From Paula Hawkins (The Girl on The Train) second novel to debut novels. May has something for every reader.
Sofia Khan is just married. But no-one told her life was going to be this way ...
Her living situation is in dire straits, her husband Conall is distant, and his annoyingly attractive colleague is ringing all sorts of alarm bells.
When her mother forces them into a belated wedding ceremony (elopement: you can run, but you can't hide), Sofia wonders if it might be a chance to bring them together. But when it forces Conall to confess his darkest secret, it might just tear them apart. Buy the book here in Australia and here in the UK.
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