This Year Maybe By Liz Hinds

This Year Maybe By Liz Hinds


Alison and David have been engaged for so long that even Alison’s mother has given up asking when, but it’s second time around for both of them and they’re not in any particular hurry. That said, Alison is beginning to wonder if living with her has put David off the idea of marriage so when he suggests they set a date she is delighted.

But that date is six months’ away and a lot can happen in six months – especially if you’re Alison!‘My son’s been arrested, Great-aunt Millie’s fallen in love, my best friend suspects her husband of having an affair, and I still need to lose weight. How on earth can I think about getting married?’

My Thoughts:

The cover of this book really cheered me up, it is very bright and the flowers are just lovely. I knew I would love this book just from reading the blurb. The story is about Alison and David who are a couple and have been engaged for a long time, David is not that bothered (typical man) and Alison wasn’t until they started living together, I mean they both have been engaged before so what is the hurry? It kind of reminded me of my story slightly similar, I had to wait 12 years for my now husband to pop the question. Lots of things had happened before then so I know why he didn’t do it for ages but you start to think is it something to do with me. I found the story sad but uplifting and there are some funny things that happen too. I think women will be able to relate to this story, all together a great story.

I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.

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