With friends like these, who needs enemies?
Liv Travers never knew real friendship until she met fellow mums Beth and Binnie. The three women become inseparable as they muddle through early parenthood together.
Then along comes Ange. Ambitious, wealthy and somehow able to do it all.
Under Ange’s guiding presence, the group finds new vigour and fresh aspirations – bigger houses, better schools, dinners at exclusive restaurants. But Liv can’t keep up and is increasingly edged out.
When the four families take a three-week trip to a luxurious holiday resort, Liv seizes the opportunity to reclaim her place at the heart of the group, only to discover the true, devastating cost of a friendship with Ange.
When I read the blurb for this book, I was intrigued to see where the story would lead. It is set over a holiday to the Greek Island and is all about how women can be perceived and their relationships with one another, how everything can be fine one minute and then with a blink of an eye can turn sour. It was a very intriguing tale that makes you think about what you would do if you were in that situation and would you go with your gut or not. For me it was an eye opener seeing how Liv was so desolate to keep her friends that what she does actually shocked me so much. It was a thoroughly enjoyable read that I didn’t have a clue what was going to happen, full of suspense and tension, this is well worth a read.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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