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Invisible Women

Narrated by: Antonia Beamish
Length: 10 hrs and 9 mins
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Sharp, irreverent and very funny women's fiction for women who won't put up with being told to step aside!

Isn't it about time we talked about you?

Tessa, Sandra and Harriet have been best friends through first crushes, careers, marriage and the trials of motherhood. After 20 years of taking care of everyone else's every needs, they've found themselves hitting the big 5-0 and suddenly asking themselves, 'What about me?'

Sandra has a sordid secret, and Harriet is landed with her ailing mother-in-law. Tessa is looking for something to fill the gaping hole left by her youngest daughter's departure for uni, where it seems she's now engaged in all sorts of unsavoury activities, if Tessa's obsessive late-night Facebook stalking is anything to go by.

When Tessa impulsively responds to an online message from an old flame, she soon finds herself waiting at Heathrow Airport for The One That Got Away. But what will the plane from New York bring her? The man of her dreams or a whole heap of trouble? And could this be the long-awaited moment for Tessa to seize her life for herself with both hands?

©2017 Sarah Long (P)2017 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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  • J. Jones
  • 11-01-18

good listening

I did enjoy this book. easy to listen to and nothing disturbing. There's enough going on in the story not to get bored with the characters although they all had plenty of money not to have to worry about anything so don't bother listening if you prefer a more realistic life style.

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  • AMT
  • 06-01-18

"Good but not as good as"

Having thoroughly enjoyed 'And What Do You Do?' and 'The Next Best Thing', I was delighted to see Sarah Long had written 'Invisible Women' but it was a bit of a disappointment. Found it hard to empathise with any of these women and the husbands seemed rather shadowy figures except for the extremely unpleasant Matt. Still, two out of three, and those first two were really terrific