Maggie Cotton’s life is a hot mess.
In one day she’s been dumped by her boyfriend, disinherited by her mum, and been kicked off the three-year degree course she’s stretched to a decade. and that was before she received the letter saying she owed the government $70,000.
But that’s no reason to grow up, is it?
With a decrepit 1960’s caravan to call home, Maggie has to prove to her mother she can survive without a safety net, stop her loyal best friend Jen from marrying a scumbag, and convince her sexy workmate Rueben that she’s not a walking disaster. for someone who’s spent her life avoiding hard work, she sure can move mountains when she’s got a little motivation – just don’t ask her to move the caravan.
Read more on Rose Hartley’s webpage here
Link to Rose’s short story “No Other Men In Mitchell”
Well that was a lively interview with a charming woman. The book sounds like a hoot. I’ll keep an eye out for it.