Tuesday, 5 February 2019

Did I mention I won the Lottery- Contemporary Fiction #Giveaway
Rebecca thinks she has won the lottery. She has checked her ticket more times than
a little. She works part time in a deli and her husband Daniel appears to be rather a
whinging, miserable sort of man who takes her for granted and does little more than
moan at her all of the time. When the win is confirmed as £15.7 million Rebecca
starts to treat herself a little whilst still being cautious. She has never had money
to burn and now finds it difficult even to spend a few hundred. She keeps the secret
to herself and even buys a house, all the time thinking that she should tell her
husband but never quite managing to. As time goes on the secret becomes harder
and harder to keep but more is revealed about Daniel and his sour demeanour.
I loved this. I rooted for Rebecca the whole way through. Her trust, her friendships
and her new found belief in herself made me smile and gives you that positive
feeling that there is good in the world. I won’t say too much other than this has
earnt my 5** rating, given only to those books that are truly magnificent.
A good plot, a story to keep me engaged, an ending that fits and that
something extra that makes the book memorable. I very much look forward
to the next instalment.
For more reviews please see my blog http://nickibookblog.blogspot.co.uk/
or follow me on Twitter @nickijmurphy1

Amazon Top 1000 reviewer.

Did I Mention I Won the Lottery? Rebecca Miles has won the lottery and is now living a millionaire lifestyle. The only problem
is – she hasn’t told her husband. So at weekends she’s a dutiful wife in Darlington, working
at the local deli and making shepherd’s pie for dinner, but during the week she’s living in her
new mansion in Leeds spending her days shopping whilst her husband thinks she’s looking
after her sick mother. Will she get the courage to tell him before he finds out for himself?
And can several million pounds in your bank account save a failing marriage? Purchase link – Did I Mention I Won The Lottery? Did I Mention I Was Getting Married? Two years ago Rebecca Miles won the lottery and ended her marriage to her overbearing
and unpleasant husband Daniel. She had every intention of putting the past behind her
and starting again, but it turned out to be so much more difficult than she had imagined.
Then Daniel announces he is getting married again and as Rebecca broods over how he
has found it so easy to move on her daughter phones with good news - she’s getting
married too! Determined not to be left behind Rebecca throws caution to the wind
and finally meets someone who can give her the new start she so desperately wants.
Now her ex-husband is back in her life, the future Mrs Miles wants to be her best friend,
she has her daughter’s wedding to plan and a ramshackle old wedding venue to renovate
to its former perfection in just a few months, if only she can find a builder who will take
on the job. There are challenges, surprises, love and heartbreak ahead but at the end of
a long, hot summer, will there be any weddings? Purchase link - Did I Mention I Was Getting Married? Author Bio – Julie Butterfield belongs to the rather large group of 'always wanted to write' authors
who finally found the time to sit down and put pen to paper - or rather fingers to keyboard
and wrote Did I Mention I Won the Lottery? It should be pointed out this is a complete
work of fiction and she did not in fact receive millions in her bank account and forget to
mention it her husband - even though he still asks her every day if she has anything to tell him!  Her second book was Google Your Husband Back and the latest addition is Did I Mention
I Was Getting Married? - which revisits Rebecca a few years after the lottery win which
changed her life. Social Media Links – @juliebeewriter twitter Juliebutterfield.co.uk - website

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