Days Like These

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Everybody deserves a second chance…or do they?

Meg’s marriage is shattered when her husband, Jamie, walks out.

Devastated and with no idea where Jamie is, she tries to maintain a normal life.

Before now, Meg had ignored Jamie’s drinking and given everything to her marriage.

But her happy relationship is nothing more than a distant memory, growing fainter with each new day.

Robert, a widower and colleague, senses Meg’s unhappiness and shows her some much needed kindness.

An opportunity arises for Meg to repay this compassion, but where will this kindness lead?

In the midst of this, Meg discovers she’s pregnant with Jamie’s child.

Determined to keep the baby, Meg holds her head high and gets on with it.

But just when Meg’s convinced herself that she can survive on her own, Jamie suddenly returns.

Things seem to have drastically improved.

But just how long will this new Jamie last?

He claims to have changed, but Meg doesn’t know what to believe anymore.

Is this where her heart truly belongs?

Or is the real answer to her happiness waiting just around the corner?

Days Like These is an enchanting romance about second chances and happiness.

Praise for Miranda Barnes

“A sparkling romance set in rural England” – Holly Kinsella , bestselling author of Uptown Girl .

Miranda Barnes has lived in Northumberland nearly all her life, and most of her romantic fiction is set in the area she has come to love. Contemporary and authentic, her novels focus on the loves and lives of local people - shop assistants, craft workers, and farming and fishing folk. She is also the author of All She Ever Wanted , A New Beginning , It Was Always Your and A Place of Her Own .

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