Sam loves running her market stall with Louise by her side. They’re right at the heart of the community – and always one step ahead on local gossip. But Sam’s marriage is in a bit of a rut, and handsome stranger Dan has her wondering if the grass might be greener …
Louise is the life and soul of every party, but she’s hiding a broken heart, and worries about her beautiful but secretive daughter Charley. All she wants is someone to love – but could Mr Right be just around the corner?
Just when Sam and Louise need each other most, they suddenly have reason to wonder whether they ever really knew each other at all. Can the two best friends put the past behind them, and help each other find love and happiness again?
An emotional and uplifting tale of love, secrets and the importance of having a best friend.
‘Chick-lit at its fabulous best – uplifting and funny yet emotional and utterly compelling. I read this from cover to cover in one sitting, without realising how much time had passed, I was completely oblivious to anything but this story.’ Claire Loves to Read
‘Tugged at my heart strings … You know those rides at places like Alton Towers where you are strapped in and slowly pulled to the top … waiting for that big drop … and when it comes … Bloody Hell it is exhilarating! THAT IS THIS BOOK! I totally devoured each page … I highly recommend Marcie Steele and this book as it was brilliant!’ Crime Book Junkie
‘I simply adored this book! What an absolutely delightful novel that exceeded all my expectations and left me wanting more … This is chick-lit at it’s best.’ Booklover Catlady Reviews
‘I really loved this book. I was hoping it would be as good as Stirred with Love and it was as good as and better in it’s own ways … a touch of panic, a hint of scandal and a whole bunch of love, friendship and understanding.’ Land of Loz
‘One of my favourite chick lit books this year … not just a “fluffy” chick lit read, it’s got substance … heartwarming and endearing, and kept me entertained to the last page. 5 stars out of 5 from me.’ The Book Review Café