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If you won a gorgeous purple motorbike and your domineering husband said you were too fat for leathers and should sell it, would you do as you were told - or learn to ride it in secret? Artist and café owner Lucy Daumier intends to do just that - but learning to ride is far from easy, especially under the critical eye of prickly motorcycle instructor Ash Connor. So starts an exciting summer of new friendships and fun - as well as a realisation that there is more to Ash than meets the eye when she is introduced to his seven-year-old daughter, Daisy. But can Lucy’s newfound happiness last when a spiteful family member wants to see her fail?

©2018 Sue McDonagh (P)2019 Soundings

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not bedtime reading!

convincing characters, to the point that I wantes to slap Sarah too! (read it, you'll understand) loads of laughs, the odd cry. Bikes and plot twists. what more could you want. Downloading the 2nd book as I write this. Well done Sue

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excellent

love love love the storyline characters detail amazing felt part of the story so real