Grace loves a woman. Annie loves a man. Violet isn't quite sure. But you'll love them all. . .
Emma Morgan was born in Guernsey and lives in Liverpool. She studied history at Liverpool University and Theatre at Essex University before deciding to move to Spain, where she taught English for five years. She has also worked as a support worker and for BBC local radio. A Love Story for Bewildered Girls is her first novel.
An utterly gorgeous novel. It will forever hold my heart in its
pages. -- Pandora Sykes, host of The High-Low podcast
Exquisitely tender, beautifully written, funny and sad. . . a story about women rescuing themselves and each other. It made my heart swell -- Daisy Buchanan, author of 'How To Be A Grown Up'
I absolutely loved this book by Emma Morgan which follows 3 women's very different love lives... I inhaled it -- Emma Gannon, host of the podcast Ctrl-Alt-Delete
Funny, honest, brilliant -- Nina Stibbe, bestselling author of 'Love, Nina'
Funny, touching, uplifting, thoroughly modern -- Lauren Bravo, author of 'What Would the Spice Girls Do?'
A funny exploration of love, friendship and female sexuality, I found this novel difficult to put down -- Clare Fisher, author of 'All The Good Things'
A Love Story For Bewildered Girls is a triumph and I don't use that word lightly. When I finished it, I wanted to start it all over again. -- Geraldine Quigley, author of 'Music Love Drugs War'
A debut novel about three women exploring the highs and lows of first love. . . It's so good to read a romcom with LGBT+ characters and that focuses on the strength of female friendship as well as romance. * Red *
I was transfixed by this funny and moving story of three women navigating their way through the complexities of love, life and the search for personal fulfilment. I was rooting for them from the start, willing each of them on to find their own particular key to happiness, which isn't necessarily where you think it will be. This exquisite depiction of misplaced love, heartbreak and emerging self-knowledge feels utterly true-to-life. -- Sarah Haywood, author of 'The Cactus', a Richard & Judy Book Club Pick
Funny, sweet, wise, beautifully observed and just so full of heart. I absolutely loved it. Emma Morgan is clearly a very talented writer indeed. -- Christina Patterson, author of 'The Art of Not Falling Apart'
A charming modern romance * Glamour *
Beautifully written, Morgan's novel is a seriously impressive debut * Stylist *