464 pages, 7.01 × 4.37 × 0.68 in
September 7, 2007
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0330453645
ISBN - 13: 9780330453646
From the Publisher
Sometimes living apart is easier than living together...
When Meg returns to Dublin after three years trailing Simon around the globe with their toddler, Lily, and Dan, her 11 year old son from a previous relationship in tow, she realises that all her friends have moved on. And now she only has her kooky family, her sex-obsessed sister, Hattie, and Dan's flaky but dangerously gorgeous father, Sid, to rely on for help and support.
Her new neighbour, Tina is in the same boat. Tina's a work widow - her workaholic husband, Oliver, works in London from Monday to Friday, leaving Tina with only her perma-stressed sister, Gerry, for company during the week.
Meg is worried - without Simon's job to define her, she doesn't know who she is anymore. But just when she finds a new job and starts to get back on her feet, Simon throws her another curve ball. And Meg finds that having a man around all the time isn't all it's cracked up to be.
And that sometimes living apart is easier than living together. Because when the boys are away . . . the girls can play!
Selected Reviews for Sarah Webb:
'A wonderfully enjoyable read - no wonder Irish eyes are smiling' Heat
'Chicklit at its best . . . this is one to savour' Irish Independent
About the Author
Sarah Webb worked in bookselling for many years and now writes full-time. Her previous novels, Always the Bridesmaid and Something To Talk About were number one bestsellers in Ireland. She is also the author of Three Times a Lady, Some Kind of Wonderful, It Had To Be You and Take a Chance. She lives in Dublin with her partner and young family.