You Can Take Her Home Now
By Anna Jefferson
Read by Helen Keeley
You Can Take Her Home Now is about discovering the reality of motherhood vs the fantasy during the highs and lows of the first year - with laughter and tears aplenty.
That moment when you realise . . . you have absolutely no clue.
Emily Jones is a new mum: she's bought the swank buggy, planned her labour soundtrack, read the books. Then her little girl actually arrives and Emily realises: she has all the gear, no idea - and only 12 months of maternity leave to figure it out. Lonely but not alone, it's the women Emily befriends in this first year who really see her through to the other side.
Perfect for fans of The Unmumsy Mum, Louise Pentland and Gill Sims.
(p) Orion Publishing Group Ltd 2019
Anna Jefferson is a fiction writer and playwright. She has written for stage and screen since 2005 and has toured her work through the UK. Born in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, her work draws on her abiding love of northern England.
You Can Take Her Home Now is her first novel and is inspired by her blog of the same name.
Anna lives in Brighton with her husband and two children.
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16 May 2019
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