Lou Winter is a lonely woman who no longer realises she's being taken advantage of - whether by her mother or unfaithful husband Phil. Then one day she spots a magazine article on clearing clutter. What begins as an earnest spring-clean soon spirals out of control. The more Lou lets go of, the more light can get to those painful places at the centre of her heart. When she meets hunky local man Tom Broom, she sees her philandering husband in a very different light. But, even with Tom's help, can Lou Winter manage to put the spring back into her step? And who knows where her newfound zest for the stripped-back life will take her next?More
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Delightfully down-to-earth heroine wins through
- Jill Besterman
Yes I would. It was very entertaining, good storyline and was interesting throughout. The characters were very believable. Good book for all age groups
My favourite character was Lou. She was a believable character who had her own hangups and insecurities, mainly because of her absolute male chauvinist, slimy, horrible husband who was an obvious control freek. You will just hate him form the start and will just look forward to him getting his 'come uppance'
Yes, I have listened to another, by the same author and she is a pleasure to listen to. Her different voices and accents are very good, and her pitch and pace is excellent..
The outcome of the whole story was moving (I won't give anything away) The inevitable demise of Phil (the horrible husband) was a real pleasure!!
Likeable characters, good storyline that made me want to keep listening. The author obviously likes catering or cafes and also dogs. There was a cafe and a dog in the last book of hers that I listened to and being a dog lover, I found it a nice addition to the tale