'Addictively readable' -- Mail on Sunday
'I loved it' -- India Knight
'Light, frank and tremendous fun. Like all good writers, Catherine's work enables us to appreciate the diversity, possibilities, trials and beauty of life.' -- Rory MacLean, Guardian
'Self deprecating, funny, sensitive, interesting, Sandersons' book is an insight into the nitty-gritty of life as a "Petite Anglaise"'
'Written with breathtaking candour, it will appeal to existing fans and new readers alike' -- Daily Express
`A wonderful train journey read.'
-- In Style UK
`Petite Anglaise is an addictively readable account of the highs and lows of life behind her alter ego' -- You Magazine
`Written with breathtaking candour, it will appeal to existing fans and new readers alike' -- Daily Express
From the Back Cover
'I hear returning footfalls and moments later anxious fingers prise my arm from my face; a pair of grey-blue eyes gaze questioningly into mine.
"Mummy's got a bad, bad headache," I mumble feebly, turning on to my side and burying my feverish face into the cool pillow instead.
But there is no pain, at least not in a physical sense. I am, quite simply, stricken with horror; aghast at the thought of the upheaval I am poised to inflict on our little family. And yet, at the same time, every cell in my body vibrates at a higher frequency. Never have I felt so guilty, nor so intoxicatingly alive.'