Heidi Stephens Books {In Order}

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Heidi Stephens is a British marketing consultant-turned-romcom novelist. Since 2008 she has written lots of liveblogs for The Guardian, about everything from The Apprentice to Big Brother. Now focusing on two of her favourite things – the Eurovision Song Contest and Strictly Come Dancing.

Heidi lives in the lovely market town of Chippenham in Wiltshire with her boyfriend Pip and dog Mabel. As well as having two grown-up children, she can bake a very decent Victoria sponge.

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Two Metres From You (2021) by Heidi Stephens

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Social distancing rules haven’t stopped Gemma’s boyfriend Fraser from hooking up with someone on their sofa. Leaving Gemma hastily packing her bags and her dog, Mabel before heading to the station to escape the fallout and London. Thankfully her friend Caro has offered her the use of her cottage in Wiltshire so she can work out what to do next. Collapsing drunk and miserable on the sofa she woke the next morning by Matthew, the neighbour from the bottom of the garden.

Over the coming days, Gemma adjusts to being away from London, away from her cheating boyfriend and living life in lockdown. Following her journey through grief from the passing of her beloved Aunt Laura. Understanding what life has been like with no roots, all whilst forming a friendship and lockdown romance with Matthew.

A voyage of self-discovery for Gemma who is stuck in the small village longer than she anticipated. But somehow doesn’t mind, throwing herself into making life in lockdown easier for the villagers. Although she is conflicted about whether this could be her life long-term or whether she needs to get back to London sooner rather than later.

Available to buy from Amazon in Paperback, Audiobook and Kindle Edition.

Never Gonna Happen (2022) by Heidi Stephens

Emily has sworn off love.
But maybe it’s time to get back in the saddle. . . ?

Available to pre-order from Amazon in Paperback and Kindle Edition – due for release on 26th May 2022

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