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Win a signed copy of Robert Webb’s debut novel plus wine from Laylo worth over £100

Win a signed copy of Robert Webb’s hilarious and moving debut novel Come Again and three boxes of delicious, environmentally conscious wine from Laylo, together worth over £100.

By Mumsnet HQ | Last updated Jul 15, 2021

Come Again Competition

Come Again is a time-travelling story of love and adventure from the number one bestselling author of How Not To Be a Boy and star of 'Peep Show', Robert Webb. One lucky winner will be able to curl up with a signed copy of Come Again and pour themselves a glass of Laylo premium wine made by independent producers, all wrapped up in beautifully designed boxes. The only question is which to try first? The French Sauvignon Blanc, the Mediterranean Rosé or the Vino Rosso Vulcanico, made from grapes picked on the slopes of Mount Etna?

Five runners-up will each receive a copy of the book and 20% off their first order of Laylo.

About the book

All hell has broken loose in Kate Marsden’s life. Her husband has died, she’s lost her job and now she’s pushed the last of her friends away. Then one day, she wakes up in the wrong body – and the wrong year. She’s eighteen again and it’s her first day of university. Which means today’s the day she’ll meet Luke, her future husband, for the first time.

If they can fall in love again, Kate might just be able to save him. Could it be first love, second time lucky?

“Fabulously nineties and enjoyable” – Daily Mail

“Tender, thoughtful and terrific fun” – Metro

What you will win

One lucky winner will receive:

  • 3x boxes of Laylo wine
  • 1x signed copy of Come Again by Robert Webb

Five runners-up will receive:

  • 1x copy of Come Again by Robert Webb
  • 1x 20% discount for a first-time Laylo wine order

How to enter

Mumsnet T&Cs apply. The competition is open to UK residents only. You must be over the age of 18 to enter. Competition closes 11:59pm 16 June 2021.

This page is sponsored by Canongate.

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