“Time can't be given. But it can be shared.”
This story is about Lou, who is self-centered and a 24/7 busy man and always needs to be at 2 places at the same time. He is not happy with his life and always wants more, but actually he forgets what he already has- family.
This book is about any everyday person living in a modern world where careers are so very important that they forget everything.
Fab little book. Nothing too meaty but a sweet little read where you don‘t have to do much thinking. Lovely twists that I couldn‘t predict (and I‘m normally pretty good at working out the plot of books). Not sure why but I‘ve always thought I didn‘t like Cecilia Ahern, but will definitely give another of her books a whirl.
I know I said I like cheesy Christmas books but I wasn‘t expecting this level of Gorgonzola!!! A rich business man who has no time for his family meets a tramp called Gabriel....oh I wonder where this is going?! 😴 plus the writing was syrupy and flowery...it‘s a no from me! ✋🏻 🤢
Day 11 of the 30 Days of Gratitude photo challenge: gift. Here's the first Christmas gift I bought this year. It's for my 10 yr old daughter (shh, don't tell!). I got it in October; that's an early start for me! #gratitude30