Four very different women are drawn together in the warm and engaging new novel by this bestselling author.
Good times or bad, friends are always there…
In the beautiful town of Dunmore, four women understand what friendship really means. Abby's TV career is taking off, but her marriage to Tom is rocky. Meanwhile, her teenage daughter Jess despairs of ever finding a boyfriend. Lizzie has time for everyone: her grown-up children, her friends, even her ex-husband Myles, but never for herself. And then there's Erin, married and back in Ireland after eight years in Chicago. But can she face up to her past?
When tragedy strikes, it rocks the small town. Drawn together in their sadness, the four women realise that life is for living, and they need to grab it with both hands…
PRAISE FOR CATHY KELLY:
‘An absorbing heart-warming tale.’ Company
‘The gap in the market left by Maeve Binchy packing away her laptop has been well and truly filled by Cathy Kelly…A soap opera of tears and laughter.’ Daily Mirror
‘Warm and delightful.’ New Woman
‘A compulsive read.’ Woman’s Weekly
‘Cathy Kelly’s new book is her most compassionate and compelling sor far.’ Irish Independent
‘Not only one but two likeable heroines… Kelly dramatises her story with plenty of sparky humour’
‘Totally believable.' Rosamunde Pilcher
About the author
Cathy Kelly is a number 1 bestselling author. She worked as a journalist before becoming a novelist, and has published eleven bestselling books.
She is also an ambassador for UNICEF in Ireland. She lives in Wicklow with her partner and their twin sons.