`In creating the story of two strangers brought together by one wish - to have a child of their own - Rayner has written a novel that is also intensely emotive and even educational' --Sunderland Echo
`Sarah Rayner explores an emotive subject with great sensitivity.'
'A topical subject treated with insightfulness and care that makes for a wholly absorbing story with a touching ending that ll prompt a tear or two' --Easy Living
'In evoking ordinary lives invaded by a deep, primitive yearning, Rayner s portrayal of her characters interior landscapes is carefully crafted and empathetic' --The Sunday Times
'An addictive page-turner that delves deep into the importance of love and friendship' --Manchester Evening News
'In creating the story of two strangers brought together by one wish, Rayner has written a novel that as well as having colourful and resonating characters is also intensely emotive and even educational' --Yorkshire Evening Post
'A must-read! The exploration of characters is compelling a real page-turner' --g3 magazine
'Sensitively written... kept me hooked from page one. Highly recommended, it s a juicy page-turner you ll want to swallow up whole --Bookbag.com
'Incredibly compelling... Beautifully written and heartbreakingly honest' --Novelicious
'I finished the book with tears in my eyes it s a great read and you won t be able to put it down!'
--Kate Brian, author of The Complete Guide to IVF
After a health scare, Brighton-based Lou is forced to confront the fact that her time to have a baby is running out. She cant imagine a future without children, but her partner doesnt seem to feel the same way, and shes not sure whether she could go it alone. Meanwhile, up in Yorkshire, Cath is longing to start a family with her husband, Rich. No one would be happier to have a child than Rich, but Cath is infertile. Could these strangers help one another out? Combining Sarah Rayners deft exploration of raw emotions with the joy and resilience of friendship, The Two Week Wait is a memorable, moving page-turner about two very different women, each yearning to create a family of her own. Praise for One Moment, One Morning: A real page-turner . . . Youll want to inhale it in one breath Easy Living An intimate, thoughtful novel celebrating womens friendship and loyalty Waterstones Books Quarterly A great, quirky must-read Red Delicious, big-hearted, utterly addictive . . . irresistible Marie Claire