Why you might enjoy ribbons in her hair

The thoughts of some reviewers show why you might enjoy Ribbons In Her Hair.

“I loved this novel. Set in the eighties with throw backs to the nineteen fifties it ‘s subject is resilience and motherhood. I loved Susan, the main protagonist and how she against all odds manages an unwanted pregnancy and determined to keep her baby survives and finds happiness. This book is wise and penetrating reminiscent of lovely feminist novels of that era. It’s a story about a woman’s struggle and contains much positivity and optimism. I don’t want to give away the plot. Simply I enjoyed it so much I could not put it down. Highly recommended as excellently sensitively written woman’s fiction.”

“This is a story that I could go on reading forever it proves that love has no equal it is everything.”

“A good book in a feel good way The struggles of Susan both financial and emotional make it a book that’s hard to put down,”

“I started reading this thinking it would be a nice pick up, read a bit and dip in and out book.
But I couldn’t put it down and I read it in one sitting late into the night. Very enjoyable and engrossing.”

“A very enjoyable book with a believable story, I liked the way it was written each family member telling there own story good read 100% recommend.”

“Didn’t want to put this one down. A story about family dynamics and the changing times between generations. Explores the story mainly using the different perspective of a mother and her daughter, with other family member views too. A good story line, very well written.”

Available now on Kindle published by The Pink Pen https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ribbons-Her-Hair-Colette-McCormick-ebook/dp/B09FMZQZKN/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

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