Mother’s Day is almost upon us and if she’s anything like mine, your mum deserves the world. There is no price that can be put on their worth and much as you would like to give her the world… it’s not possible.
What we are offering this Mother’s Day is the chance to win her an escape to another world, either in fiction or on her dinner table.
May sees the release of the new Karly Lane novel Second Chance Town, which I am eagerly awaiting, and to celebrate Allen & Unwin are generously providing us with a set of 6 Karly Lane novels and 4 runners up prizes of The Lovers’ Guide to Rome by Mark Lamprell and What’s For Dinner by Nadia Lim.
This is what Goodreads has to say about Second Chance Town:
The town of Bundah is dying, with many of its young people fleeing for jobs in the city. A desperate plan to revive Bundah’s fortunes – with generous incentives to attract new businesses – results in a flood of people coming to the town to set up shop.
As Bundah begins to come to life with the new arrivals, a spate of teenage drug overdoses starts to divide the locals. Many are convinced the narcotics trade has been brought to town by one of the newcomers. It doesn’t help that the mysterious new owner of one of the local pubs has a dark past.
Lucy Parker is a single mother doing her best to support her teenage daughter, Belle, through her last year of high school. It’s long been Belle’s dream to go to university, so when she starts to stray, hanging out with the wrong kids and experimenting with alcohol and possibly drugs, her mother is deeply troubled.
The very last thing Lucy needs is for a man like Hugh Thompson to mess with her heart and disrupt her life. However it seems fate has other ideas.
Suspenseful, pacy and packed with romance, Second Chance Town is a scintillating novel that is sure to grow the fan base Karly Lane has established with her bestselling novels Poppy’s Dilemma and Gemma’s Bluff.
The Karly Lane book pack includes:
4 lucky runners up will receive:
The Lovers’ Guide to Rome which, according to Goodreads, is a gorgeous romantic novel set around the beautiful sights of Rome which tells the story of three couples and their adventures with love in the eternal city.
The narrator of this romantic novel is actually Rome itself, who tells the story of the city and why it is has become a blessed place for lovers. It turns out that Rome will play a part in the lives of these characters and make sure they find the happiness they deserve.
The Lovers’ Guide to Rome will appeal to readers of David Nicholls and fans of films such as Midnight in Paris and Love, Actually. It is a beautifully written, warm, funny and compelling novel full of heart and pure romantic delight.
What’s For Dinner? introduces a fresh set of My Food Bag customers’ favourites, arranged by season. With nutritional analysis, and gluten-free and dairy-free options, this book is the complete package for everyone who enjoys simple, healthy and delicious weeknight recipes.
For your chance to win one of these amazing prizes tell us in the comments below why your mum deserves this escape to another world for Mother’s Day.
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