"A heartwarming novel of family, friendship and coming home, perfect for fans of Maeve Binchy
When actress Jodi returns to Ireland to raise her son, she's determined to shield him from the media. Even if coming home means leaving her husband - and waking old ghosts.
Meanwhile, Francine takes pride in juggling her children, her home and her high-powered career. But behind closed doors, Francine's life is crumbling around her.
As Jodi struggles to keep her secrets to herself, and Francine comes to terms with some life-changing news, the two become unlikely friends. They discover that there's no such thing as the perfect wife, or the perfect life – sometimes it's better to be happy than to be perfect.
‘Anybody chasing perfection should read Perfect Wives - if you're not, savour a novel from an author who knows what makes people tick. No wonder she is back where belongs on the bestsellers' list.’ CLODAGH FINN for the IRISH INDEPENDENT
'Warm, wise, uplifting . . . a wonderful storyteller' CATHY KELLY"