Louise Pentland – Wilde Like Me – Book Review πŸ’—

Hi All

I have literally just finished this book and could not wait to write this review,

This book follows the life of Robin Wilde and her daughter Lyla. The book starts in January and follows Robin through the year.

Robin starts the year in ‘the emptiness’ (as she calls it) and you watch her fight the emptiness and kick herself out of it and build herself back up to who she wants to be.

Robin struggles with family, the new school mums, her job and her need, well what she feels is a need for a boyfriend. Robin goes from strength to strength. I loved following her through her journey. You route for her to succeed in every way. You get so proud of her when she stands up for herself, god I felt myself screaming at the book yes Robin! you go girl!

Robin takes a job offer to work in New York and this kick starts the new Robin, Robin who thinks for herself and has the confidence to be the best she can be!

This is such a feel good book, I can’t wait for the 2nd part of Robin’s story.

I don’t like to give to much away so make sure you read it! you will not regret it!

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