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Friday, July 06, 2018

The Time of our Lives (Jane Costello)

Imogen is not used to luxury holidays. She is used to juggling the pressures of her job while raising a four-year-old and trying to keep on smiling even when things are not easy. So, when her friend Meredith wins a VIP trip to Barcelona's newest hotel, it is her big chance to finally relax in style.
But, as Imogen already knows, life has a way of throwing a curve ball. Before they have even set foot on the plane, things are not going to plan.
The big question is: what is really motivating the mysterious mas who is always in the right place at the wrong time?

It's been a strange holiday. And not just because I've broken my arm, been mugged, thrown out of a VIP party (almost), lumbered with a black eye - oh, and lost my job after one of the worst appearances on national radio in broadcasting history.

❤️ I take back all I said regarding the first book I read by Jane Costello.
This is the real deal, a book where you cannot help but laugh.
I really do not know where to start. From Imogen's point of view, there is a deeper and more serious story being told as the book progresses. Add Harry, the dashing and elusive journalist, a boss with a death wish, black eyes, broken arms, a naked one-legged geography teacher, and pigeon poo mugging techniques and you can see why this is a laugh out loud kind of book. And in Barcelona, of all places!
They say laughter is the best medicine, and reading The Time of Our Lives is like getting a shot of the medicine you need.

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