I was so lucky to receive an advanced copy of ‘Flying Solo’ from Zoe May to read and review. It was such a delight to read with the right amount of chick lit cringe, romance and desire.
The leading lady, Rachel, is very likeable and relatable. Living the London-life, she has made partner in her law firm by the age of 30 and is quickly checking things off her ‘life list’. All that was left was to get married, and she had high hopes when her boyfriend of six years (Paul) sweeps her off to the location of their first date for a romantic meal. However, the reality is far from her idea of a perfect night when her world is flipped upside down. Not only does he break up with her but he reveals he is jetting off to an ashram in India to find himself! Talk about a slap in the face!
Rachel doesn’t want to give up without a fight so she sets off to find him, leaving behind the comforts of her beautiful home to stay in a tree house with no electricity (and without a toilet to sit on…eek!) When there, she meets the gorgeous but celibate Seb. I’m not ashamed to say… I have a literary crush!
This book is a very pleasant and easy read, one that you will wizz through as you won’t want to put it down. And there are plenty of ‘laugh-out-loud’ moments! From runaway dildos and violent spirit animals there is something for everyone 😊
This book will be available to buy from 6th July on Amazon (link below)
Rachel Watson has it all worked out. By 30, she’s ticked off most of the goals on her Life List. She’s a home owner, a partner at her law firm, she has a gorgeous boyfriend, lots of hobbies and loads of good friends. The only thing that’s missing is a ring on her finger.
According to her Life List, Rachel should be getting hitched around now, so when her boyfriend, Paul, plans a romantic date, Rachel’s pretty confident he’s going to propose. Except Paul has other ideas. He’s jetting off to India to find himself.
Distraught, Rachel doesn’t know what to do. Not one to easily admit defeat, she embarks on a mission to win him back.
Flying solo to India is definitely not part of Rachel’s plans, but could her trip teach her unexpected lessons about love, life and herself? Could she realise that perhaps her Life List wasn’t exactly what she wanted, after all?