Wilde about the girl…

Both of Louise Pentland’s fabulous novels have spoken volumes to me. 

A few years ago I was ‘Robin Wilde’ a single mum juggling parenthood, work, dating and still trying to have a social life. I think that’s why these books, more so than others, are so relatable to me.

When all the odds are stacked against Robin she always has a way of coming out on top remaining loyal, loving and true to herself and those around her throughout. Although people (and situations) may try to dull her sparkle along the way…she continues to shine and I feel that Robin and I could’ve been besties – you know, if she were real haha! 

Having watched Louise for a few years now I can’t help but imagine Robin and Lyla as Louise and Darcy when I read the books, only because the bond they share and the love they have for one another is so evident in their vlogs. 

‘Wilde like me’ and ‘Wilde about the girl’ show that you can get hurt (you’re only human after all), but also that time is a great healer and you can do/get through anything if you put your mind to it and have a good support network around you – where can I get an Auntie Kath from please?! Isn’t she lovely?! 

Both books also touch – delicately – on things that you, your partners, your mums, dads, aunts, uncles, nans, grandads, cousins or friends may have faced. Louise handles these subjects with care, honesty and makes you feel like even if you have gone through or are currently going through a hard time – things WILL get better, so just hang on in there. 

Robin doesn’t need a ‘knight in shining armour’ to come and save her, she’s pretty kick a** at doing her own thing and I think we should all take a leaf out of her book. 

I can’t wait for to see what the next tale will hold for Robin, Lyla, Kath and the gang! x 

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