Monday, 19 August 2013

Wonder Women by Rosie Fiore

Living in suburban North London and raising a young family, Jo and Lee have ended up light years away from their youthful ambitions. Then Jo comes up with a concept for a children’s clothing shop. Working with Holly and Mel, Jo turns her idea into a high street reality – Jungletown.

The shop is a runaway success, and Jo and Lee have to balance her new business and his career with their family life. But when a wonderful new opportunity comes along for Jo, something has to give.

Holly thought she had it all and lost it, overnight. Now she’s come back to London to rebuild her life – but it seems there are plenty of life-changing shocks to come.

Mel is struggling to communicate with her wayward teenage daughter, and she’s prepared to go to extreme lengths to protect Serena from herself.

For all four, the creation of Jungletown will bring them to a crossroads. But where do they go from there?



When Jo and husband Lee set up a children's clothes shop, they are helped by Mel and Holly. As the 4 embark on making Jo's wondrous and unique idea come to life, lives are about to change!

It's amazing to read a story that is full of strong women, women who know what they want and will stop at nothing to get it.

Jo, Holly and Mel fill the story with hope and inspiration and leave the reader truly inspired to follow their dreams.

My favourite character of the story, was Lee. He is a very loving and supportive husband to Jo and a fantastic father to their children.
His creativity assists Jo and he pushes her to strive for what she wants in life.

The characters win you over instantly and the feeling of friendship and love is felt throughout, it really is a story that will captivate and inspire and leave you with hope.

5/5

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