Wilde About the Girl by Louise Pentland
After the year from hell, she's pulled herself up and out of The Emptiness, her love life is ticking along nicely, single motherhood is actually quite fun and she is ready for whatever life throws at her. When a thrilling opportunity at work arises, Robin is more than excited to step up and show everyone, including herself, what she's made of.
But her best friend Lacey is increasingly broken-hearted about struggling to conceive, and her daughter Lyla is starting to come out with some horrible attitudes she's learning from someone at school. Is Auntie Kath hiding loneliness under her bubbly, loving veneer? And can Robin definitely trust the people she must depend on in her fab new role?
But Robin has her girls. And her girls have got her. Together they can handle any crisis. Can't they?
Life is about to throw quite the curve ball at Robin Wilde, and she'll need to make some pretty brave choices if she's going to stop everything she cares about falling apart . . .
When Louise’s debut book landed on my doorstep last year I really wanted it to be good. I wanted it to exceed my expectations and it did. Wilde Like Me totally captured my heart last year and Wilde About the Girl has done the same now.
We're with Robin again and find her in a steadier place than when we first met. She's acing life, and it's fab to see. Obviously if it were to stay that way there's be no storyline, so unsurprisingly things don't stay this way for long and there are a multitude of curveballs thrown her way.
Wilde About the Girl is filled with emotion that’ll make you weep with both sadness and joy.