'Move over Joanna Trollope, Fanny Blake has arrived' Veronica Henry
Caro knows how to be a mother - advising her grown-up daughters on career and relationship worries. She knows how to be a grandmother - enjoying the hectic energy of her three-year-old grandson. She knows how to be a daughter - helping her aging mother retain her independence.
She thought she knew everything about being a wife, but when her husband suddenly leaves her for another woman, everything is thrown in the air. So, when a chance meeting introduces her to Damir - younger, intriguing and attentive - she realises that opening up to a man so different from everyone else in her life, might also mean getting to know who she really is...
Your favourite authors love Fanny Blake:
'Fanny Blake has the gift of creating wonderful page turners from very domestic situations; and then making them warm and funny as well' Penny Vincenzi
'I love the way Fanny Blake proves that women just become more and more fascinating' Adele Parks
'I love that she writes about women our age, and the painful and wise truths we know' Marian Keyes