Last year I read my first Loretta Hill novel, The Maxwell Sisters, and loved it. This year’s release is no exception, The Grass is Greener is written in a lighthearted way and mixed with the drama real life brings. The story takes readers on a journey with the two main characters—best friends, Bronwyn and Claudia—while they swap lives and find love.
There are many times in our lives when we think the grass is always greener and we rarely get the chance to take that walk in someone else’s shoes. Experiencing life on a vineyard through Bronwyn’s eyes enriched my senses (I love Australian rural settings) while Claudia showed me the hard working legal side of city life.
Both women faced challenges and reasons to fight for what they wanted and they fought with gusto.
A must read if you enjoy a captivating novel about best friends and loyalty.
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and the link added to the Australian Women Writers Challenge 2016 review site.