Gina and Laurence have been the best of friends ever since they were teenagers.
They have never been in love - just friends. Now, Gina is married to the exquisitely tasteful Fergus and lives in stylish perfection at High Place.
Laurence is married to down-to-earth Hilary and lives in the Bee House, a home and hotel.
Then, with elegant disdain, Fergus announces that he is leaving Gina and their teenage daughter.
As Gina's misery ricochets through the two homes, she turns for emotional support to Laurence, her dearest friend. And as Laurence gives comfort, so his own marriage and the stability of his children edges towards destruction ...
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 320 pages
- Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
- Publication Date: 01/09/1996
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9780552996433
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Review by Figgles
Oddly bleak and unfocussed, the story of two marriages, an older couple and the younger generation whose lives are all turned to chaos when one husband decides to leave one wife. Nicely written but it hops about from person to person and generation to generation - which might be what life is like however art demands something more. Not my favourite Joanna Trollope.