How can you find yourself, when you can't face what you've lost? Jo Woulfe and son Harry are left devastated when husband John walks out on them.
Once a high-flying Dublin PR Director, Jo is desperate to get her life back on track with the support of close family and friends.
In a bid to get out of the house, Jo joins a colourful local amateur dramatics group and gradually begins to create a new kind of life for herself, helped by sexy cyclist and artisan ice cream maker Ronan Forest.
Is she really ready to move on from her old life - and from her years of marriage to John?
And what happened three years ago that sent the couple into free-fall?
A warm, witty, compelling and emotional novel about love, family and coming to terms with your past.
Perfect for fans of Patricia Scanlon and Lucy Dillion.
Sian O'Gorman was born in Galway on the West Coast of Ireland, grew up in the lovely city of Cardiff, and has found her way back to Ireland and now lives on the east of the country, in the village of Dalkey, just along the coast from Dublin. She works as a radio producer for RTE.