Elizabeth Noble’s Between A Mother And Her Child

If I had to choose my ultimate author, she would be it.  She’s beautiful, sassy and has such a way with words that reading one chapter alone of a book leaves a writer like me aspiring to be all that i can be. She is Elizabeth Noble.

Now, Mizz Noble rendered my tears rather audible while reading Things I Want My Daughters To Know; she had me cheering for The Girl Next Door, and made us all the more appreciative of our friendships after The Reading Group. Now she’s done it again with her latest offering in Between A Mother And Her Chlld and Rave Review must admit, it’s gone straight to the top of our favourites list.

In Between A Mother And Her Child, Elizabeth Noble introduces us to Maggie and Bill. They have the love we all dream of. It’s hard, it’s fast, and it’s instant. After a very quick courtship they marry and have three gorgeous tots and live a seemingly perfect life. But, as life sometimes does so often, something happens to change it all and make the entire family question the true meaning of love, family, and life. With a family in tatters, a housekeeper come fairy godmother enters. Or so they think. Is she really there to help and advise, or is there more at play?

At the end of the day, Maggie will have to play all her cards, and depend on her spirit as a woman to bring her family back together. 

We have tried hard not to give too much away. You’re going to have to read this for yourself. It’s a stunningly beautiful read, written with such sincerity and authenticity as in all Elizabeths books. The characters are so rich in emotion and personality that you’ll fall in love with them instantly. This is definitely going to be a best seller.

Now – for some more exciting news. Rave Review will be sitting down and interviewing Elizabeth Noble in May, about Between A Mother And Her Child and her other novels. So please do keep a look out for that!!  But we couldn’t leave our fabulous readers out of it all, so listen up.  Penguin Books SA invites you to a Mother’s Day Tea with Elizabeth Noble herself. She’ll be talking about her new book, and meeting all of you. The cost is R280 per person and is the perfect way to treat your mom, sister, aunt or friend! You’ll enjoy a fabulous tea and snacks, as well as going home with a gift bag containing goodies including Elizabeths book, The Way We Were.

So be sure to visit YOU Magazine or Penguin Books to book your spot – spaces are limited. Mention Rave Review when you book! We’ll be there with bells on, and we hope to see you there too!