The perfect summer short story from bestselling novelist and broadcaster, Fern Britton.
Ed and Charlotte have been married for fifteen years, but they have been drifting apart and now Ed suspects that Charlotte may be involved with another man.
He decides a family holiday is just what they need and rents a cottage on the cliffs near the picturesque Cornish village of Pendruggan. He is desperate not to lose Charlotte and hopes that the holiday will bring them closer together again, but Charlotte is wondering what happened to the man she fell in love with.
So into their car they all pile, including their teenage daughter Alex, her younger brother, Sam and their enormous Bearded Collie – will their Cornish escape be the holiday to make them… or break them?
Praise for Fern Britton:
‘This is a light-hearted, fun and easy read…’ Daily Mail
‘Another ripping good read.’ Good Housekeeping
‘Charming and fun read’ OK
‘Complicated friendships and tales of a chaotic love life make this a must-read.’ Woman
‘A light-hearted, fun read that perfectly captures the sights and smells of village life.’ Heat
‘Fern Britton has transferred her fun and friendly charm to the page’ Good Housekeeping
About the author
Fern Britton is the highly acclaimed author of four Sunday Times bestselling novels. Set among the same Cornish seaside community, her books are cherished for their warmth, wit and wisdom, and have won Fern legions of loyal readers.
A hugely popular household name through iconic shows such as This Morning, Fern is also a much sought-after presenter and participant in shows such as Fern Britton Meets … and The Big Allotment Challenge.
Fern is deeply committed to a number of charities. Fern lives with her husband Phil Vickery, the well-respected chef, and her four children in Buckinghamshire and Cornwall.
In 2015 Fern will embark on #Challenge 57 to help Genesis Research end miscarriage. To find out more, connect with her at www.fern-britton.com, @Fern_Britton and facebook.com/officialfernbritton.
Really good short story love all the books but especially the ones that are linked around the Helen, Penny etc