On the outside Josie and Finn have a perfect life with adorable son George – but George is hyperactive and Josie is pregnant again and dreading another child she can’t cope with. An astute, lightly humorous, intelligent read for the 30-something woman with a strong message and plenty of interest in its sub-plot. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Similar this month: None but try Laura Kasischke.
Comparison: Anna Maxted, Polly Williams.
Josie and Finn seem to lead a charmed life, with successful careers, an enviable relationship and an adorable son. But parenthood is no easy ride when your adorable son is hyperactive…
When Josie unexpectedly finds herself pregnant again, her feelings are mixed. How can you love your child yet fear to have another who might be just like him? Finn thinks she’s over-reacting – so she turns to her best friend, Clarky. He’s always been there for her – even if Finn suspects ulterior motives.
As she and Clarky become ever closer, Josie's world is suddenly thrown into doubt. What if she and Finn aren't the perfect couple after all? Is there such a thing as a straightforward friendship between a man and a woman? But most importantly: is she prepared to risk everything to find out?
Publication date: 04/06/2007
Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
|Publication date:||4th June 2007|
|Publisher:||Transworld Publishers Ltd|
|Genres:||eBook Favourites, Family Drama,|
Alice Peterson has written two non-fiction books, a personal story called A Will to Win, which has been updated and republished as Another Alice, and a family memoir based on her grandmother’s life in Rhodesia. Two novels followed, published by Black Swan – Look the World in the Eye and You, Me and Him.More About Alice Peterson