Evie is a hopeless romantic who’s never had a chance to do her own thing, and deep down she knows that marrying Simon isn’t going to help.
Her sister Cara’s a walking disaster when it comes to relationships, and she’s not much better in the workplace either.
And her best friend Olivia can’t quite bring herself to admit that she’s married to the wrong man – after all, what would she do without him?
When they go home for Christmas, Evie’s father announces that he’s getting remarried. That shouldn’t change anything – but then they don’t know who they’re going to meet at the wedding…
‘Fondness for cliche is offset by the liveliness of Kelly’s characterisation and the humour with which she describes her trio of lovelorn females’ The Times
‘A thoroughly enjoyable read that will hook you from the first page to the very last. Kelly is definitely a modern literary star, with the skill to create a fluid and enthralling scenario’ Day or Night (New Zealand)
‘Entertaining tale of love, lust and relationships’ Bookview Ireland