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Bring Me Sunshine: Get ready for summer with the most heartwarming feelgood book of the year

Laura Kemp

7 Reviews

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Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Life is short so grab happiness wherever you can - a heartwarming novel from the author of The Year of Surprising Acts of Kindness

'A delight from the first page to the last' Milly Johnson

'Laugh-out-loud funny, as warm as it is witty...If you love Milly Johnson you will love Laura Kemp' Debbie Johnson

Charlotte Bold is nothing like her name - she is shy and timid and just wants a quiet life. When her job doing the traffic news on the radio in London is relocated to Sunshine FM in Mumbles, she jumps at the chance for a new start in Wales.

But when she arrives she discovers that she's not there to do the travel news - she's there to front the graveyard evening show. And she's not sure she can do it.

Thrust into the limelight, she must find her voice and a way to cope. And soon she realises that she's not the only person who finds life hard - out there her listeners are lonely too. And her show is the one keeping them going.

Can Charlotte seize the day and make the most of her new home? And will she be able to breathe new life into the tiny radio station too...?

'It will make you giggle, cheer and feel good - basically it's a hug in book form. Hugely recommended' Fabulous Magazine

'It's brilliant, so fresh and funny' Katy Regan

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Praise for Bring Me Sunshine: Get ready for summer with the most heartwarming feelgood book of the year

  • Witty, Warm, and Wonderful. I loved it! - Milly Johnson

  • A truly wonderful and heartwarming read - Heidi Swain

  • I loved it - Clare Mackintosh

  • An adorable life-affirming book - Rowan Coleman

  • I absolutely loved it! - Cathy Bramley

  • An absolute joy. Five stars - Isabelle Broom, Heat

  • A perfect feel-good read that will lift your spirits no end - The Sun

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Laura Kemp

Laura Kemp writes tender but hilarious romantic comedies which are unashamed love letters to the everywoman. She is a journalist and has written for the Guardian, Daily Mail and the Sun amongst others. Laura lives with her husband and son in Cardiff, where she pretends to be a domestic revolutionary so she doesn't have to do the ironing.

Follow all her book news at or on Twitter @Laurajanekemp

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