Blog Tour: Sisterly Love by Michelle Vernal @rararesources

Posted June 29, 2018 by Lisa Mandina in Blog Tour / 0 Comments

Sisterly Love

Nobody’s Perfect Are They?

Rebecca Loughton’s bumbled her way
through her thirty-something years making
a few cock-ups along the way. Of course, these wouldn’t be so obvious if it
wasn’t for her golden haired, older sister Jennifer.

In a bid to escape Jennifer’s lengthy
shadow and to find her happy ever after Rebecca, high-tails it out of her
hometown of Christchurch to the other side of the world landing a legal
secretary job in the buzzing city of Dublin. A few drinks later, all she
has to show for her new life is an embarrassing one-night stand and a dollop of
flirtatious banter with her boss Ciaran, who
just happens to have a predatory receptionist in hot pursuit of him.

Amidst plans of preventing such a
merger, Rebecca receives news that Jennifer’s picture perfect life has a big,
fat crack down the middle of it in the form of a philandering husband. Summoned
home to look after her sister’s children and cooking school while she works on
her marriage, Rebecca finds the reality of looking after two young children
along with the bizarre array of guests booked into the cooking school grim. The
only bright spot on her horizon are Ciaran’s e-mails but then she meets David
Seagar whom she thinks might just be the ending to her happy ever after but
will he prove to be far from perfect too?



my name is Michelle Vernal, and by way of
introduction, I’m Mum to Josh and Daniel and am married to the super supportive Paul. We live in the garden city of Christchurch, New
Zealand with our three-legged, black cat called Blue. BC (before children) Paul
and I lived and worked in Ireland, the experiences we had there have flavoured
my books.

always written, but it was only after my
first son was born that I decided to attend a creative writing course at Canterbury University. Oh the guilt dropping him at pre-school so
I could learn the basics of story writing, but oh the joy of having
conversation to contribute other than the price of nappies that week!
 The first piece
I ever penned post course was published by a New Zealand parenting magazine
I went on to write humorous; opinion
styled pieces of my take on parenting,
but when the necessity for being politically correct got too much, I set myself the challenge of writing a
novel. Six books later and a publishing deal with Harper Impulse here I am.
These days I write for a North Canterbury lifestyle magazine and my latest book
Sweet Home Summer has just been released by
Harper Impulse

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