Tag Archive | Zoe May

Flying Solo by Zoe May


Flying Solo by Zoe May is a deliciously fun contemporary novel about discovering just what you want in life.

Life is not all about ticking off events on a list. Life is to be experienced and enjoyed. We need to discover our passion in life and live for what we were created for.

Swapping the corporate boardroom for life in an ashram in India is a freeing experience. One has rules and restrictions, the other is about discovering the inner you. Your place in life is not always where you thought it was going to be.

Zoe May has created a really fun light-hearted novel with some serious underlying themes. The atmosphere in India is hot and exotic contrasting with the drabness of London. Zoe May has vividly painted India with her words. The reader is able to ‘experience’ the heat and the light. We can almost ‘see’ the exotic birds and ‘smell’ the spices.

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As Luck Would Have It by Zoe May

Absolutely Delightful

As Luck Would Have It by Zoe May is the most delightful contemporary novel that celebrates love and friendship. It is a light-hearted and extremely amusing read that literally had me laughing out loud.

Zoe May writes stories that warm your heart and leave you smiling and feeling good about life. Her characters have a chemistry that is contagious. The dialogue delightfully bounces between them.

From temperate England to hot Marrakech, the reader is in for a real treat. Comprehensive descriptions enable the reader to ‘walk’ through the narrative with the characters. We ‘experience’ sultry and exotic Marrakech from the confines of our sofa.

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When Polly Met Olly by Zoe May

Discovering The Real You

When Polly Met Olly by Zoe May is a really delightful fun, light-hearted contemporary read. It will leave you smiling and feeling good about life.

The characters are a wonderful mix of unique personalities that blend together – from the Cornish heroine to the playboy executive to the corporate lawyer to the head of the dating agency and more – I loved them all. There are some big personalities and some even bigger hearts within the novel. You can take the girl out of Cornwall but you cannot take Cornwall out of the girl. Lead character Polly really is like a breath of fresh air. Her bubbly personality is infectious and infuses both the reader and the other characters.

There are many themes including those of being true to yourself, following your dreams and being real. When life intrudes, sometimes our dreams get buried but we need to resurrect those dreams and begin to live again, believing in ourselves. Life is so short, we need to live it.

Camaraderie is to be found amongst the characters you wouldn’t normally associate of being together. Experience these unusual pairings and enjoy some laughs along the way.

There are some very light hearted moments in the book that had me smiling and feeling good.

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