'I was desperate to read more!' Amazon reviewer. From the bestselling author of While My Eyes Were Closed comes a heartbreaking novel about starting over.
Indulge yourself with this tearjerker about second loves and second chances...
Jo Gilroy, an award-winning TV news reporter, gave her heart away once. She won't be making the same mistake again. Having been dumped by Richard, the father of her toddler son Alfie, she returns to work to find she has been demoted and that Richard is now her boss.
As she tries to pick up the pieces of her shattered life, she resolves to never fall in love again. But then along comes enigmatic children's entertainer Dan Brady, who is a huge hit with Alfie. Just as she wonders if she can risk opening her heart again, dark secrets from Dan's past emerge and Jo discovers that he has his own reasons not to fall in love. Reasons
From the bestselling author of And Then It Happened comes a heartbreaking novel about starting over.
Have you read Linda Green yet?
'I wanted to compare the author to Gillian Flynn or Alice Sebold . . . Linda Green is bloody brilliant!' Amanda Prowse
'Clever and compelling . . . this is brave story, which is touching right down to the final word. I so enjoyed this book' Dorothy Koomson
'Enjoyable, original and intriguing' B A Paris
Also by Linda Green:
After I've Gone
And Then It Happened
Things I Wish I'd Known
I Did a Bad Thing
While My Eyes Were Closed
And available to pre-order: The Last Thing She Told Me
Moving and poignant. This lovely novel is a must read - LoveReading
Laugh-out-loud funny - Reveal
Witty and funny - Company
Linda Green wrote her first novella at age nine. Unfortunately the pony-based,
time-travel thriller genre never took off. She did, however, go on to become an award-winning journalist and has written for the Guardian, the Independent on Sunday and The Big Issue. Linda lives in West Yorkshire, is married to a sports photographer for a national newspaper and has a six-year-old son. Visit www.linda-green.com for more on Linda and her novels.