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Love, Betty

Paperback / ISBN-13: 9781409189213

Price: £8.99

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‘Playful and joyous and packed with Laura’s gentle warmth and wicked humour. Loved it!’ MILLY JOHNSON

‘A lovely, uplifting story’ DEBBIE JOHNSON

‘Laura Kemp’s signature warmth shines through to create a book that is like a big, warm cwtch’ DARCIE BOLEYN

‘Warmed my heart, flipped my tummy and dampened my eyes. Lovely!’ JO CLEGG

One chance encounter might just change everything…



On the day that Betty meets Guy, her life is changed forever. She never thought she’d see him again, but a few months later, realizes she has something of his that needs returning…

So, she writes him a letter. It’s the perfect solution for Betty – it means she doesn’t need to tell Guy about what really happened that day, and the secret she’s been hiding.

For Guy, Betty’s letter arrives at his repair shop at the perfect time. His whole world has come crashing down around him and for the first time in a long time, he starts to feel hopeful.

But can you really begin to fall in love with someone you’ve only met once…?

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Reviews

Warmed my heart, flipped my tummy and dampened my eyes. Lovely!
Jo Clegg
Love, Betty is a gorgeous story about love, forgiveness and healing. Laura Kemp's signature warmth shines through to create a book that is like a big, warm cwtch. If you enjoy emotional romance stories that tug at your heartstrings and feature characters you'd love to have as best friends, then grab your copy of Love, Betty and start reading! 5 stars!
Darcie Boleyn
Playful and joyous and packed with Laura's gentle warmth and wicked humour. Loved it!
MILLY JOHNSON
Laura Kemp's stories and characters just ooze with wit, warmth and humanity and Love, Betty was no different. I feel in love with Betty on page one, she was real, relatable and adorable. As far as I'm concerned, Kemp is the Welsh Marian Keyes.
Katy Regan
Laura's books always feel like being wrapped in a huge, generous hug. But with Love, Betty she has surpassed herself. It's a gorgeous dream of a book - warm, witty and wise. It even made me want to move to Wales!
Clare Swatman