'Fabulously enjoyable, warm, uplifting and the perfect escape' TRISHA ASHLEY
A wonderfully warm novel to curl up with about family loss, hidden secrets and new beginnings. Perfect for fans of Trisha Ashley.
Alice finds herself suddenly widowed in her early forties, leaving her with an empty house and a lonely heart.
Laura and Evie, her twenty-something daughters announce their separate and unexpected news, which ploughs Alice straight out of grieving and into the prospect planning a wedding and becoming a reluctant – yet glamorous – granny, to not one, but three grandchildren.
Frank, an old family friend returns to give his godchild Laura away at her wedding.
A whole host of secrets unfold that rock the family's foundations and set Alice free to finally begin a new, exciting chapter of her life with no regrets.
What readers are saying about Mothers and Daughters:
'If you like a good family story, you will definitely love this book'
'A wonderful story, would thoroughly recommend'
'A nice sentimental story, leaving you with a feel good factor'
'A great read with many twists in the tale which kept you interested all the way to the end'
The storyline is easy enough to follow, but quite repetitive in places. Numerous spelling mistakes were a distraction.