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In-Laws and Outlaws by Kate Fulford - Guest Blogger Book Review

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She knows what’s best for her son, and it’s not you.

Eve has an idiosyncratic relationship with the truth, is a borderline psychopath (according to her psychologist friend Claire), and has a rather colourful past. But her heart is in the right place. Having recently met Gideon everything seems, at last, to be working out rather well for her. Then he introduces her to his mother. Marjorie clearly believes that she knows what’s best for her son, and it’s definitely not Eve.

Over the next few months Eve struggles as Marjorie seems hell-bent on undermining her relationship with Gideon at every opportunity. Then, a chance meeting with someone very close to Marjorie confirms Eve’s worst fears – there are literally no lengths to which Marjorie will not go to get Eve out of her son’s life. Using her own ingenuity, and with help from some very unexpected quarters, Eve finds herself caught up in a very high stakes game indeed, in which there can be only one winner.

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Jennifer's Review
It's a good book. I really liked it. 
It's about this girl who has to deal with her boyfriend's mother over their life together. His mom is against it and does everything she can to prevent it. So what does she do? What does Eve do to stop his mom? Do they live happily after? 
Read this book if you have or have had a mother in law who loved her son/ daughter so much that anyone who tries to take them away... watch out. 
4 stars 

Author Bio
You can read more about Kate, her social stories (plot snippets, latest reviews & more) & a sample of her debut novel at

Kate had a long & varied career that encompassed working in the software industry, for brand & marketing agencies, and several years as a freelance copywriter.

She has a distinctive authorial voice that refuses to take anything too seriously, not because she doesn’t think life is a serious matter but because she believes that it is almost always better when leavened with humour.

She would very much welcome reviews & conversations here on Goodreads.

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