Warning. This book will have you giggling from the first page. It will also have you typing ‘new playlist’ into your music app on your phone as each chapter has a reference to a great song.

If you fancy giggling a lot and making a ‘Shari Low book’ playlist after reading it please put this on your TBR.

Here’s the blurb:

The follow-up sequel to the bestselling ‘What If?’ from Shari Low

Twenty years ago, Carly Cooper went on an epic quest to track down all the men she’d ever loved and lost in the hope that one of them was her Mr Right.

Now, two decades and two teenage sons later, she thinks she might have got it all wrong.

As the years have passed, lots of things have changed, leaving Carly asking ‘What Now?’

With a divorce and an empty nest on the horizon, Carly sets off once more to Los Angeles with her band of trusty girlfriends, to find the carefree, wild and adventurous Carly Cooper that she used to be.

On this latest quest, Carly discovers a few home truths and has to decide If her marriage is worth saving or is there a new happy-ever-after out there, just waiting for her…

Here’s my review

I write romantic comedy and I take my hat off to those in the trade who do it really well. Shari Low is one of these. She takes aspects of life and cleverly turns them into giggle fests. She is my new author heroine.

What can I say about this fabulous book – funny, uplifting and memorable. It also comes with my favourite piece of new life advice:

‘Sometimes in life, you’ve just got to close your eyes and jump in. And it’s time for me to make a fuck-off big splash.’

This book is a sequel but I read it as a stand-alone and I loved it. Shari Low does a wonderful job of bringing her reader up to speed.

I loved the premise – what if your happily ever after doesn’t last forever?

Carly is a great character, relatable, a good laugh and someone you would want dancing in your circle of friends on a night out. There was a Sex in the City vibe to this book with Carly and her friends which was great. As a mother of teenagers (daughters not sons) I welcomed the teenage mother side to Carly.

Carly’s journey of self discovery and the soul searching she did about Mark was heartfelt and full of emotional highs and lows.

The ending was good but I can’t tell you what happens.

I loved this book and I am hot footing it over to my online book store to get the first book in this series which is all about the Carly in 1999 on her quest to find love 💃

Purchase Link – https://buff.ly/2JG8U69
Author Bio –

Shari Low is the #1 bestselling author of over 25 novels, including One Day In Summer and My One Month Marriage and a collection of parenthood memories called Because Mummy Said So. She lives near Glasgow.

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3 comments on “#BookReview What Now @sharilow @BoldwoodBooks

  1. Yup… another one on my list!

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