Sunday Times bestseller Cathy Kelly returns with a funny, emotional, heart-warming new novel.
It all started with Paris . . .
At the top of the Eiffel Tower, a young man proposes to his girlfriend - and in that second, everything changes - for the couple, but also for their families back in Ireland...
Leila's been nursing a badly broken heart since her husband upped and left, but she's determined to put on a brave face for the bride. Vonnie, a widow and exceptional cake-maker, is just daring to let love back into her life, although someone seems determined to stop it. And head teacher Grace finds the impending wedding of her son means that she's spending more time with her ex-husband. After all those years apart, is it possible she's made a mistake?
Wise, warm, compassionate and full of characters I loved . . . it's like having a great gossip with your best friends
With delightful characters you'll be sad to reach the final page - CANDIS
Entertaining, moving and as vivid as a screenplay - present a picture of the lives of Irish women which, like all good fiction, brings the truth into sharp relief - IRISH INDEPENDENT
It's a beautifully written book that's filled to the brim with human emotion. - ESSENTIALSMAGAZINE.COM
Full of brilliant characters, prepare to fall in love with Cathy Kelly's latest heart-warming story - SUN ON SUNDAY FABULOUS MAGAZINE
The ripples from a couple's engagement reach out to others. Nobody can dictate what happens when it comes to love. By the end of Kelly's novels, I always feel I've made new friends. As warm-hearted and wise as ever - WOMAN & HOME
'Wise, warm, compassionate and full of characters I loved . . . it's like having a great gossip with your best friends'
'Entertaining, moving and as vivid as a screenplay - present a picture of the lives of Irish women which, like all good fiction, brings the truth into sharp relief' - IRISH INDEPENDENT
'This top-notch storyteller once again cuts to the quick of modern women's lives and their relationships' - WOMAN & HOME
Cathy Kelly is a number one international bestselling author. She worked as a journalist before becoming a novelist, and has published eleven novels. She is an Ambassador for Unicef in Ireland, helping to raise awareness of the plight of twelve million children orphaned across Africa through AIDS. She lives in Wicklow with her family.