Thursday, November 3, 2016

London Belongs to Me - Review #FRC2016

Aspiring to be a playwriter, shortly after graduating Alex heads to London.  She’s always been fascinated by that part of the world and just knows that it’s the perfect place to start a new life.  After her boyfriend’s deception, with enough money to hold her over for a year, Alex packs up and head across the pond to stay with a friend and focus on her writing.  But the second she steps foot off the plane chaos ensues.  It takes no time at all for Alex to realize that this move is going to be a bit more difficult than she thought. 

You can’t help but fall in love with Alex.  She is such a kindhearted person, even naïve at times.  She can be so over giving of herself that she is an easy target of being taken advantage of.  But her trip to London is a good one filled with self-discovery and following one’s dreams.

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Jacquelyn Middleton is an award-winning freelance writer with articles published by several of the most popular magazines, newspapers, and websites in North America including Canadian Living, Best Health, National Geographic Travel, the Toronto Star, Reader's Digest, Chatelaine, Today's Parent, and Flare. She previously worked in television broadcasting, and lives in Toronto. When she's not writing, you can find her hanging out in London, waiting in a comic con line with her husband, or chasing after her bossy Schipperke. LONDON BELONGS TO ME is her first novel.

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