Book Review. Baby Love. Emmanuelle de Maupassant. 

Valentine’s Day is approaching and heavily pregnant Delphine should be anticipating the customary candlelit curry, and some cozy canoodling. However, her rat-fink husband has packed his bags and abandoned her for the charms of their sexy neighbour, leaving Delphine struggling to cope.

Juliet and Suzanne, Delphine’s sisters, insist that the best remedy for a broken heart is a healthy dose of pampering: cue a spa break, where there’s more in store for Delphine than a hot stone massage and a spell in the jacuzzi.

A bittersweet romantic comedy from Emmanuelle de Maupassant.


Genre: Romantic Comedy 

Rating ☆☆☆☆

Release Date 31st March 

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My Review 

Adam has been cheating on Delphine. There is no reason to like him, especially as she is pregnant. 

I like the opening cosiness of Baby Love: caravans in Dorset, chocolate digestives, and games of scrabble. 

Warmth that slowly turns into stone cold as Delphine is no longer unaware of what Adam has been doing with the next door neighbour. 

Delphine certainly has her own unique ‘voice’

I like the relationship she has with her sisters, and that they have with her. 

I think this might be the funniest by Emmanuelle de Maupassant yet. 

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Katie is a published poet, reader and reviewer.

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