When you read a Milly Johnson book, all becomes right with the world, worries fade away, and you escape into someone else’s drama. Milly has just something extra special about her words and her writing is a warm, comforting hug, even when her characters are going through a difficult time. Could this be her best book yet? I think so…
You will absolutely adore Polly Potter and thoroughly root for her throughout to get to those final chapters and find out whether she gets her Happiest Ever After.
There’s warmth, wit, love and even a few nostalgic moments and plenty of ‘oh, her too?’ realisations. A book full of heart, relatable moments and humour (The Daily Trumpet – fantastic!).
About the Book
Polly Potter is surviving, not thriving. She used to love her job – until her mentor died and her new boss decided to make her life hell. She used to love her partner Chris – until he cheated on her, and now she can’t forget. The only place where her life is working is on the pages of the novel she is writing – there she can create a feistier, bolder, more successful version of herself – as the fictional Sabrina Anderson.
But what if it was possible to start over again? To leave everything behind, forget all that went before, and live the life you’d always dreamed of?
After a set of unforeseen circumstances, Polly ends up believing she really IS Sabrina, living at the heart of a noisy Italian family restaurant by the sea. Run by Teddy, the son of her new landlady Marielle, it’s a much-loved place, facing threat of closure as a rival restaurant moves in next door. Sabrina can’t remember her life as Polly, but she knows she is living a different life from the one she used to have.
But what if this new life could belong to her after all?
About The Author
Milly Johnson was born, raised and still lives in Barnsley, South Yorkshire. A Sunday Times bestseller, she is one of the Top 10 Female Fiction authors in the UK, and has sold millions of copies of her books sold across the world. The Happiest Ever After is her twenty-first novel. Milly’s writing highlights the importance of community spirit and the magic of kindness. Her books inspire and uplift but she packs a punch and never shies away from the hard realities of life and the complexities of relationships in her stories. Her books champion women, their strength and resilience, and celebrate love, friendship and the possibility and joy of second chances and renaissances.
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