In Pursuit of Happiness by Freya Kennedy
Jo Campbell is perfectly content in a perfectly structured life.
Nothing ever changes in Jo’s life, and she likes it that way.
Or at least, she tells herself she does.
Most of the time, she manages to push down the tiny voice that tells her to chase her dream and maybe, just maybe, open her battered and bruised heart up to love.
But to chase her dreams she needs to take chances that are way out of her comfort zone and learn to not put other people’s happiness above her own.
Most of all she has to learn to trust her heart, which may just be the biggest challenge of all.
It was great catching up with Libby Quinn and the gang, and this is a lovely addition to the series.
The subplot with Ewan was well thought out and I enjoyed reading about the start of Jo's writing career.
But what I enjoyed the most was the blossoming relationship between her and Lorcan.
What a delightful story.
About the Author
Freya Kennedy is the pen name of Derry based author Claire Allan - who is perhaps best known for her psychological thrillers!
However, before turning a life of crime, Claire wrote women's fiction for Irish publisher Poolbeg Press, her reinvention as Freya Kennedy will see her bring some love, laughter and heart-warming happiness to readers.
A true Derry girl, Freya Kennedy has lived all her life in the north of Ireland. She worked for 18 years as a journalist and has been writing full time since 2016.
She is a huge fan of all kinds of books, from Marian Keyes (she cried the first time she met Marian), to Rowan Coleman, to Jane Fallon, to Jojo Moyes.
She also enjoys a good murder!
She continues to live in Derry with her husband, her two children, two cats and the best dog in the world.
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