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The Time of Her Life

The Time of Her Life

‘With her flair for characterisation, Kate Fenton’s latest read brings sensible 60-year-old Annie to life in style . . . A delightful read sure to put a smile on your face – Woman’s Weekly

There is a colourful bunch of characters to keep up with and their storylines will surprise and warm you. We enjoyed the rolling laughter Fenton draws out of you, making light out of some of life’s sillier side’ – Magic Book Club


‘Carpe diem, as all our generation seem to be saying these days,’ Annie Stoneycroft instructs her friend Liz, who is sixty going on sixteen and trembling on the brink of a love affair. ‘Roughly translated: bloody well stop messing about and get on with it.’

Annie naturally embraces the baby boomer’s credo that old age, far from being a biological inevitability, is a mere lifestyle choice. If not downright carelessness. That doesn’t stop her marshalling her contemporaries into suitable relationships – before it’s too late.

Perhaps it’s even time she did the same for herself. But while smart, sassy Ms Stoneycroft may temper any romantic fancies with Yorkshire common sense, what she has yet to learn is that love is like the measles. The later it strikes, the harder it hits . . .

Sparkling, witty and intelligent, The Time of Her Life is a deliciously perceptive romantic comedy for the modern reader.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Modern & Contemporary Fiction (post C 1945)

On Sale: 12th March 2020

Price: £20

ISBN-13: 9781529358599

Reviews

With her flair for characterisation, Kate Fenton's latest read brings sensible 60-year-old Annie to life in style . . . A delightful read sure to put a smile on your face
Woman’s Weekly
There is a colourful bunch of characters to keep up with and their storylines will surprise and warm you. We enjoyed the rolling laughter Fenton draws out of you, making light out of some of life's sillier side
Magic Book Club
A romantic comedy with a difference, having a character who is more mature in many ways but still has a lot to learn
Woman's Weekly