Rose's love life is governed by one simple law: 'Thou shalt not make another woman unhappy'. And that, of course, rules out adultery. But since all the desirable men are almost by definition attached, the choice seems to be between sin and celibacy. And where does love fit into that?
'This is as good a novel as any you will ever read about the sex war, pinpointing once and for all that crucial piece of knowledge about the canyons that exist between men and women' Woman's Journal
'A truly compulsive read' Val Hennessy in SHE
'Dynamite: the sort of book which turns assumptions inside out. It should have a permanent place of honour beside every double bed...Clewlow pursues each question she raises to its furthest limit, with humour, passion and absolutely ruthless honesty'
Whoever said life began at 40 was dead right… A riotous romantic comedy about never-ending motherhood, second chances and growing old disgracefully. What do you do when: Mr Could Do Worse dumps ...