I am delighted to be today’s stop on the blog tour for; Kenn Deep by Suzanne Lane, I am thrilled to be sharing my review of this heart-warming book with you all.

Knee Deep by Suzanne Lane

Three Best friends with three very different stories.

Georgie Baxter, a sensible wife and mother of two, spends her whole life juggling work with running the household.

Liza Carmichael is happily married to Tom – the most perfect man on the planet. She has a great life but craves for a baby to make their family complete.

Brooke Collins is confident, independent and full of sass. As well as being incredibly gorgeous, she is a highly successful businesswomen, who doesn’t need a man to make her happy.

These three friends have been together forever and support each other through thick and thin. Which is certainly needed at this time of their lives, as things start to unravel for them.

Can they fix each other when they become knee deep in their own problems?

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This is such a heart-warming, charming story which really pushes home the importance of true life-long friendship, and being true to yourself – which is a beautiful message!

Knee Deep (which is a perfectly apt title for the story) is all about three friends, three women who have known each other since school and now they are near their big 40 and with that bring all sorts of personal issues which our ladies must contend with.

Through the three women, we see all aspects of life put into the spotlight, and shows that you can never know what is going on in a personas life; on the outside, they may have a perfect life but behind closed doors, all is not what it seems and that they could be going through the worst moments of their lives. It also has a wonderful message of not judging a person’s life before you know their story.

These three women are so different and yet so relatable, I can guarantee every woman who reads this will relate to at least one, they are the best of friends and have been with each other through thick and thin no matter what life tosses them you know that Georgie, Liza and Brooke will face it with laughter, friendship and the odd glass of something bubbly.

The women are at different stages of their lives, one is the typical stressed working mother and loving wife, her life is manic but perfect – but is it all as perfect as it may seem? Another is happily married to her ‘perfect’ husband but they are missing a piece of the happily ever after jigsaw, her much yearned-for bundle of joy. And the third is oh-so glamourous, oh-so successful and oh-so-happy with her single life – but is she?

There is nothing surprising about the story, it’s predictable and exactly how you would expect it to be, but that doesn’t take away any of the enjoyment of reading it. I love that it’s such an easy quick read, there is nothing stressful about it, it’s light and utterly heartwarming. It’s one of those books where you can just sit out in the garden, with a glass of something fizzy (or in my case a cuppa) and spend a few hours away from the real world.

Overall, Knee Deep is a wonderfully light and cheerful story it’s engaging and very easy to follow with its humourous and feel-good style, the perfect weekend read!

Author Bio

Suzanne Lane has self-published two fiction novels for adults and five fiction novels for children. She lives in Worcestershire with her nine-year-old son, cat and two guinea pigs. She works as a freelance Sales Manager and writer for magazines.

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Twitter : https://twitter.com/suzelaneauthor

Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/suzannelanewriter/

Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/suzannelane55

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