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The Other Woman's Shoes: Is there such a thing as a perfect life...or the perfect love?

Adele Parks

8 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Adult & contemporary romance

The Evergreen sisters have always been opposites with little in common. Martha is married and has the perfect home, family and life. Eliza rents a drab one-bedroom flat, which she shares with her sexy but hapless boyfriend. Until, one day, Eliza walks out on him, the very same day that Martha's husband walks out on her.

Suddenly the Evergreen sisters are united by separation. Eliza is free to pursue the relationships she's always wanted; one that offers stability and security. Martha falls into a relationship that she could never have imagined; it's wild and wicked. Can they find happiness dashing down these new routes or does chasing love only get more complicated when you're running in another woman's shoes?

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Praise for The Other Woman's Shoes: Is there such a thing as a perfect life...or the perfect love?

  • When it comes to fiction reflecting feminine issues, Adele Parks has her finger on the pulse - Glamour

  • Wonderfully plotted, moving and insightful...shot through with funny, tender and observant moments - Daily Mail

  • Full of emotional set-pieces and real insight into relationships between men and women - Heat

  • A fabulous mix of comedy, real life and emotional depth - Daily Express

  • A wicked pleasure - Woman & Home

  • She is a particularly acute observer of relationship ups and downs, and her stories are always as insightful as they are entertaining - Daily Mirror

  • Guaranteed to keep you hooked until the end - She magazine

  • Parks writes with wit and a keen eye for detail - Guardian

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Adele Parks

Adele Parks was born in Teesside, North East England. She read English Language and Literature at Leicester University. Since graduating she has lived in Italy and Africa but has spent most of her adult life in London. She lives in Guildford with her husband and son. Her earlier novels, Playing Away, Game Over, Larger Than Life, The Other Woman's Shoes and Still Thinking of You were all best sellers and are published in over twenty countries.

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