Once a week, Rosie Tipcott counts her blessings.
She goes to sit on her favourite bench on the north Devon cliffs, and thanks her lucky stars for her wonderful husband, her mischievous young daughters, and her neat little house by the sea. She vows to dedicate every waking hour to making her family happy.
But then her husband unexpectedly leaves her for another woman and takes the children. Now she must ask the question: what is left in her life? Can Rosie find the strength to rebuild herself? More importantly, does she even want to?
Head of Zeus * Fiction
14 Jul 2016 * 368pp * £18.99 * 9781784977764
Emotional, amusing, heart-warming and entertaining... Another Amanda Prowse triumph'
Linda's Book Bag
'Another great read from Amanda Prowse'
Prowse is an author at the top of her game, head and shoulders above all the rest and from the frequency and calibre of her books this is a position she firmly intends to hold for quite some time'
Shaz's Book Blog
Utterly captivating and brilliant!, 5/5'
Lozza's Book Corner
'Another brilliant Amanda Prowse story'
With Love for Books
'Another excellent read from Amanda Prowse'
Portobello Book Blog
'Sad, yet upbeat, in trademark Prowse-style'
Amanda has a real gift of creating an emotional, heartbreaking, addictive and touching story... unputdownable'
Sky's Book Corner
Quite extraordinary... an unforgettable and unputdownable read'
Han's Book Review.
Amanda Prowse likens her own life story to those she writes about in her books. After self-publishing her debut novel Poppy Day in 2011, she has gone on to author twenty-five novels, including the number 1 bestsellers, Perfect Daughter and What Have I Done, six novellas and a memoir. Her books have been translated into a dozen languages and she regularly tops book charts all over the world. Remaining true to her ethos, Amanda writes stories of ordinary women and their families who find their strength, courage and love tested in ways they never imagined. The most prolific female contemporary fiction writer in the UK, with a legion of loyal readers, she goes from strength to strength. Being crowned 'queen of domestic drama' by the Daily Mail was one of her finest moments. Amanda is a regular contributor on TV and radio but her first love is, and will always be, writing. You can find her online at www.amandaprowse.com, on Twitter or Instagram @MrsAmandaProwse, and on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/amandaprowsenogreaterlove