My Review: An enjoyable and fun read following Twins Isaac and Jessie, we start ten years ago and work our way up to more present days. Jessie and Isaac are each others proms dates, Jessie has a massive crush on Elliot so she doesn’t mind as he is her bro’s best friend and she quite likes him. Their transport to Prom made me laugh. Things seem to pick up pace until something happens that impacts Elliots memory, which in turn changes the course of action. Jess ends up all over the place until life brings her home and under her brothers roof which she ends up sharing with 3 guys and a dog called Penny. That smelly Multi Cooker seems to be a thing in a fair few households. The story also touches on Special Needs and Epilepsy. Recommended as an entertaining and enjoyable read.

Always On My Mind

Sometimes when you can’t see the way forwards, the best thing to do is to look back…

When Jessie left home at eighteen, she swore she’d never go back. But when life takes a turn for the complicated, she’s forced to move in with her twin, Isaac, and his two best friends. To her dismay, one of these is Elliot, the boy Jessie once loved, until his life was changed forever by a terrible accident that Jessie still blames herself for.

Cohabiting with three alarmingly unhouse-trained males was not in Jessie’s life plan so when Isaac, Elliot and Arthur offer her a generous rent discount if she’ll help them with their ‘Boys to Men Project’, designed to end years of disastrous dating, she reluctantly accepts the challenge.

As Jessie embraces the comfort of being home, revelling in her new job at her parents’ day centre full of people determined to grow old disgracefully, she realises her housemates aren’t the only ones needing to make some changes. And maybe, if she can finally forgive herself for Elliot’s accident, she can start to look forward to a future, with or without him by her side.

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Beth Moran is the bestselling author of romantic novels including Christmas Every Day and Just The Way You Are. She regularly features on BBC Radio Nottingham and is a trustee of the national women’s network Free Range Chicks. She lives on the outskirts of Sherwood Forest.

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