Another fabulous book dropped through the letterbox this week. Huge thanks to the author, Laura Stewart, for sending me a copy of Twelve Labours of Love. I’ll be reviewing this one in May as part of the Love Books Tours blogtour. It is out now though and I can’t help noticing that it’s only 99p for Kindle at the time of writing if you fancy it. I think the book has such an eye-catching and attractive cover and really like the way the word ‘love’ is written through the arrow.
About the Book
Three friends come together in the hope of finding love.
Caz is determined to find The One and, keen to speed up the process, believes in ‘asking the universe’ for help in matters of the heart. Her friends Mallory and Olly think it’s a lot of nonsense.
When Mallory accepts a job designing the interior of a new Greek restaurant she is horrified to learn that she accidentally handed in a CV that she wrote as a self-help exercise It’s filled with skills and accomplishments she’d like to have…..but doesn’t. So when co-owner Alex, the sexy son of a millionaire, asks for her help preparing a gourmet meal, she has no choice but to start trying to live up to her fictitious resume. Even if she can’t cook!
Meanwhile Caz and Olly have their own to do lists – and Olly’s includes either telling Mallory that he is her One or learning how to move on from unrequited love.
Caz is certain that the gods move in mysterious ways and romance is just around the corner. Although it may lie in the most unexpected places……