Gutsy Fiona Range is, at 30, starting to worry that the chaos of her life is something she should have grown out of. With the arrival of her gentle cousin Elizabeth - fiance in tow - past mistakes and current passions are brought to the fore. But Fiona is not the only one with a terrible secret.
'The kind of book that makes you stay up half the night ... as readable as its heroine is compulsive.' New Yorker 'Sharp dialogue, some excellent characters and good observation ... A funny and attractive read.' The Times 'Notable for its emotional intensity. Morris's attention is unflinching. She can bring the ordinary to life with the sheer clarity of her vision. Extraordinary.' New York Times 'Gutsy wayward and golden-hearted Fiona -- a direct descendant of Jo March -- holds the attention.' Sunday Times
Mary McGarry Morris is married and the mother of five children. She is the author of three novels: Vanished, a New York Times notable book; A Dangerous Woman, which was made into a major motion picture; and Songs in Ordinary Time which was a No. 1 bestseller in America