A riveting rollercoaster of a tale, full of intrigue, high-stakes drama and compelling characters that will keep you hooked from beginning to end. (Hello!
A cleverly constructed tale about moral choices and debts repaid. (Bella
It may be lacking shoulder pads and Dynasty
mud fights but, make no mistake, this is a return to the 1980s style of block and bonkbuster dramas . . . Bling and bodybags mount up in a breathless bit of beachread fluff. (Star
Filled with her trademark fast-paced action, high drama, wit, suspense and sex appeal, The Key to It All
is Rees' best novel yet. There is everything we have come to expect and more... a sexy novel with a moral heart, a tale of excess with a warm sense of awareness, a cautionary tale with a conscience. (Pam Norfolk Blackpool Gazette
A rip-roaring thriller. (www.allaboutyou.com
It certainly lived up to and exceeded all my expectations. It was a real page turner of a read which had me hooked right from the off . . . it's a fantastic read. (shazsbookboudoir.blogspot.co.uk
About the Author
Joanna Rees grew up in Chelmsford before getting an English and Drama degree at Goldsmiths' College. After several bizarre jobs, including running her own sandwich-delivery business and writing promotions for the back of Sugar Puffs boxes, It Could Be You, was published in 1997 under her maiden name, Josie Lloyd, and enabled her to meet fellow novelist, Emlyn Rees. Together they wrote Come Together
, a twenty-something rom-com, which became a number one Sunday Times
bestseller and was translated into twenty-six languages. They went on to co-write six more successful novels, and along the way got married and had three kids. In 2007 Joanna went solo and wrote Platinum
, followed by Forbidden Pleasures
in 2010. Joanna also writes a light-hearted blog about her life as a novelist and mother in Brighton called mumwritesbooks.com, which was in the top ten Times
mummy blogs. The Key To It All
is her twelfth novel.