After 50 years together Stan still adores
his wife… so why is he dating again?

Bonnie and Stan are looking forward to the best years of their life. Newly retired, they have a To Do list as long as the fridge and a brand new dream house to build, but when Stan’s ‘routine tests’ show a terrible shadow on his liver it sends all their plans into darkness.

Stan cannot bear the thought of leaving Bonnie. All his life he’s devoted himself to looking after her and now, when it really counts, he will have to leave her alone. Or will he…?

Without telling his wife, Stan sets out to find someone to take his place when he’s gone but it proves to be a tough and painful quest and in the end the answers to their fading future may be more in the past than in the present.

Set in modern day Wirral and Liverpool in the early sixties, this is a book about a life lived together and the pain of tearing that apart. It’s about what goes into making us the people we are and the partnerships we form and, ultimately, it’s about what it means to love fully and unconditionally.

Reviews of Bonnie and Stan:

'Simply enchanting - a love story about real love between real people living in the real world.' Audio Killed the Bookmark

'It will make you smile and probably make you cry. It’s really a lovely read. Short Book and Scribes

I absolutely loved this book, and devoured it in one glorious afternoon. Being Anne

A cracking read Novel Delights

This is just the most endearing story. It is full of the wonderful energy of the Swinging Sixties and some cracking characters. Sophie Jo's Bookshelf

Filled with wonderful characters Bonnie and Stan is a story I will definitely be recommending to others. Its All About the Books

Bonnie and Stan is a novel of finding the positive in a brutally negative situation, of finding happiness in the simple things, of an appreciation of family and most of all love, to holding onto it and never letting go. It is heartwarming, life affirming and an utter joy to read. My Bookish Blogspot

If you were to open a dictionary and look up the word 'love' I wouldn't be surprised if you saw the definition as being 'Bonnie and Stan' The Writing Garnet

I loved the relationship Stan and Bonnie had, it was so refreshing to read about a long and happy marriage in a novel. The Secret Library

Bonnie and Stan is one of those 'I'm not crying honest, there's just something in my eye' reads. On the Shelf Reviews

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Bonnie and Stan is also available as an audio book.