osborne and I was thrilled to be gifted a digital review copy after seeing great reviews.
I really enjoyed this book, lots of humour but also tackling some social issues such as homelessness. The character of Regan developed nicely – the opening chapters with the lottery ticket prank made me laugh out loud. As her friendship with Charlie develops, Regan needs to find ways to follow her dream to run her own business and to find a new home.
What a conclusion! I didn’t expect the ending of the story – may have had damp eyes a couple of times. Thank you to Bella Osborne for writing such great characters and making me care about them. This has been a great escape from the global pandemic and I will be recommending it to friends/family/readers of my blog.