‘A funny, sharp comedy about having it, losing it and getting it back’ HELLO!
‘a perfect read for the angry dumpee’ HEAT
‘A sharp, witty change from the usual run of chick-lit’ DAILY MAIL
‘Sarah Harris is one of the cleverest, sharpest – and angriest – of [her] breed. Mail On Sunday
‘An impressive and entertaining debut’
– The Times (of Wasting Time)
From the Back Cover
'A razor-sharp, darkly funny novel about having it all, losing it all and, just maybe, finding it again.
This time it looks as though Charlie's gone for good. He's taken his male grooming products and his hairdryer and that's a bad sign. And, if she can lose her gorgeous husband, perhaps the rest of Lucy's enviable life – the glamorous career, the adorable child, the devoted friends – isn't as secure as she thought it was. Or as enviable. Playing by the rules has always got Lucy what she wanted, but now she has to learn a whole new set if she wants to hang on to it all.
Although, with help of North London's most handsome – and most eccentric – male nanny, and an old friend who wants to be upgraded into a lover, Lucy begins to think that maybe Charlie's done her a favour…
Soon, life will be perfect again. Well, as perfect as it was before, anyway.
"Sarah Harris is one of the cleverest [and] sharpest of her breed."
MAIL ON SUNDAY