January is starting again. After years trapped at home as a single parent, January is ready for a new challenge. Her daughter, Isla, is off to school, leaving her mum with time on her hands at last - and long-overdue bills to pay. January takes a job at a local estate agent, and after a rocky start she's soon getting back on her feet. But when an old boyfriend pops up and, at the same time, Isla's dad suddenly reappears - things get very complicated indeed.
From the author of the best-selling Monday to Friday Man...Cass Brooks loves her job, her boyfriend Sean, her life. Until, leaving home one morning, distracted and hungover, she steps into the path of a truck.When she wakes up, she can’t walk. And suddenly all her hopes and dreams, the plans she’d made with Sean, the future she thought she’d have, seem out of her reach.But then fate intervenes again. Cass meets Ticket, a loyal golden Labrador who refuses to leave her side.
What do you do if you're 34, single, and recovering from being jilted two weeks before your wedding day? This is the dilemma Gilly Brown finds herself in. While friends are marrying, having children, and moving into the depths of the countryside, Gilly finds herself alone in London and holding on to her fractured family with their tragic past. It's time to meet new people. So, she decides to get a Monday to Friday lodger, and after a succession of alarming interviews finally finds the perfect one in the shape of handsome reality-television producer Jack Baker.
After Polly ends her relationship with the father of her young son, Louis, she is determined to move on. All she wants is to focus on her job, her friends, and to be a good mum. No more looking over her shoulder. No more complications . . . Then Polly meets Ben.Ben is guardian of his niece, Emily. They become close, with Polly teaching Ben how to plait Emily's hair, and Ben playing football with Louis. Their friendship is unexpected. Polly’s never been happier.
As her glamorous London life comes crashing down around her, Rebecca flees to her childhood home to recover. Born in that same country town, Joe hasn't seen or spoken to her in a decade. Now he's the successful owner of a wine bar, Maison Joe, and is breaking local hearts. As Rebecca and Joe are forced to confront the past, bittersweet memories rush back, along with unanswered questions. Can Rebecca ever forgive and forget?