Mum On The Run - Fiona Gibson Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847562493 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Fiona Gibson / Paperback / 384 Pages / Book is published 2011-02-17 by Avon
Newest Review: ... side-lines deep in conversation with his delectable colleague Celeste. When she ends up making a fool of herself, Laura ... more
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Laura Swan was dreading the school sports day Mum's race - but ...
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by - written on 11/11/11 (Very useful, 49 readings)
This was my last book that I took away on holiday with me and another author I had saved to do so because I had enjoyed a previous book by her. I actually had a small mishap when I left the book on my lounger and a small thunder storm came by whilst we were at lunch and I panicked that my book would fall apart before I finished it but, thankfully it was ok in the end and I managed to dry it out and enjoy the rest of it! The author: Fiona has written for many publications including Marie Claire and The Guardian and for several years she also wrote a weekly column for The Sunday Herald newspaper. She lives in Scotland with her husband and children and has ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/09/11 (Very useful, 50 readings)
Laura Swan hopes her children won't remember the promise she flippantly made to hurry them along that morning.....but of course they do, so after much pleading she finds herself in the line up for the mothers race at her children's school. Bad enough she is racing against the other "super fit" mum's, but when she spots her husband Jed, getting friendly with a fellow teacher at his school Celeste, Laura starts to worry. After thinking hard Laura decides that drastic action is called for, so starts to run, and in so doing gets herself a cute little running partner called Danny, is he an ego boost, or is it more? I loved this book! ... Read the complete review
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