The Queen of New Beginnings By Therese Loreskar

Highly recommend you read The Queen of Blogging First, this is a follow on, that benefits from reading the first book initially. 

A laugh out loud comedy about starting again Kajsa lives in a large house in Stockholm along with her three children and their dog. Since coming clean about lying on her popular blog she no longer has any work. Not only that but she has kicked her husband out because of his sex addiction. While her husband is in rehab trying to fix his little problem, Kajsa's mother-in-law is thrown out of her retirement home and comes to live with her daughter-in-law. Then Kajsa receives an unexpected offer to move to a fashionable part of London. But having to look after her mother-in-law makes life complicated.   Can Kajsa rid herself of her baggage and make a fresh start with her children in England? This laugh-out-loud comedy looks at the daily struggles we all face with our families and asks if starting again is ever really possible.

A laugh out loud comedy about starting again

Kajsa lives in a large house in Stockholm along with her three children and their dog. Since coming clean about lying on her popular blog she no longer has any work. Not only that but she has kicked her husband out because of his sex addiction.

While her husband is in rehab trying to fix his little problem, Kajsa's mother-in-law is thrown out of her retirement home and comes to live with her daughter-in-law.

Then Kajsa receives an unexpected offer to move to a fashionable part of London. But having to look after her mother-in-law makes life complicated.  

Can Kajsa rid herself of her baggage and make a fresh start with her children in England?

This laugh-out-loud comedy looks at the daily struggles we all face with our families and asks if starting again is ever really possible.

I loved the first book The Queen of Blogging, and was so looking forward to what Kajsa would have to contend with next in life. 

I felt this book had all the elements from the first book and more, Kajsa I described as a Bridget Jones type read in this one, she really grows up, grows on you and faces real battles that are brilliantly written. 

Gull Britt is one of the most entertaining characters and Kajsa and her spark off brilliantly, but there are some really heartfelt warm moments and you grow to understand her as the story develops. 

Therese has done a marvellous job with keeping the tempo of the first book, bringing in some amazingly funny moments, that are cringe worthy, but so good to read. It is light hearted, but with backbone. I found this an extremely easy and entertaining read and am still hoping to read more from Kajsa she has so much more to bring. 

I have a feeling her life will always have a hint of hectic to it. 

Highly recommend.