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Blog Tour Stop with Review - When Life Gives You Lemons by Fiona Gibson

Welcome to my stop on the Blog Tour for When Life Gives You Lemons by Fiona Gibson!


What They Say:Sometimes life can be bittersweet . . .

Between tending to the whims of her seven-year-old and the demands of her boss, Viv barely gets a moment to herself. It’s not quite the life she wanted, but she hasn’t run screaming for the hills yet.

But then Viv’s husband Andy makes his mid-life crisis her problem. He’s having an affair with his (infuriatingly age-appropriate) colleague, a woman who – unlike Viv – doesn’t put on weight when she so much as glances at a cream cake.

Viv suddenly finds herself single, with zero desire to mingle. Should she be mourning the end of life as she knows it, or could this be the perfect chance to put herself first?
When life gives you lemons, lemonade just won’t cut it. Bring on the gin!
What I Say:
You always know you're in for a treat with a Fiona Gibson book. Always funny, romantic, light-hearted but with some serious undertones and always with a lovely…
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