Bell never thought she’d be facing her 40th birthday single. Recently dumped by her boyfriend of ten years, Bell is struggling to move on with her life – and surrender the fleecy pyjamas she’s been living in since January. Sick of being bombarded by #blessed on social media and feeling like her life doesn’t live up to everyone else’s, she decides it’s time for a change; time to find out who she really is, not who she thinks she should be.
Enter Millie, a successful online influencer posting under the handle @mi_bestlife. But as a single mum trying to make ends meet and stay ahead of the younger generation snapping at her heels, her Instagram feed is far more #BestLiethan #BestLife. With the internet trolls continuing to bring her down and an ex who cares more about playing football than seeing their son, Millie begins to wish her life was more like her filters.
It isn’t until Millie and Bell’s paths cross that the two women begin to realise what they’re missing. Will Bell finally learn to live life for herself? And will Millie see that she needs to start living for the momentand not for the likes?

Firstly a big thank you to simon and schuster for my copy to review .

There is big hype for this and rightly so, booklovers you will adore this debut.

Everything about this ticked a box, the title , the cover and of course the storyline. Once i started i was hooked.

I loved this book so much,and in a world obsessed with social media this is so accurate and refreshing.

Excellent characters that you will feel a instant connection with.

Fun ,warm,witty and life affirming.

Claire is a amazing writer and has clearly learnt from working with books to create her own piece of magic .

Highly recommend this and wish her every success with it.

Published in ebook in July then paperback in September .

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