Brodie Logan's idyllic life with her once-loving husband, Colin, seems to have come to an end, so when she lets out the big house with its enchanting garden where she grew up, she decides to leave Colin and share the house with the other women who live there. There is Diana, who has raised three brothers and now finds no place in the only home she has known, Vanessa, once a successful career woman, now miserable and overweight, and Rachel, barely fifteen, with her baby daughter Poppy. As friendships grow over a brilliant summer, they must remember - nothing lasts forever.
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Maureen Lee was born in Liverpool and had numerous short stories published and a play professionally staged before her first novel was published. Her award-winning novels have earned her many fans. Her latest novel, The Leaving of Liverpool, was a Sunday Times top ten bestseller. She is an RNA winner, and writes full time. Maureen now lives in Colchester, Essex. To find out more, visit www.maureenlee.co.ukReview:
definitely a heartwarming tale * BIG ISSUE IN THE NORTH *
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