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Here at MummyPages HQ, we just love it when we find the perfect summer book that we can get lost in whenever we can steal an hour to ourselves. We were delighted when we got our hands on a copy of Irish author and well known journalist, Sheena Lambert’s new book, ‘Alberta Clipper’.  It’s the perfect book to spend curled up on the couch with when it’s raining outside or if you’re lucky enough to be lounging by a pool in the sunshine then all the better!
‘Alberta Clipper’ is a modern day romance set in Dublin that is refreshingly told from both the male and female perspective.  It tells the story of Christine Grogan, a beautiful 28 year old meteorologist who is blessed with a loving, supportive family, great friends and an exciting career. So, why then does she spend every January 20th crying her heart out? Mark Harington is the head of the bank’s operations, has the career, the house and the perfect relationship.  He couldn’t wish for anything more until he realises that he’s head over heels in love with Christine.
‘Alberta Clipper’ is an impeccably well written novel, peppered with just enough twists and turns to keep you guessing and believable, interesting characters you will find yourself rooting for until the very last page. If you loved Bridget Jones and find yourself laughing out loud at Marian Keyes’ witty prose then this is the book for you. Be warned though, you won’t be able to put it down!
Alberta Clipper is available on Amazon, Easons and in all good bookshops nationwide



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