Category: Fiction / General
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Publication date: 3 July 2008
Number of pages: 368
His voice was sweet, intimate, demanding: 'There is a way out of this, you know. You could agree to marry me.' When Davis Calder moves in next door to Kate Easton and her seventeen-year-old daughter Roxy, neither has any idea of the devastation about to be unleashed. With Kate struggling to accept her daughter's independence and Roxy getting more secretive by the day, there's enough family tension to go around already. Before they know it, glamorous, charismatic Davis is the only one who seems able to keep the peace. Until, one wedding day later, Kate makes a discovery that blows the whole family apart ...
What the papers say:
'Not afraid to tackle darker issues... moving and thought-provoking' Daily Mail 'Heart-breaking and heart-warming - we couldn't read it fast enough' Cosmopolitan 'Superbly crafted ... ripe for Hollywood' Elle 'Louise Candlish delicately crafts this incredibly moving story of a heartbroken woman ... A gripping read' She 'This emotional story of loss, lives altered and renewed hope is quite simply superb' Closer
Louise Candlish lives in London. This is her fifth book and her third for Little, Brown, after The Double Life of Anna Day and Since I Don't Have You.
In Stock: 6 copies