The fabulous new novel from the bestselling author of The Rise and Fall of the Yummy Mummy and It Happened One Summer.
Some love stories never end.
One evening Sophie Brady kisses her husband, Ollie, and young son Freddie goodbye, closing the door on number thirty-three. At ten pm she's with her best friend Jenny, polishing off a second bottle of wine. By midnight, she's dead. Except she doesn't feel dead...
How can she leave the people she loves? Ollie is a man who once watered a houseplant for a year before realising it was plastic. Freddie is so little. And Jenny? There's something she desperately needs to know...
This is beautifully written, funny and moving in equal measure . . . if you take this to the beach you won't regret it - it's honest, warm and a pleasure to read - Daily Mail
A brilliant talent - You magazine
Slickly written and very funny - The Times
'Adorable, brilliantly written read' **** - Closer
A funny, touching and beautifully written story - Jenny Colgan
A Truly Madly Deeply for the 21st century - Christina Hopkinson
Original, funny and very sharply observed - Katie Fforde
Bittersweet, earthy and poignant - Jojo Moyes