My book reading this year feels like it has been much curtailed - I guess studying and working will have that effect.
A while ago I finished reading Charlotte Nash's book Saving You.
The premise of the book sounded entertaining 'three escaped pensioners and a single mother trying to rescue her son.'
The book follows Mallory and her estranged from Australia and across the USA. I expected the book to be good holiday reading and I wasn't disappointed. The world Nash creates is colourful and engaging.
What I didn't expect was to get emotionally invested in the story, which I did.
This book is a great read if you have a bit of wanderlust or a soft spot for retirement home dwellers or you've ever wanted to put some history to right (or you like men on motorbikes).
I would happily pick up other novels by the same author.
Details - Hachette NZ, Jan 2019 RRP $29.99
love you more than a stetson hat xxx