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Sofia Khan and the Baby Blues

Ayisha Malik

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Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

From the critically acclaimed author of SOFIA KHAN IS NOT OBLIGED and THIS GREEN AND PLEASANT LAND comes a witty, whip-smart new instalment in Sofia Khan's story . . . 'The Muslim Bridget Jones'


'The perfect balance of romance and humour' INDEPENDENT

'Fun, fresh and funny' MHAIRI MCFARLANE

'A smart romcom . . . Huge fun' JENNY COLGAN

Sofia Khan is going about everything the wrong way.
At least, that's what her mother, Mehnaz, thinks. Sofia is twice-divorced, homeless and - worst of all - refusing to give up on a fostered baby girl. Sofia's just not behaving like a normal woman should.

Sofia doesn't see it like that. She's planning to adopt Millie, and she's sure it'll be worth it. (Even if it means she and Millie have to stay at Mehnaz's place for a while.) And as Sofia finally begins to live the life she's chosen, she finds both romance and happiness start to blossom.

But then someone comes back from the past - and not even Sofia's own past. Suddenly, she's faced with a choice. To do what's best for those she loves, Sofia might have to break her own heart. And she might find herself needing the last person she expected . . .

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Ayisha Malik

Ayisha Malik's novels Sofia Khan is Not Obliged, The Other Half of Happiness, and This Green and Pleasant Land were met with great critical acclaim, and have been optioned for television. Ayisha was a WHSmith Fresh Talent Pick and Sofia Khan was the CityReads London Festival book, 2019. She is winner of The 2020 Diversity Book Awards and has been shortlisted for The Asian Woman of Achievement Award, Marie Claire's Future Shapers' Awards and the Hospital Club h100 Awards.
Her children's books include a re-telling of Jane Austen's Mansfield Park and The Seven Sisters. Sofia Khan is Not Obliged and This Green and Pleasant are optioned for television. She lives in South London.

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