Always Something There to Remind Me

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It's never too late to live your dreams!



Divorcee Lydia is clearing out her attic when she finds an old, dust-strewn notebook, containing a list of her teenage hopes and dreams:



- Overcome fear of flying - Learn to ice skate like Jayne Torvill - Sing in front of an audience - Get a date... Lire la suite

It's never too late to live your dreams!



Divorcee Lydia is clearing out her attic when she finds an old, dust-strewn notebook, containing a list of her teenage hopes and dreams:



- Overcome fear of flying - Learn to ice skate like Jayne Torvill - Sing in front of an audience - Get a date with a rockstar!

Still petrified of planes and with no celebrity notch on her bedpost in sight, there's no denying that her younger self would be disappointed. So Lydia elects to tackle her teenage bucket list: one dream at a time!



From falling flat on her bum on an ice rink to a hilarious encounter with a hypnotist, Lydia's journey throws up more chaos than she ever imagined. Thank goodness her gorgeous friend Des is there to literally hold her hand every step of the way!



But Lydia soon realises that there's something missing from her list: love. And it could just be that the man who's helping her achieve the dreams of the past will do much, much more...and unlock the key to her future!

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