As Alice tries to support her sister, Emma, following her heart breaking marriage, little did they know what the ‘Doctors Orders’ would lead to.
A successful businessman and loving father’s life is turned upside down when ‘Julie’ visits the office.
Share in Louis and Emma’s love and imagination in ‘Live the Dream’.
‘Note to Self’ introduces us to James, a top radio DJ, who is forced to reflect on his life’s values.
Life for Ania, a cleaner in a five-star hotel, is arduous and her future looks bleak, that’s until she meets a guest in ‘Suite 200’, who challenges her perspective
HERE ARE MY THOUGHTS AND REVIEW
This is a book of only 57 pages and contains 5 very short stories, mainly with, ‘the morale of the story’ kind of warning. For me the stories were more of a coffee time break quick read rather than take on holiday for the side of the pool.
Each of these stories have very strong female characters in them with some directed at punishing the male characters for past deeds against family and friends. This includes using blackmail tactics. It did exaggerate some of the types of behaviour of certain men which would just normally be put down to selfishness and arrogance, but in one story particularly the vengeance was leaning more to the side of ‘single white female’ spectrum rather than just pay back.
There are also some more light hearted stories too, which do have that good feel factor about them.
I would like to see this author writing a novella with just one story. I am sure it would definitely hold the readers attention if any of these 5 are to go by.
HERE IS A LITTLE ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Rebekah Louise is 32 and lives in Worcestershire with her husband and young son. When she is not busy chasing her son around or writing, she enjoys reading, Pilates and spending time with family and friends preferably in cafes sampling the coffees and cakes.
Love, Life & Dreams is her first collection of short stories that she has published.
Twitter name is Rebekah Louise @RebekahBe4