Lovely home, lovely husband, lovely family: Dilys’s rags to riches life is lovely, lovely, lovely.
Until the day she meets a man at a railway station who is also lovely, when Brief Encounter meets Basis Instinct, the right choice, like the truth, is rarely pure and never simple …
“This book is streets ahead of the usual run of romantic comedy. Cheek is a genuinely witty writer with the ability to make you laugh out loud. She draws real three dimensional characters whose motives you can understand and whose emotions you can care about” Daily Mail.
“A sharp eye for the foibles of human nature … the result is a modern morality tale, skilfully told, about the age-old conflict between love and money”. The Times